Steak and Salmon The Perfect Combo for #SundaySupper

by Isabel Laessig (Isabel Foodie) · 2 comments

in Blog, Inspiration from my Kids, Sunday Supper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My boys are such meat eaters. Honestly if you asked what they wanted for dinner, they would probably tell you steak 5 days out of the week.  Ribeye, New York Strip, T-Bone, it just doesn’t matter to them, they love it all!

I feel that it is so important to introduce a variety of food to children at a young age. They also have to learn that although many foods have amazing nutritional value, moderation is important.

We started a “No Thank You Bite” policy when my oldest was a toddler and over the years, it has been the topic of many dinner conversations. The No Thank You Bite means that you have to take one bite of everything Mom cooks.  If you don’t like it, after you take one bite, you just say “No thank you.”  It is amazing how many things kids think they don’t like by looking at it.  Once they actually taste it, hmmm, they realize it’s not so bad. Sometimes they even Love something!

Well that was the case with Salmon. Because of our No Thank You Bite Policy, they are now Salmon lovers.  At our house, you don’t serve Steak without Salmon to go with. It is a great Surf and Turf menu and so easy to prepare.

I always make double what we will eat for Sunday Supper and use the rest to Reinvent Leftovers during the week. It makes my week so much easier when I do so!

 

This is one of our favorite Sunday Supper meals we share Around the Family Table.
We serve with Mashed or Baked Potatoes and a simple Salad!
I hope you family enjoys this Sunday Supper as much as mine!
Kid Ratings: Alexandra 10, Ronnie 10, Reis 10, Riley 10 It’s a Favorite for sure!

 


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Certified Steak and Seafood March 13, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Two greats in one dish! Love it….

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FamilyFoodie March 13, 2012 at 2:50 pm

I do too! It is one of our favorite meals!

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