I think I'll try the format of one food post per week. This week, I cooked the following for dinners:
First, Romano Basil Turkey Breast and roasted potatoes on the grill. My potatoes turned out great, but nothing special with those. Cut them up, thew on some seasonings and cook them in foil packs on the grill. I wouldn't make the turkey again. It didn't finish cooking all the way through on the grill so I had to throw it in the oven and then it was just so-so. None of the flavors went through to the turkey so it was just boring turkey.
Next up. Portobello Mushroom, mozzarella and tomato paninis and Microwave Potato Chips. The sandwiches were great but nothing special with those either. Marinated the mushrooms in a little balsamic vinegar, assembled the sandwiches with freh mozzarela, fresh basil and tomatoes and threw on the Cuisinart Griddler. The chips were kind of pain to deal with and weren't very good. Wouldn't make those again either. I'm striking out so far on the recipes.
Final meal cooked was Next Day Primavera. This is one I've made several times. It's quick and easy. The recipe calls for leftover chopped turkey or chicken. I used leftover ham I had in the freezer from Easter. It would be easy to just leave out the meat and add some other veggies. I'm still trying to limit the amount of meat but I had it in the freezer already.
Last night it was just leftovers and salads. The garden is overflowing with lettuce...must start eat lots and lots of lettuce!