It is hard to believe that in only a few short weeks kiddos will be back at school!
The lazy days of summer will soon be in the rear-view mirror and we will all be back to our schedule.
As we slide back into a routine, does the question “What’s for dinner?” ever haunt you?
I have to be honest, I often dread that question too and my job is creating fabulous food!
Coming up with something that tastes good and does not take all day to prepare night after night can be a challenge!
Weeknight Meals is a fun class that offers great new recipes and inspiration to help you get dinner on the table night after night and feel great about it. There are still a few seats open so register TODAY by Clicking HERE.
Thursday, August 22nd 6:30-8:30 Weeknight Meals- Wonderful everyday meals designed to inspire YOU and have your family begging for more! Fresh foods made in a matter of minutes answer the question “What’s for dinner?” To get us in the mood to cook, we’ll start the fun with Red Berry Vodka Spritzers. Our fresh and bright Peach and Blueberry Salad is a great compliment to any dinner. A meal fancy enough for company, but easy enough for everyday is Succulent Honey Bourbon Pork Loin with Mango Salsa served with irresistible Potato Pancakes. And how about fluffy Honey Butter Biscuits that work with ANY meal? One Dish Wonders are a favorite strategy for busy people. Just assemble ingredients in a baking dish or pan and slide it in the oven and dinner is served! Mediterranean Chicken, is one of my favorites, so colorful and drenched with flavor. Baked Penne with Roasted Vegetable covered in melted, bubbly cheese is a hit! Jazzed up Roasted Potato Nachos are so good you better make extra! Parmesan Green Beans make a great side to any protein. For dessert we will do a classic, moist White Butter Cake with Fudge frosting, OH MY! BONUS Salmon recipe added to this class! Class fee $59.00
I have added a BONUS salmon recipe to this class since My guys have been catching fish like crazy. It will come to you right from the Kenai River in Alaska!
And because we need to make dinner TONIGHT, below is one of my all-time favorite go-to’s. Orange Glazed Salmon, and oldie but goodie and perfect, since we are in salmon season.
Orange Glazed Salmon
1-2 pound salmon fillet
¼ cup brown sugar
2-3 tablespoons teriyaki sauce
1 teaspoon chopped parsley
1/2 teaspoon fresh thyme
Salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place salmon in a baking dish, salt and pepper the meat. Drizzle teriyaki sauce over fish. Zest the orange and mix the zest into the brown sugar, rub the sugar paste all over the surface of the fish. Cut orange into slices and place on top of the seasoned fish. Bake uncovered for 13-18 minutes until fat from meat bubbles to the surface. Sprinkle with fresh herbs before serving.