The recipe chosen this week for CEiMB, using Ellie Krieger's So Easy, was Tuna Noodle Casserole, chosen by Peggy of Pantry Revisited and found on page 191 of Ellie's So Easy book. You can find the recipe here. I didn't make it, sorry, but we are not tuna fans here and when I polled the crew they shot it down. I promise to make your next choice, Peggy, really, I do.
So instead, I made a rewind of a recipe that had been made before I joined the group: Sage-Rubbed Pork Chops with Warm Apple Slaw, from Ellie's The Food You Crave book, pages 194-195. You can find the recipe here.
Mark loves pork chops, the rest of us are rather so-so on them, but I knew he would enjoy these, and he did like them quite a lot. The recipe is easy, the greatest amount of time is spent chopping the apple, carrot, cabbage for the slaw and that wasn't bad at all. The warm slaw part was delicious, tangy and nice from the cider vinegar. Definitely a repeat for Mark, he even took leftovers in his lunch the next day.
Next week's assignment is Wheat Berry Salad, chosen by Leslie of Lethally Delicious, on pages 68-70 of Ellie's book So Easy. You can find the CEiMB blogroll here.