Monday, March 23, 2009

Weekly Menu 3/23 - 3/28/09

We're trying to get back into the swing of things after our vacation. We really enjoyed so much of the food we had in London, the curries, the pub food & some fabulous Spanish Tapas.
Jamie Approves of His Pub LunchPub lunch in Shabbington
Wild Boar & Pork StewWild Boar & Pork Stew at Hampton Court.
Cajun Squirrel Crisps Interesting Flavored Crisps Potato chips in flavors like Cajun Squirrel, Chili & Chocolate and Crispy Duck & Hoisin (We didn't see these until the airport so we didn't get to try them)

I'm actually really happy to be back in my own kitchen cooking our meals. On to Menu Planning Monday...(You might notice we picked up a copy of Jamie Oliver's magazine while in the UK & are trying a few things from it.)

Chicken & Leek Pie - from Jamie Magazine

Pork Souvlaki - We love this recipe from Kalofagas. Maybe we'll even do it on the grill since the snow is gone.

Chicken Korma

Roast Brisket with Melting Bean & Garlic - from Jamie Magazine

Black Bean Stir-fry with Chicken & Green Beans

Stilton & Cauliflower Soup - from Jamie Magazine

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Netts Nook said...

That stew looks and sound great. Yummy

Stacey Snacks said...

I'll pass on the "cajun squirrel" flavor.

Anonymous said...

Cajun Squirrel ... oh my, this sounds like a must-try flavor :-)

billjac said...

The Onion's AV Club did a taste test of some of those potato chip flavors. Cajun Squirrel was heavy on the cajun, light on the squirrel unfortunately.

vanillasugarblog said...

why can't we get those kinds of chips over here? I mean we have the boring flavors.

Maris said...

I wish I was coming to your house for dinner this week!

Valerie Harrison (bellini) said...

It's always nice to bring back special memories through food. I have heard lots of good things about Peters souvlakia:D

Lori said...

It all looks good for the coming week. And I thought when I went to Nova Scotia that crab flavored and ketchup flavored potato chips were unique. Its so funny that it looks almost identical to Lays packaging.

Anonymous said...

Pork and wild boar in one dish? Amazing

Dewi said...

I can see that someone is enjoying the meal. That stew sound so delicious.

Lori said...

I'm not a big chip eater, but I love seeing the different flavors in other countries. I'll usually break down and try them. In Brazil we have turkey flavored and grilled chicken. If you close your eyes you'd swear you had a piece of chicken in your mouth and not a chip. It is really strange. :)

Alicia Foodycat said...

There is no actual squirrel in the cajun squirrel!

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