Asian Glazed Chicken

A college tradition at La Crosse was Wednesday night wings.  Every Wednesday, you and all your friends would walk down to 3rd street to get 10 cent wings and dollar PBRs.  It was a fun tradition that Matt really misses now that he’s a “grown up” who lives a city where Wednesday wings means 75 cents a wing.  Not much of a deal.  So I decided we could make our own Wednesday night wings.  Only this time, they would be healthier.  Now that I am in the middle of p90x, I really can’t be eating deep fried wings.  I found this great recipe from SkinnyTaste that is amazing.  It’s a mixture between our Wednesday wings and Chinese food.  And the best part is it is healthier than both!  It is a bit saltier so you will want to keep your portion small. (unless you are Matt who devoured that entire plate!)

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Spaghetti with Tomatoes, Olives, and Feta.

Now that it’s Lent, I have been trying to find recipes without meat for Matt and me to eat on Fridays.  As much as I enjoy a good fish fry, Matt and I gave up going out to eat for Lent, so we are stuck cooking our own sans-meat meals.  I have been resisting the temptation to toss some frozen fish sticks into the oven.  Instead, I made this fun pasta dish that doesn’t need sauce.

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Cabbage Rolls

 

Tonight I made cabbage rolls.  With St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, I wanted to get in the Irish spirit.  Growing up, I always loved my mom’s cabbage rolls, but I wanted to try a different recipe.  So, here is Paula Dean’s recipe as posted by Pennies on a Platter.

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