My husband works much too hard. I know every wife says that, but with him it’s true. I can’t get him to take a minute off to eat and most days he doesn’t eat until dinner which can be as late as 8:30 pm. I’ve been trying to force him to stop and eat, but that’s never going to happen, so I’m making tempting foods he can eat while he works, and that means a sandwich or other foods he can eat by hand.
I love when Foster Farms® reaches out to ask me to create a recipe with one of their chicken products. I like the challenge of trying to create something my husband will enjoy and it’s easy with their fabulous products.
Foster Farms® has been our chicken of choice for decades so when they asked me to create a recipe utilizing one of their new chicken options I immediately said yes! I’m thrilled to let you know that in addition to their regular fresh chicken (Foster Farms® Fresh & Natural), there is now Foster Farms® Simply Raised (without antibiotics) and Foster Farms® Organic. Fresh & Natural and Simply Raised are locally grown and widely available in California, Oregon, and Washington. Organic is available at Costco and select supermarkets.
Alaska Salmon is on the menu in our house three times a week now, but this is by far my husband’s favorite way to eat it. Grill some corn on the cob and asparagus along with it for a fantastic meal.
You’d think that when the kids grew up and moved out that I’d no longer be rushing to get dinner on the table. It seems that although our life has changed since we’ve officially become empty nesters, we still have busy schedules, and finding time for the two of us to sit down and have dinner together is as fleeting now as it’s been over the last 30 years.
It’s not time to put away that outdoor grill yet! Get it going this weekend and enjoy some skirt steak. But you’ll have to plan ahead for some tender and flavorful barbecue.