Here's what's on our plates this week:
Monday - Tomato basil pasta. This is one of my favorite summer recipes. It's so tasty and so simple, which is perfect after you've spent the day at the pool, beach, or sightseeing. And it's so inexpensive to make. It'll easily cost you less than $10 to feed your family.
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Tuesday - Teriyaki chicken foil packets. Any one-pot meal is a friend of mine. These foil packs aren't exactly prepared in a pot, but they can certainly be classified as one-pot. They are super versatile, add the vegetables (or even pineapple chunks) that you prefer, and it's a crowd-pleaser!
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Saturday - We will be in Washington, D.C. overnight. We are considering this restaurant for dinner.
Sunday - Grilled Balsamic steak with tomatoes and arugula. I met Gina the creator of Skinnytaste several years ago at a blogging conference, and I've been obsessed with her recipes ever since. This one is AWESOME!!
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To view all of my menu planning posts, click here. Visit my What's For Dinner, Pasta, and Soups On! Pinterest boards for even more ideas.