Being a widower, I have the luxury of experimenting with meals. I mean, if it doesn't taste right I can toss it and eat a grilled cheese sandwich. So, I play around with food as a distraction and hobby.
Every once in a while I'm going to put a creation up. You can try it at your own peril.
Take a cut of meat appropriately sized for your family. In the pictured meal I used Top Round London Broil. [I usually buy large portions of meat at the grocery store and cut them up for single portions and freeze them. I find this saves much money and I don't have to shop that often.]
Sear the meat in a red hot skillet on all sides. Place the meat in the oven at 385° to cook for 20 to 30 minutes depending on your preference of rare to well done.
While meat is cooking, chop up squash, onion, cucumber, celery, cilantro. Cook in skillet with Smart Balance (butter if you desire) and a little vegetable broth.
While meat is cooking saute asparagus in rice vinegar and brown sugar. [Note: the taste of the asparagus will be dependent on your choice of how much vinegar and brown sugar. - Experiment. An alternative would be Raspberry infused vinegar.]
Serve with red wine of choice.