Monday, June 6, 2011

June Meal Plan No. 1

What a crazy few weeks this has been! Three long weekends in a row out of town have definitely taken a toll on my blogging. I've cooked like a mad woman when I've been home though and taken pics so hopefully I'll have some time this week to post about the cool stuff I made last week.

This weekend's road trip was to Acworth, Ga outside of Atlanta where W sailed on Lake Altoona while I killed time checking out the area's various food offerings. This week's menu is driven by what I found:

Sausages with Mustard, Pickled Vegetables, Corn on the Cob

I can't wait to blog about my trip to Patak-Bohemia Sausage Chalet in Austell GA. What a find! They make an incredible variety of sausages. I bought one or two each of about 10 different kinds to throw on the grill.

Spicy Tuna Tacos, Avocado-Jicama Slaw, Red Achiote Rice

Another area food find -- fresh corn tortillas from the Marietta Square Farmer's Market. And I get to use the Achiote powder I bought at the Food Pak on the previous weekend's road trip!

Chicken Tikka Kebabs, Cilantro Mint Chutney, Fresh Mango Chutney, Naan

I couldn't pass up the chance to go to Trader Joe's in Marietta. I came away with an interesting variety of items, including a package of Masala Tandoori Naan, as well as a case of wine.

Hash Browns with Chorizo Patties, Eggs & Romesco Sauce

This meal is inspired by the Chorizo burger I had two weeks ago at Flip on road trip number one to BlogHer Food in Atlanta. DH and I made a batch of Chorizo last week but aren't happy with the flavor. I picked up a package of Chorizo from Pine Street Market's stall at Saturday's Marietta Square Farmer's Market in the hopes of doing a comparison to figure out where we went wrong.
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Turkey & Cucumber Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Sauce, Asian Slaw

W and I had the lettuce wraps at PF Chang's in Buford for dinner Thursday night on our way down to Acworth. They were good, but I'm betting mine will be better!


This posted is linked to the Organizing Junkie's Menu Plan Monday.

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