Nov 24: BBQ Chicken, Heirloom Tomato & Garlic Spread on a Fresh Baguette; Moules Dijonnaise (with Baguette)

Lunch

We made a pilgrimage to Jon’s and picked up a BBQ Chicken, Fresh Baguette and a Heirloom Tomato, which makes one of our favorite sandwiches.

  • The Chicken was $7.99 or $1.00 per serve
  • The Heirloom Tomato was $3.24 and we used about half, or 81c per serve
  • The Baguette was $3.49  or 87c per serve
  • Add 60c for Garlic Spread.

A favorite because great ingredients make a great sandwich, for $3.28 per serve.

Dinner

A new Mussel recipe: Moules Dijonnaise.

  • The Mussels were $2.49 or $1.25 per serve
  • The Baguette was $1.49 or 38c per serve
  • Add 10c for Shallot
  • The Whipping Cream was $1.79 and we used half, or 45c
  • Add 60c for both Mustards.

Foodie Greg found the flavor a little too intense, which it certainly was. Still a nice change from our usual Mussel preparation for $2.68 per serve.

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