There was a salmon sale at my local grocery store this past week, so I ended up grabbing a filet.
I originally planned on freezing it for later, but just decided to try a new recipe out and see how it went. Usually my salmon turns out pretty band, but this time I tried a homemade teriyaki glaze that made it 100% better. I paired it with string beans, realized I don’t really like string beans, and replaced them with broccoli and white rice.
A snack of fried plantains
The first night I made salmon I had it with string beans. I ended up just eating them as quickly as possible so that I could enjoy the rest of the meal 😛
I’ve been craving something sweet for a while now, and I thought this would satisfy me. I was wrong.
The grocery store was having a sale on pre-made cookies so I grabbed some. These slightly helped with my sweet tooth cravings
Teriyaki Salmon with Broccoli and White Rice, for lunch on the go
I threw together a quick pasta with marinara and mozzarella
They didn’t have my regular pineapples, so I decided to grab a can of peaches. I think I might grab some more snack sizes for next week, as well.
More Teriyaki Salmon and broccoli.
I made my mom’s version of Ghanaian beef stew. It didn’t taste the same because I didn’t use goat meat and I added a lot of carrots, but it was good enough.
My friend stopped by on Sunday while I was cooking breakfast, so I whipped up some scrambled eggs for her. I had my regular eggs over easy and made some cheddar crescents, as well.
A close-up of my eggs over easy with cheddar crescent. I paired my meal with green tea.
Jennifer prefers her eggs scrambled, and paired her meal with juice.
And here’s a look at few of my past weekly eats: Week 2 & Week 3.