Sweet Potato, Corn, and Black Bean Enchiladas and Spinach Artichoke Pasta. It was good to have the old favorites back in the lunchbox.
A weekend feast of a BBQ chicken quesadilla and cole slaw mix.
Monday and Tuesday (family meals): leftover tacos
Wednesday (date night): grilled flank steak, portabello, zucchini, and mashed potatoes
Thursday (fend for yourself night): a random tofu/udon noodle stir fry that was lingering in the freezer.
Friday (date night): quickie shredded BBQ chicken via the instant pot and air fryer fries.
Saturday (date night): when the weather is cold, I keep it hot. Pinch of Yum's Instant Pot Pot Roast...just yum. The variables that I was working with: I forgot to buy mushrooms and only had one tablespoon of tomato paste, dried instead of fresh herbs, and I had an underweight roast + a few extra potatoes to even it out, and FWIW the recipe says 2-3 cups of broth and I used 2 and felt like I had plenty of gravy. We'll be making this again. In fact, I'd be good alternating between flank steak and this for dinner for a good long while.
Sunday (family meal): Gimme Some Oven's Japchae. We haven't had this in a long time and I knew that the boys would be all over anything with soy sauce.
Leftover pot roast, japchae, and shredded chicken. I also made another batch of breakfast burritos.
Trader Joe's Haul Deets
One of my coworkers got us all tuned in to Love is Blind and I binged the whole thing this week. It's basically Married at First Sight in reverse. I think it's fair to say that we all enjoyed this show way more than we should have but oh mercy I am burned out on watching reality TV weddings. (P.S. the hubs and I did not get married at first sight and since we both used accurate pictures for our OK Cupid profiles, we didn't go into things blind so I have no explanation or defense for why I enjoy these kinds of shows so much)
I took my time with Long Bright River and it was a good one, all the thumbs up.