How It Panned Out

Hey there! Just checking in to the blog. This past weekend I said that you could expect to see several delicious dishes on the blog this week, but I dropped the ball a little bit! This was my proposed menu:

Dinner Menu

    • Sunday: Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches, Take II!
    • Monday: Black Bean Chorizo Chili
    • Tuesday: Butternut Squash Lasagna
    • Wednesday: Cranberry Turkey Wraps with Roasted Brussels Sprouts
    • Thursday: Turkey Sausage Gnocchi Soup

And here is what really happened!

Sunday I did, in fact, again make Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches, for the second weekend in a row. For my first attempt, I forgot to add salt while cooking, so the flavor was definitely lacking. This time I added the proper seasonings and the Phillies were even more amazing!

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Monday, as promised, I made Black Bean Chorizo Chili and it was featured in here the blog. It turned out great!

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Tuesday we had the second Butternut Squash Lasagna, taken from the freezer. It turned out very well after baking (just a tad watery), not but quite as well as the first, unfrozen casserole.

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Wednesday I was supposed to make Cranberry Turkey Wraps with Roasted Brussels Sprouts, but I just… didn’t. I was ravenously hungry all day and not in the mood to cook, so instead we went to Sidetrack and the huz and I ordered a BBQ Slaw Burger and a Bavarian Ham & Cheese Pretzel Sandwich, respectively. (The turkey wraps I had planned were instead eaten for lunch and were nothing special.)

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Thursday I roasted a sheet pan of Brussels sprouts (zOMG they are so good!!), and rather than making soup, I instead tossed another sheet pan full of tater tots and [meatless] Crispy Tenders into the oven for a super simple dinner. Works for me!

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Be back for a weekend post!

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