Monday, January 18, 2010

Weekly Menu 1/18 - 1/23/10

Yesterday Matt & I hosted Cooking Minnesota for a day of making & eating tamales. It's such a fun way to spend a winter afternoon.
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We made red chile pork & sweet corn tamales which we'd done before (click on the names for links to the recipes). We also did Rick Bayless' green chile chicken filling which was wonderful.
I'll be back later to share the recipe for Northern Brazil Sweet Tamales that one of the other members so generously shared with us.

Now on to Menu Planning Monday...

Lamb Chops with Balsamic Sauce

Janssons Frestelse - Taking a chance & trying out this traditional Swedish dish

Lentil Salad with a Fried Egg

Potato & Chorizo Tacos

Ad Hoc Pan-Roasted Duck Breast with Butter-Braised Brussels Sprouts, Radishes & Kohlrabi

We'll be eating out this week as well at the fabulous Ngon in St. Paul, amazing Vietnamese food!

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Maria said...

How fun! I really want to do a tamale party!

Tangled Noodle said...

I read a post on a dumpling party and now tamales! These food parties are such fun ideas. I really can't wait for that Northern Brazil Sweet Tamales post!!

Lori said...

That looks like so much fun, and what tasty results. I'm really interested to see the post as well. We never tried Northern Brazil tamales. I didn't even know they made them there, unless it is a version of pamonha that I know. Can't wait to find out!

Lori said...

What fun. Of O ever move to MN I would love to be in your group. We need something like that here.

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