On Sunday nights around here, our menus are varied. I can't ever skip a meal and my kids are the same way. Even on major holidays when we have a large meal at 2:00pm or later, by 4:30 I'll hear, "what are we having for dinner"?. It seems I have created little foodies.
In the winter I usually make a few pizzas and we find ourselves in front of the TV watching football or "America's Funniest Home Videos".
Now that we're enjoying warmer temperatures and more sunlight, our fare has become a little lighter. Tonight was chicken fajitas and corn on the cob. I marinated the chicken in canola oil, lime juice, smoked paprika, garlic powder, cumin, and kosher salt. I grilled it and we stuffed our fajitas with our selected toppings.
|my fajita - sliced radishes, grilled chicken, sour cream, salsa, lettuce, sauteed onions and zucchini
The corn on the cob - so delicious. I almost forget [over the winter] just how fabulous it is. We've been melting our butter in a bowl and spreading it directly on the cob with a silicone brush. Easy and practically mess-free. By the way, I'll only eat corn from J-Mar Farms. They have the best - bar none.
So, do you make dinner on Sunday nights? Maybe you enjoy leftovers. Maybe you pour yourself a bowl of cereal. I'd love to hear!