Is it gluten-free? Did you buy it or make it from scratch?
I wasn't feeling well this weekend. It was ready made or crap. So I loaded up on some Whole Foods plates that I could just toss into the toaster oven. I like the quiches. Have to say the chicken pot pie was a disappointment. Not gluten-free. My first wheat since Memorial Day, so not something I would have made for myself.
A Steak n Shake is opening up in my neighborhood today! It's the first one opening in my city, and I'm curious to see what all the fuss is about. So I'm picking up my partner after I go to this design panel at one of the colleges here, and we're going to walk over together.
I made some Honey Walnut Shrimp I got recently at Costco. I served it over a big bed of riced cauliflower. It tasted great, although a bit too sweet for me, but I doubt I'll be buying it again. I thought I would be able to make it in single servings, or doubles at most. It came in a 2 lb box with 2 pouches of the shrimp, 2 of the sauce, and 2 of the walnuts. I had to cook each part & put them together. It was quite easy, but it made too much. Each set of pouches made 3 servings, and they were nice size servings. Now I have 2/3 of it left over.
There's always another option. You just have to find it.
I roasted red sweet peppers, carrots & onions from my garden. Plus a couple of medium heat Bulgarian Carrot peppers. After adding garlic, ginger, chicken stock and tomato juice from tomatoes I made sauce with earlier this week, I blended these ingredients into soup. I blended those ingredients with an immersion blender. Finally I added grilled chicken breast. It turned out great! I made enough to freeze some for later.
We rarely have dessert but I had apples to spare so sliced them up and baked them into a crumble with a walnut topping.
I'll need to go walk tomorrow for about 5 miles after such a feast! The apple crumble tasted great with whipped cream.