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Sunday, April 27

Week 66 Menu

There are few things I love more than chubby hands doing things.


Let’s see what we’re having this week…

MONDAY:
– Pork Chops
– Rice
– Veggie

TUESDAY:
– Something easy because I’m going to meet MARIA SHRIVER that night! Stay tuned this week for a full report!

WEDNESDAY:
– Hamburgers on the grill
– Homemade fries? or chips
– Fruit

THURSDAY:
– Leftovers

FRIDAY:
Orange Chicken (great recipe – click through!)
– Rice
– Salad

SATURDAY:
– Eat out

SUNDAY:
– Homemade pizza (with Trader Joe’s crust)

Now for your menus! And don’t forget to enter the free Rock Scissor Paper Giveaway!


11 Comments »

  1. 1
    The Bouldins

    MONDAY
    Eggplant Rounds
    pasta w/sauce

    TUESDAY
    Roasted Chicken w/40 Cloves of Garlic
    roasted asparagus

    WEDNESDAY
    tacos

    THURSDAY
    Whole Wheat Pasta Salad w/Chicken, Peppers and Beans

    FRIDAY
    Beefy Cheese Cups
    Roasted Carrots w/Honey

    SATURDAY
    Grilled Greek Chicken Kebabs w/Mint-Feta Sauce
    Spinach-Feta Turnovers
    Cous-Cous Salad

    SUNDAY
    taco pizza

  2. 2
    Jessica

    Sunday:
    -Eggplant Bolognese over pasta
    -Salad

    Monday:
    -Zucchini Quesadillas
    -Cilantro Lime Rice
    -Salad

    Tuesday:
    -Southwestern Turkey Burgers
    -Chili Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges
    -Salad

    Wednesday:
    -Egg Salad Sandwiches
    -Salad
    -Fruit?

    Thursday:
    -Trout, grilled or baked
    -Mixed Veggie Rice
    -Salad

    Friday:
    Probably Mac & Cheese or Pizza

  3. 3
    brit.brit.brit

    wow jane!! great shot. looks like you got a new table.love it!!

  4. 4
    Shane and Becca

    I have always wanted my hair to look like Maria Shriver’s. So classy!

    Sounds like fun!

  5. 5
    Rynell

    Monday: Italian chicken, wild rice, sautéd spinach

    Tuesday: chicken & veggie quesadillas, fruit salad

    Wednesday: beef roast in crockpot, smashed potatoes, broccoli

    Thursday: assorted leftovers

    Friday: crockpot enchilada casserole, green salad

    Saturday: grilled cheese sandwiches or wraps of some sort

    Sunday: baked rosemary chicken, rice pilaf, green salad

  6. 6
    Jane Maynard

    hey there bouldins… FORTY cloves of garlic?!?! really? is that a good recipe…quite intriguing, I must say.

    brit – not my table. you’ll find out where this table is soon enough in another post… 🙂

    becca…I’ll try to get a good pic of the hair for you. 😉

  7. 7
    Diana

    Maria Shriver? Wow…I can’t wait to hear the story!

    Monday:
    -Steak
    -Baked potatoes
    -Brussel sprouts for me/Green beans for boyfriend

    Tuesday:
    -Veggie pitas
    -Pickles
    -Potato chips

    Wednesday:
    -Tuscan chicken and beans
    -Couscous
    -Tossed salad

    Thursday:
    -Leftovers

    Friday:
    -Frozen pizza

  8. 8
    kristen

    It is exam time for me and things are getting crazy. Very lame and easy menu.

    Sunday:
    Steak on the grill
    Potato casserole

    Monday:
    Eat out before an event we have to attend

    Tuesday:
    Taco Night

    Wednesday:
    Baked Cannelonni

    Thursday:
    Husband’s tennis banquet for his team

    Friday:
    Eat out?!?

    Saturday:
    Eat out?!?!

    Hopefully I can take some ideas from ya’ll!

  9. 9
    EAT!

    Just stumble upon your fun blog. Can’t wait to post my menu for next week.

  10. 10
    alice

    I’m late, but at least it’s here! 🙂

    Saturday: In N Out Burger, fries, and shake (we hardly go out, so I think this is note worthy)

    Sunday: Quiche Lorraine, salad, and pumpernickel bread

    Monday: White pizza

    Tuesday: Turkey burgers with feta cheese and garlic French fries (from Trader Joe’s, good but not as good as the sweet potato fries)

    Wednesday: Going to a youth dinner 🙂

    Thursday: Skillet Chicken, bacon, asparagus, and zucchini with yum bread (as Jane would say)

    Friday: BLT’s with fruit

    Saturday: Shepherd’s Pie

    Sunday: Chili with cornbread

  11. 11
    The Bouldins

    Jane–forty cloves indeed. It was quite yummy, not at all overpowering. Got the recipe from Martha’s mag Everyday Food. Just a basic roasted chicken recipe: Take a chicken, rub with butter, salt, and pepper. Put in roasting pan and surround with some sprigs of fresh thyme, 1 TBS butter and 40 cloves of garlic. Roast, basting occasionally with pan juices.

    The best tip was how to peel all those cloves: Put the separated, unpeeled cloves in a bowl. Cover with a bowl the same size to make a ball. Shake vigorously for 45 seconds. The peel that doesn’t fall off is super easy to remove.

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