family meals: week 45

July 11, 2013

sopessopesLangostino Sopes. I’m a seafood gal, so I really love this! Ben kinda made it up one day and it is so yummy! We’ll have to put together a recipe to share because this really is one of my faves. No joke. It’s in my top 10 fave dishes for sure.

tilapia poketilapia pokeTilapia Poke. I used this recipe, but substituted the tuna with tilapia. It’s just as good in my opinion.

Week 7/15 – 7/19

Monday: Chicken Enchiladas
Tuesday: Easiest Posele (first made here)
Wednesday: Spaghetti
Thursday: Orzo with Feta, Basil and Shrimp
Friday: Fish Tacos

It’s been almost a month since I shared our meals and that’s because I haven’t been cooking that much. We had various things pop up over here that required my attention, so sometimes Trader Joe’s is just the key to survival. I have to weigh it all out and remember something said in “The Good Mom, “My kids care far less about how presentable their dinner is and far more about how healthy their mom is.”

11 comments on “family meals: week 45”

  • tinajo says:

    This looks really yummy!

  • Courtney says:

    Looks incredible. I love the tuna substitution too. I would definitely go with that since I find Tilapia a bit too strong! These photos are incredible too by the way!

    • mycakies says:

      Tilapia is definitely a stronger flavor. We actually substituted the tuna for tilapia (typo on my part, but since edited), while I do like tuna better we had frozen tilapia sashimi in the fridge, so that’s what we used. Also, thank you for the compliment.

  • Katy says:

    looks yummy!

  • YUM.
    And I love that quote.

    ♥ Natalie of LIVE TEACH ALASKA

  • cady says:

    I am from Portugal, and I love your blog. You have a very beautiful family. 🙂
    I have a lot of think´s in common, with you.
    We are a Christian evangelic family, with 2 girls, and we go to the church, every Sunday, too.
    Like you, I am so glad to God, because I have a lovely family, when love is the more important word in our live.
    In Portugal, homeschooling is not a common practice, so I enjoy, a lot, every post you write about it.
    Kisses for you and your wonderful family
    Good Weekend

  • Tara says:

    When you all make sushi and stuff like the talapia poke, do the girls eat the raw fish or do you make them something else?

    Also, can’t wait to see your tomatoes from this summer!! Ours are beginning to ripen here in Kentucky! So tasty!

  • Katie says:

    Oh please, please post the recipe for your langostino sopes 🙂 They look just delicious!

    • mycakies says:

      Definitely. Will plan it in the next few weeks! This is so yummy that I definitely have to share!

  • Malachite says:

    this looks so delish!!!

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