You will see a lot of cabbage, salad, and burgers in this collection. In lots of different formats though! When I meal plan I like to try and use similar ingredients in a bunch of different meals so nothing gets wasted. We actually succeeded in using up a whole head of cabbage, and all our vegetables and leftovers… which I think is great.
Favourite recipe #10: slow cooker ribs, they were super easy, tender, and delicious
This was from the Epicurious Cookbook I borrowed from the library. Excellent cookbook and excellent recipe!
I find it pretty funny that our very responsible dinner of waffles is now front and centre on this blog post. I can’t get away with anything when I’m posting my dinners every day for an entire year, haha! There were some nice healthy recipes towards the end of the fortnight though.
PS I’ve also included a bonus recipe link for zucchini brownies about half way through this post.
Pfft. Who needs dinner. We ate waffles for dinner because we are ADULTS. Not.
This was supposed to be in a burrito, but the tortillas were all mangled and ripped so we had to eat the components separately. It was a bit of a sad dinner, but the panko breaded fish was nice! (I had another piece of fish underneath the cheese, btw).
It was a pretty good collection of food this time except for a few little slips. Ah well.
I don’t have many recipes linked for you this time because we either didn’t use a recipe or it was from a cook book I got from the library. The book is called High Flavor Low Labor and seems to have some interesting recipes. I was really intrigued with the idea of eating meat and veg with hummus instead of a starch, I would have never come up with that on my own. I love getting cook books from the library because you don’t have to pay a cent!!
Hello future friends. I think this day doesn’t actually exist for me, since I leave Los Angeles on Sunday night and arrive in Fiji on Tuesday morning. Haha. Hoorary for pre-scheduled posts.
I missed a few dinners this time, oops. And my next daily dinners post will most likely be late… But hopefully I have lots of cool Fijian food to show you then.
The funniest meal this time was March 5th, when Scott made a really gross meal consisting of uncooked wet birdseed (millet) and really gross salmon. Maybe I sound really mean right now but he thought is was gross too. We choked down our salmon but everything else went in the trash. Then he made a giant batch of popcorn. Mmmm nutrition.
Favourite Recipe #5: ummm… can I choose the poutine? It was great.
Rosemarie said I should choose a favourite recipe from each Daily Dinners post and then at the end of the year I will have a great collection of 26 recipes. I think this is a super idea so bear with me while I quickly catch up with the weeks I have missed.
Favourite Recipe #1: Beans and rice, with shrimp. The original recipe is WAY TOO SALTY but other than that it is flipping delicious. And cheap. We add the shrimp and omit all the salt.
Favourite Recipe #2: Shrimp with fried egg and avocado and green onion on rice. There isn’t really much of a recipe for this except cook all that stuff and put it together on a plate. Serve with soy sauce. It takes like 4 minutes to make it excluding the rice.