Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Order 3 dinners can get a 4th dinner free. That's $21.00 per meal and it's delivered right to your door.

All meals are fully-cooked and delivered in oven-safe containers straight to your door. All you have to do is heat, serve, and enjoy!

This is a great opportunity to try What's for Dinner and see how changing the way we do dinner can make a big difference.

Please email me with any questions at whatsfordinner.tulsa@gmail.com

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Made this pizza tonight for the family and got a 3 out of 3 thumbs up!!
Maybe I will add it to the menu!

What's for Dinner Special on Rotisserie Chicken

2 small rotisserie chickens seasoned and slowly cooked in a rotisserie cooker. Served with glazed carrots and green beans. Serves 6-8 adults for $18- Yum!!

This special ends Thursday!! :)

Thursday, January 12, 2012

$18 Family Size Spaghetti and Meatballs!

Starting tomorrow I will be offering spaghetti and meatballs with my own marinara sauce for only $18. This is enough to feed 6-8 adults, so you might have leftovers and delivery is included of course! If you would like to take advantage of this special, click the PayPal button below or you may pay by check upon delivery. :)

Don't forget to add a delivery day and time in the notes box!  Thank you!!


Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Mexican Bake

Recently I delivered a Mexican Bake to someones door and they complimented it so much I thought I would put up a picture of it for all to see.
The Mexican Bake is delivered with black beans and rice and topped with sour cream and guacamole.

Sunday, January 1, 2012


 It was pretty cool making the tamales. I decided to make chicken tamales with a red chili sauce as a starter. Since I only saw them made and ate them while growing up, I wanted to stay on the safe side.
The steps to make tamales are not complex and much of the time the meat was cooking or the husks were soaking I was able to go play with my daughter and son or just get some things done.  I love that!

I used a recipe that called for oil instead of lard.  Obviously this was to be healthy, but I think that the lard provides more moisture than the oil. So I did have to add more water to the masa than I think I would have had to with the lard.

Having said that, I think that my next batch will be a little more moist. This first time was fun and I am going to go for another bunch with a more juicy and flavorful taste.  

Who knows? I might even drive some around to some friends of mine and see what they think!
If you ever get the chance to make tamales (even if you are not 1/4 Mexican), you should definitely try. It's like Chef Gusto says in "Ratatouille" - Anyone can cook! 

I look forward to trying some different versions of tamales and experimenting with new flavors. You can put any meat you want on the inside of a tamale. You have room to be creative and that is what I love about cooking!!