Posted in June 2010

Quesadilla Night

Tonight I was on my own for dinner, and I made a big batch of quesadillas. This is one of my favorite recipes, and is originally adapted from this recipe for Fajita Quesadillas at kraftfoods.com. Remember my prep bowls from this weekend!? Well tonight I put them to good use! All I had to do … Continue reading

Teriyaki Kabob Feast

After a brief hiatus, the grill-master was back at it again tonight. Meanwhile, I was inside assembling kabobs! Remember Sunday’s prep bowls? Well, one of them became tonight’s dinner: Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken Kabobs (yep, we’ve made these before!). Here is the grill-master supreme hard at work, behind our new high-tech lounge chairs. While the kabobs … Continue reading

Prep Day!

Prep Day!? Nope, this doesn’t mean I busted out the polos from Hollister, sweater vests, and khakis… (Wow, I make terrible jokes!). Last weekend was all play at the beach, so this weekend it was time to get some WORK done! I was all about being productive this weekend. Today I spent a lot of … Continue reading

Melting Pot – A2 Restaurant Week

This week was Ann Arbor Restaurant Week, so after weighing the choices, we (/I) decided to go to Melting Pot for dinner. During Restaurant Week, several local restaurants participate by offering a three-course dinner for $25/person (at some less upscale places the promo is for two dinners for $25). I missed the last two Restaurant … Continue reading

Scramble-TATA

Hello! Tonight’s dinner was ALL about the veggies. Show your love. <3 I first got my side dish going by choppin’ up two medium red potatoes and throwin’ ‘em in a skillet with 1 tsp EVOO and 1 tsp margarine. Fifteen to twenty minutes later, after the potatoes were starting to get a little color, … Continue reading

Seasoned Chicken Strips and Veggie Love

After an extremely indulgent weekend at the beach, I wanted to go extra-light for tonight’s dinner fare. First up, while discussing blog possibilities on the phone with JH, I breaded chicken tenderloin strips, using this recipe. First I dipped each strip into a bowl containing egg substitute, honey mustard, and minced garlic, and then dipped … Continue reading

Spontaneous Beach Excursion

This weekend Tom and I went on a spontaneous trip to the beach. So far this spring and summer, it seems like so many weekends have been rainy and stormy, and when I saw that this weekend was supposed to be warm and SUNNY, I really wanted to take advantage of it! Saturday morning we … Continue reading

Polka Dot Stew (vegetarian)

Two new ingredients made an appearance in my kitchen tonight. Not long ago I found this box of¬†Israeli Couscous at Trader Joe’s and have been looking for a recipe to use it in. I love Israeli Couscous, but have never cooked with it myself. It has such a fun texture to bite into. The recipe … Continue reading