Today was the trip back from Denver so lunch was at Denver International where our habit is to eat at the Timberline restaurant. Foodie Philip had the beef tenderloin, while Foodie Greg had the double cut pork chops.
I think we’ve been spoiled by our dry aged beef and pork, but neither protein was particularly tender for an average of $39.24 per serve.
Back home and back to a simple meal of pan seared lamb chops and a broccoli crunch salad. Because the grill was almost out of gas we prepared the lamb chops on the griddle over the induction cooktop.
The broccoli salad was good, but not good enough to repeat.
- The lamb chops were $12.41 or $6.21 per serve
- The broccoli was $2.99 or $1.50 per serve
- Dried cherries were $2.34 and we used about half, or 58c per serve
- Add 45c for the ingredients in the peanut sauce.
A good, but not great, meal for $8.74 per serve.