beets, carrots, kale, leeks, mushrooms, parsnips, turnips, squash
What’s for Dinner?
There’s just no way around it. Dessert is where it’s at this week at our house. With Valentine’s Day, a special birthday, and Mardi Gras (make-up) we’re talking sweet treats galore. I’ll try to make up for it with the sweet-free days shaping up in the utmost of healthy, veggie-centric ways. Last week I was so excited about celebrating Chinese New Year, I missed Fat Tuesday entirely. I’m not about to miss that holiday, so call it Fat Friday, and jump right into the Mardi Gras celebrations! This beautiful kale will shine alongside an everybody-loves red beans and rice dish at our mini Mardi Gras celebration. Pizza night will move to Valentine’s Day and star in a delicious heart-shaped affair. And the freshly foraged mushrooms are still coming – they’ll play a very special role indeed nestled within the best burger in town. As for the rest, take a look, join in where your palate is tempted; celebrate all that our amazing Northwest winter offers us.
Friday – king cake & kale
red beans and rice (+ kale) (Rosso & Lukins, The New Basics)
cajun chicken sausage links
Saturday – break out the barby, quick!
Sunday – a very veggie love-fest
Monday – president (and his wife!) approved
Tuesday – special request birthday dinner
soft snicker doodles (Food.com) + ice cream
Wednesday – nutty, chewy, sweet weeknight risotto
winter squash risotto (Ivy Manning, The Oregonian)
Thursday – sammie night