Menu for the week of October 30, 2016
Lunch: Sausage on a roll
Dinner: Lobster Tails
Breakfast: Homemade egg McMuffin
Lunch: Grilled veggies on pita
Dinner: Pork fajitas
Breakfast: Bacon and eggs
Lunch: Pork stir fry
Dinner: Fish with sauteed spinach
Breakfast: Cheese quesadilla
Dinner: Baked chicken
Lunch: Mushroom soup
Dinner: Angel hair pasta with grilled shrimp
Breakfast: Breakfast kolaches
Lunch: Tuna salad sandwiches
Dinner: Baked salmon
Breakfast: Breakfast out since we’ll be hitting garage sales this week
Lunch: Orzo Salad
Dinner: Rib eye steak
We’re having a special treat this week. A grocery store near us had a grand opening. One of the things on sale were lobster tails. We haven’t had lobster in years, so I’m looking forward to it tonight.
I’ve decided to increase our fish consumption to twice a week. Fish is a little inconvenient to get where we live. We can get salmon and trout, but few other fishes.
Not long ago there was a study that says you can’t even trust grocery stores to sell you a specific type of fish. Once they’re filleted you can’t always tell what kind of fish it was without a DNA test. That’s why I prefer to buy the whole fish.
There’s a Korean grocery store about an hour away with a vast fish variety that are sold whole. I was thinking we might make a pilgrimage every couple of months and stock up on fish.
I like pan-fried and baked fish, but I’m not keen on breaded, deep fried fish. How do you like to eat your fish? Do you eat fish often?