Meal-Plan Problems Solved!
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So, this week’s meal plan has a bonus menu for next Sunday, which is, of course, Father’s Day. And because I know this newsletter hits your inbox on a Sunday, any Father's Day recipe suggestions coming next week would not be helpful, and also they would be annoying. I try not to be annoying (*sound of my children laughing hysterically in the background*).

One of the things that happens as it stays lighter outside later (which I love, love, love) is that planning what to make for dinner can get pushed back even further into the evening. For example, at 7:30 p.m. I might look up, with the sun still shining brightly, and realize I have not given dinner a thought. These are the evenings where fast and easy are the only options
the slow cooker can be a silent observer at this point.

So, with that in mind, here is what I’m thinking about for the week
many dishes can be made in 30 minutes or less (start with a rotisserie chicken for the Indonesian Chicken Salad, if you likeI’m going to). And make a pot of white or brown rice or quinoa at the beginning of the week, and reheat it as needed all week long.
A healthy and quick lo mein recipecolorful and so easy. This is a great weeknight dinner choice because there is no need to make anything elsean all-in-one dish.
Click here for the recipe.
I’ll marinate some pork chops in this Ginger, Mint, and Lime Marinade and cook them updo this on the grill, under the broiler, in a sauté pan, whatever works for you. Serve it with a salad with Japanese Restaurant Salad Dressing. See "How Long Do I Marinate That?" and figure out what you want to marinate and for how long.
This is the salad for people who might not think a main-course salad is really a thing. (And if you've ever ordered and loved Chinese chicken salad on a menu, this is for you.)
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Super simple, but not short on flavor. Pair it with that rice you hopefully made earlier in the week.

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An extremely easy, foolproof method for poaching salmon, and several choices of sauces to top the salmon with.

Click here for the recipe.
This is what I’m thinking. And Gary says he reads my newsletter, but I’ll find out for sure this week, won’t I?

Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there. And for those of you who are missing your own dad
like I am, I’m sending you love.
A sticky, tender Chinese-style rib recipe that you can make on a grill or in the oven.
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