Monday, 13 April 2015

Meal Planning Monday

So I'm back at work today after a two week break for the Easter holidays. Easter weekend I went to Eastbury Manor House and RHS Wisley and then last week I spent my time seeing friends and sorting out the house and garden. Last weekend I went on a tour of Borough Market with four tastings, bread from Bread Ahead, cheese from Neil's Yard Dairy, oysters from Richard Haward's Oysters and a Moo Pie from Pieminister. Then in the afternoon we went to see A Breakfast of Eels at Print Room at the Coronet in Notting Hill, which was a good but ultimately forgettable play. The Print Room has recently moved to it's new home at the Coronet and they are slowly doing up the building. On Sunday I did chores in the morning and then went to the cinema in the afternoon to see Fast and Furious 7, which was a wonderful tribute to Paul Walker who died last year. Last weeks meals were a bit of a hodge podge, trying to use up the mountain of leftovers from Easter weekend and other bits and pieces I had lying around.

This week is kind of busy, theatre tonight, talk at the V&A tomorrow, pilates on Thursday and then at the weekend I am seeing my sister and nieces on Saturday and going on a Cupcake and Macaron tour on Sunday. So meals are simple and quick, with nothing too taxing!

Out before the theatre

Mac and Peas with Salad

Tomato and Raclette Quiche with Salad
Apricot Dijon Glazed Salmon with Bulgar Wheat and Veg

Multi Veg Paella

Smoked Salmon and Pea Pasta Salad
Gnocchi and Courgette Bake (WW Cooking for Two)

Out with my sister
Lamb Steak with Minty Yoghurt and Couscous (WW Cooking for One)

Courgette, Mint and Wild Garlic Soup
Mushroom Farfalle with Salad (Jamie's 15 Min Meals)

1 comment:

  1. Every time I see you mention those sandwich pies I think I must make them, they sound absolutely divine.

    Have a great week!