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Dinner at Rob's Bistro

In a continuing effort to be more budget conscious, Rob has been making dinner at home. If our dinners at home continue to look like this, I don't know if I'll ever want to eat out again.

Cod broiled with dill and capers.
Served with a side of brown rice and blanched squash


Shrimp served on a bed of fettuccine with red cabbage and red peppers in a thai-inspired sauce




Fresh Mediterranean Salad with Italian Salami with fresh crostini


Seared Ahi Tuna served with brown rice and a fresh Asian inspired herb salad


Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream

I suspect that Rob is trying to fatten me up. I guess i will be re-gaining the weight I lost while he was out-of-town.

10 more coherent thought(s):

MissJordyPants said...

Dear Rob,

Dinner. My Kitchen. STAT.

Love,

MissJordyPants

ptflip said...

it all looks delish!

csunsweetie said...

Wow.

nita said...

em, i would never want to eat out. Your Hubs in the MAN!!! his food looks so damn delicious!

Miss Sapphira said...

Looks delish! Making me even more hungry! Btw, thanks for the sweet comments on my blog =)

nspeis said...

i don't know bout "saving money" - those dishes look super expensive. but even more delicious.

Carmela said...

Wow!!!I'm drooling right now.

stempsko said...

I'd like to make a reservation for 1, please.

Anne K. in L.A. said...

I don't think these photos really do the food justice.

Nspeis - Suprisingly, it is cheaper.
We got the cuts of fish for $6-8 an entree. The most expensive being the Ahi Tuna, but even that was only $9. The shrimp was of the frozen variety and it was only $5.99 for a 5lb. bag. The rest of the produce we bought from Trader Joes, Fresh and Easy and our local Farmer's market. All of which were very cheap. I just need to keep him motivated. Otherwise, it's back to take-out;)

Ivy said...

I'm coming over tonight.

Thanks,
Ivy

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