Sunday Suppers: The Paper Plate Edition

Our kitchen remodel is in full swing, which means we’ve stocked the fridge with food we can grab quickly and eat off disposable plates. We’ll also be frequenting restaurants more than we like, or more than our wallets would like. Ideally, we’ll have sandwich options like this in the fridge. Although, in reality we’ll probably be eating bologna and cheese.

Smoked Salmon

It looks like the opening shot in Star Wars

It looks like the opening shot in Star Wars

Smoked Turkey Salad

The smoke from the meat really makes this stand alone

The smoke from the meat really makes this stand alone

Pastrami

Never buying store brand again

Never buying store brand again

Pulled Pork Sandwiches

More barbecue sauce is always a good idea

More barbecue sauce is always a good idea

Coleslaw

Creamy goodness

Creamy goodness

Mustard Potato Salad

I love mayo on the other hand

I love mayo on the other hand

 

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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7 Responses to Sunday Suppers: The Paper Plate Edition

  1. Good luck with the reno. That’s a lotta work to do yourselves, but I’ll bet you’ll have a killer kitchen to show for it.

  2. The paper plate misery will be over soon. Once you have your gorgeous new kitchen, it will all be worth it. But I dread the bologna on your behalf.

  3. You would pick the snowiest winter in living memory to do this…making it much harder to grill.
    Good luck!

  4. These are some of my favorite things to eat! So hard to find a good coleslaw, must taste all of them, lol!

  5. TasteFood says:

    Look at that salmon! It’s gorgeous.

  6. Eva Taylor says:

    During our reno, all be it was more like six months, I had packed away frozen foods to have, but we mostly ate out!
    Those potatoes sound interesting.

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