Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Challenge: a new dinner recipe each week

I'm trying a less extreme version of Matt Cutts' 30 day challenge for the next few months; at least one new dinner recipe each week.


Why?
I have a set of dinners recipes that I really like so I end up making them over and over again instead of trying something new. It's not a problem from a nutritional point of view due to the variety (meat, fish, pasta, salads, etc) but it gets boring after a while. The kids are old enough to try something new and tell what they think my experiments so why not?

What?
Try at least one new recipe each week.


The first experiment is: Meatballs in tomato sauce (automatically translated so be careful...) with spinach as a side dish:



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