Weeknight Kitchen will return to making hot, homemade, family-style meals for you and yours in March 2019. We are in the process of building out our new central commercial kitchen to be located at 1539 5th Avenue South, South Saint Paul. More updates to come as more info becomes available.
WNK MENU BASICS
(As they were when we were operating. This should give you a good idea of how our operation works and what kinds of meals/menus you can expect.)
WEEK OF SEPT 10: Homemade Ravioli Bolognese Bake, Caesar Salad & Garlic Toast. This dish is a crowd pleaser.
WEEK OF SEPT 17: Grilled Chicken Pitas with Buttery Rice Pilaf, Homemade Cucumber Sauce, Fresh Pitas & all the fixings (tomatoes, lettuce & red onion) for a delicious dinner.
WEEK OF SEPT 24: Herb Roasted Pork Loin, Baby Reds, Green Beans & Spinach Apple Salad with Fresh Bread. Great fall fare.
WEEK OF 10/1: Porcupine Meatballs, Steamed Broccoli, Field Greens & Fresh Bread / Savory rice filled meatballs in a zesty tomato sauce and served with buttered broccoli, field green salad and fresh bread. You’ll love this dish, if you don’t already.
WEEK OF 10/8: Pork Chow Mein, Mandarin Cabbage Slaw & White Rice / Classic recipe including pulled pork, garlic, onion, celery, carrot and water chestnuts in a savory sauce and served with a fresh cabbage mandarin slaw and white rice.
WEEK OF 10/15: Pierogi Bake with Fresh Kielbasa, Garden Salad & Fresh Bread / An entire pan of delicious pierogies in a creamy sauce with fresh kielbasa and topped with fresh tomatoes and chives served with an Olive Garden like salad and fresh bread.
WEEK OF 10/22: Chicken and Dumplings with Berry Poppy Salad / All-white chicken, carrots, onion, celery and peas in a homemade gravy topped with warm dumplings and served with a delicious berry salad with poppy dressing. WNK client fav.
WEEK OF 10/29: My Mom’s Midwestern Ghoulash, Iceberg Salad & Fresh Bread / Well-seasoned ground beef, onions and celery with pasta in a fresh tomato sauce served with a 1980s iceberg salad and homemade ranch. A weekly standard when I was growing up – and great for pre/post trick-or-treating. This is not fancy, but it is midwestern Mom good.