One of our neighbors brought over these Japanese snacks. We can figure out what some of them are, but we have had fun experimenting with the "mystery" packets. I really like the little sesame cookies. The middle ones are biscotti, and there are a couple of truffles in there. Nothing is overly sweet, which I appreciate.
I need to do a big grocery-store run, today. We're out of so many things. Let's map this week out:
Sunday: I watched this youtube video the other day and now I really want to make this Spanish tortilla. I have made them before, with a more complicated recipe. The tricky part is when you put a plate over the pan, then flip the whole thing. That usually stresses me out. I plan to add about a third cup of chopped artichoke hearts and some sliced ham to the tortilla. Fresh French green beans will round this out.
Monday: The new KTA ad featured a recipe for Vietnamese-Style Pork Pattie Pita Sandwiches. Nice alliteration, KTA! I am, however, going to switch this up a little. Not being a big pita fan (mine always just fall apart), I will serve over Asian-style noodles.
Tuesday: Breakfast as Dinner. This will mean Sausages (Mozzarella-Artichoke), Shredded Hash Browns, a Fried Egg and Sliced Tomatoes.
Wednesday: Fresh Mahi-Mahi with Parsley Butter, Rice, Kabocha Squash and Peas.
Thursday: Chicken Drumsticks, Home-Made Macaroni and Cheese, and Spinach.
Friday: Oven Fajitas, which I found on Pinterest. The leftovers will be good in scrambled eggs, for breakfast.
Saturday: Also via Pinterest, this Spaghetti Squash Carbonara. Wow! This will just need a salad and French Bread.
Off to the Woodturner's show at the Wailoa Art Center. Mr. L has promised, also, to take me to lunch. Have a great weekend and week!