Here’s a look at the last week:
Welcome to Ashland, Oregon.
Silas played in a 3 on 3 basketball tournament Monday, since the kids were out of school.
Kid-free nights often mean thrown together whatever meals. When we were in New York a few years ago, I ate at a cart called The Halal Guys. Their whole menu consists of three options: a plate with rice, pita bread and meat, a plate with meat and pita bread, or a sandwich filled with their chicken, beef or lamb, or a combination of any of the three. The magic is in the white halal sauce that’s poured over the top, and the spicy red sauce. This was a half-assed vegetarian version.
“Chicken” and biscuits one night.
March 22, 1925-February 19, 2014.
In Leo’s honor, I started a batch of his limoncello the morning he passed away.
Roasted tomatoes for a sauce recipe coming atcha soon.
Homemade tortillas and homemade sauce for cheese enchiladas.
Leftover enchiladas mean delicious brunching the following day.
We had Vincent here for most of the week. He requested palak paneer one night, which I haven’t made in years. Recipe for you tomorrow.
Little league evaluations happened this weekend.
Making limoncello leaves a lot of fresh squeezed lemon juice… the obvious thing to do was make lemon bars.
Carrot and pea biryani to go with the palak paneer. I like making indian food because of the vibrant colors just as much as spices.
We are all big fans of probiotic yogurt around here… Obviously.
Egg tacos are good breakfast-lunching.
One more basketball game left for the season. Post-game snacking.
Jalapeno cheddar biscuits are also good breakfast-ing.