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Sunday, March 13

Week 216 Menu

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Okay, I promise this is the last Trader Joe’s talk for a while…but I tried the Aebleskiver/Danish Pancakes from the frozen section this weekend and they’re great! The girls loved them. We cooked them in the oven (not the microwave) and they were super crispy on the outside and deliciously soft on the inside. Definitely a better freezer find than the cannoli.

I can’t believe it’s time for another menu. I know I say this all the time, but where does the time go?!

MONDAY:
– Tostadas made with Chicken Tostada Goop
Guacamole and chips

TUESDAY:
Stuffed Peppers

WEDNESDAY:
– Leftovers

THURSDAY:
– Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We’ll be eating something green…need to think about it a bit!

FRIDAY:
Rachel sandwiches

SATURDAY:
– Eat out

SUNDAY:
– Continuing with the Sunday Breakfast-for-Dinner theme…I think a frittata sounds nice, flavor tbd!

Your turn! Please share your menu for the week! I love how many wonderful menus we are getting each week…thank you all!

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  1. 1
    Mindy

    We like the Danish pancakes too. Especially since they are dairy free.

  2. sun: pork chops with dijon sauce / mashed rosemary cannelini beans / roasted parmesan broccoli
    mon: spaghetti squash and spinach casserole
    tues: taco stuffed zucchini / mexican black beans
    weds: souffle stuffed chicken
    thurs: turkey chili
    fri: out
    sat: meatloaf with herbed cream sauce / mashed cauliflower

  3. 3
    Tina P.

    After looking over the menus shared by everyone last week, I realized that my days are off…I usually plan Sunday through Saturday. I guess it doesn’t really matter, so, anyways, here’s my week!

    S: Ina’s Lemon Pasta with Roasted Shrimp, Green Salad, Biscuits

    M: Meatless Monday: Chickpea Burgers, Green Bean Fries, Fresh Fruit

    T: Ball Park Dogs, Popcorn, Green Salad

    W: Cheddar Wursts, Mac & Cheese, Roasted Cabbage

    Th: St. Pats! Guiness and Onion Soup, Emerald Isle Slaw, Chocolate Stout Cupcakes

    F: Grilled Pastrami Reubens, Coleslaw

    S: Homemade Pizza

  4. 4
    Nancy Deininger

    my son spent last year in Denmark and was so excited to find these at home!
    Sunday – spaghetti with salad
    monday – Pi day! chicken pot pi and apple pi for desert!
    tuesday – hamburgers and homemade chips
    wednesday – thai chicken curry with rice
    thursday – corned beef and cabbage!
    friday – out – barleyjuice concert!
    saturday – out! – older son home for spring break! – one week til my daughter’s wedding!

  5. 5
    Carrie Z

    Sun- Chicken Capri Pasta and Italian Everything Bread
    Mon- Pizza Burgers and tots
    Tue- French Toast and turkey bacon
    Weds- Fettucine Alfredo and garlic toast
    Thurs- Spinach Quiche and sausage
    Fri- Martha’s Mac and Cheese, hot dogs
    Sat- Mom’s day off

  6. I am being indecisive about dinners this week & I just need to commit & go for it! Here goes . . .

    Sunday: Mushroom Quesadillas
    Monday: Linguine with Clam Sauce
    Tuesday: Cream of Mushroom Soup
    Wednesday: out or leftovers
    Thursday: Fontina & mushroom French bread pizza
    Friday: Breakfast for dinner
    Saturday: out

    Yes, I am aware I’m eating mushrooms 3X–single girl’s gotta make the most of the produce before it goes bad! :)

  7. I’m using odds and ends from the storecupboard and freezer, plus little bits and pieces I can pick up on the way home; we’re managing without a big supermarket shop this week.

    Mon – Harissa chicken with apricots and bulghar wheat
    Tue – Lasagne (using leftover slow-cooked beef sauce)
    Wed – Kale and bacon spring pasta
    Thu – Carrot and lentil soup
    Fri – Chicken and broccoli farfalle with orange and mustard sauce
    Sat – Courgette, broad bean & bacon pasta shells with a cheese sauce
    Sun – Aubergine roulade

    With a proviso that this is all subject to change as I have a mad week in work coming up!

  8. We’re really enjoying the Florida spring weather! Time lighten and freshen up the menu!

    Sunday: Homemade BBQ Chicken pizza
    Monday: Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe (Smitten Kitchen..peer pressure from menus last week!)
    Tuesday: Chickpeas with Cilantro & Paprika (Three Many Cooks)
    Wednesday: Dinner at church
    Thursday: Artwalk at the beach!…that means pizza at Joseph’s!
    Friday: Corned Beef in the slow cooker (St. Pat’s one day late!)
    Saturday: Out.

  9. 9
    Angela

    Sigh! Is it just me or are grocery prices getting out of control? It seems like every week I try harder to plan less expensive meals and shop the sales but wind up spending more.

    Sun: Chicken enchiladas
    Mon: Blueberry pancakes
    Tues: Lentil curry
    Wed: English muffin pizzas
    Thurs: Cream of asparagus soup with homemade bread
    Fri: Leftovers or eat out
    Sat: Pulled pork sandwiches and coleslaw

  10. 10
    Jane Maynard

    I forgot wednesday is st. patrick’s day! I took spaghetti off the plan and am going to start thinking about a fun st paddy’s feast! :)

  11. Actually thought about a menu this week. For real…

    Sunday: The last quart of seafood bisque in my freezer.
    Monday: Roasted pork tenderloin quinoa blend, asparagus.
    Tuesday: Penne and broccoli.
    Wednesday: Honey-mustard turkey breast with string beans and a grain to be named later.
    Thursday: Chicken in a white wine and mushroom sauce with brown rice.
    Friday: Work event.
    Saturday: Takeout and basketball.

  12. 12
    Meg

    To battle that stuck-in-a-dinner-rut feeling, I’m trying to attempt a least one new-to-me recipe each week

    Monday: Shepherd’s Pie and peas
    Tuesday: Firecracker Salmon (this week’s new-to-me recipe) w/salad and nan
    http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/firecracker-grilled-alaska-salmon/Detail.aspx
    Wednesday:Linguini w/peppers and onions
    Thursday: Trader Joes’s chicken potstickers w/soba noodles, peanut sauce and snap peas
    Friday: Homemade Pizza
    Saturday: Marcella Hazan’s Roast Chicken w/2 lemons (a family favorite)
    http://www.jmdl.com/guitar/marian/Recipes/rchicken.htm
    Sunday: leftovers

  13. 13
    Erika B.

    Sunday-Fried Egg, Caramelized Onion and Parmesan Sandwiches, Spinach, Strawberries
    Monday-Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Roasted Asparagus (TWFD), Salad, Pear Apple
    Tuesday-Leftover Spaghetti, Baby Bok Choy, Salad, Kiwi
    Wednesday-Red Lentil Stew or Crunchy Chickpeas, Curried Veggies, Jasmin Rice, Kiwi
    Thursday-Leftover Indian Food, Blood Oranges
    Friday-Out

  14. 14
    Candra

    Fri: Out
    Sat: Choo’s Marinaded Chicken + Fresh Veggies w/ Buttermilk Dressing
    Sun: Spaghetti + Roasted Asparagus + Green Salad (w/ leftover dressing)
    Mon: Breakfast Burritos + Fruit + Yogurt
    Tues: Italian Marinaded Chicken + Mashed Turnips + Buttermilk Rolls
    Wed: Asian Chicken & Cabbage Salad
    Thur: {St Patrick’s Day} Pesto Pizza + Roasted Asparagus + Green fruit salad
    Fri: Leftovers from freezer w/ Buttermilk Rolls OR Steel Cut Oats w/ Fruit

  15. 15
    Beth

    My first menu so excited!:)

    Fri 11 Spaghetti and Meatballs

    Sat 12 top your own Pizza

    Sun13 Tortellini Ham Asparagus

    Mon14 Minestrone soup and Grilled cheese

    Tue15 Chicken Sandwiches and tator tots

    Wed 16 Hot Dish chicken spaghetti

    Thur17 Breakfast for dinner

  16. 16
    Suzi

    Just had a (time consuming) kitchen flop trying to make homemade English muffins. But, I’m gonna pick myself up and look forward to a tasty week regardless!

    Sunday – veggie bagel sandwiches (cream cheese with scallions, red pepper, cucumber, sprouts, avocado and cheese)
    Monday – breakfast sandwiches and homefries
    Tuesday – cauliflower, potato and chick pea curry
    Wednesday – taking advantage of a buy one get, one free Spring break special at a local gourmet restaurant we’ve never tried
    Thursday – corned beef, potatoes and cabbage in the crock pot
    Friday – BLTs
    Saturday – Reubens on pumpernickel bagel sandwiches (we splurged on good bagels from a local shop)

  17. My husband is traveling this week, so my menu isn’t extremely exciting. ;)
    Monday- Black Bean Sausage Soup
    Tuesday- Ground Turkey Joe’s With Sweet Potatoes
    Wednesday- Leftovers
    Thursday- Sweet Potato Burritos
    Friday- Chickpea Curry Dish
    Saturday- Out for Thai
    Sunday- To Be Decided. :)

  18. 18
    Heidi

    Sun – roasted chicken breasts with ravioli
    Mon – chicken, brocc sausage on pasta
    Tues – beef barley crockpot soup
    Wed. out with my son for burgers
    Thurs – barbecue skillet
    Fri – cube steak topped with stuffing and balsamic tomatoes.

  19. 19
    Jenn

    Happy St. Patrick’s everyone!!!

    Monday – Baked veggie risotto (Weight Watchers), braised red cabbage, salad

    Tuesday – Baked garlic chicken breasts (WW), leftover risotto, greenbeans

    Wednesday – Indian chicken and vegetable stir fry (Eating Well), brown rice, sauted broccoli w/ sesame seeds

    Thursday – Shepherd’s Pie w/ ground lamb (Prevention), black eyed peas, salad

    Friday – Leftovers

    Saturday – Leftovers or Out

    Sunday – Chik ‘N Grits (Cooking Light), turnip greens, salad

  20. Monday: spinach quiche

    Tuesday: I’ll be out of town visiting a friend so Ben will be left to fend for himself!

    Wednesday: chicken pot pie

    Thursday: chicken stir fry for the birthday boy

    Friday: Stovetop Tex-Mex Mac and Cheese with Toasted Cornbread Crumbs

    Saturday: Calzones

    Sunday: leftovers

  21. 21
    maria

    Mon – butternut squash and black bean burrito bowls
    Tues – spaghetti with olive oil & lemon
    Wed – tuna salad sandwiches
    Thurs – Mediterranean Chopped salad in Pita Pockets
    Fri – Black Bean Burgers
    Sat – Pizza

    also – excited to make these cupcakes for St. Patrick’s Day! http://annies-eats.net/2009/10/16/guinness-baileys-cupcakes/

  22. 22
    Anna

    St Patrick’s Day is Thursday :-)

  23. 23
    Aaron

    I second that I will be celebrating St. Paddy’s on Thursday like a normal person.

  24. 24
    Lisa

    Thanks for all of the great ideas and links to recipes!

    Sun – Corned Beef & Cabbages (St. Pat’s Day early!)
    Mon – Parmesan crusted sole, orzo pilaf,& baby bok choy
    Tues – Taco Night
    Wed – Burgers & Onion Rings
    Thurs – Stuffed Peppers (thanks Jane – looks great!)
    Fri – Pasta Carbonara
    Sat – Meatloaf & Mac n Cheese (Martha)

  25. 25
    Jenny

    Sunday: Picked up my parents from the airport over dinner time. Easy dinner for hubby and kids. Pork Roast in the crockpot, rolls, green beans, salad
    Monday: Grilled cheese, tomato-basil soup, apples
    Tuesday: Pork tacos, chips/guac/salsa, fruit salad
    Wednesday:Hubby cooks. Tator tot hotdish, salad
    Thursday: Hubby cooks. Beef Stew, rolls
    Friday:Hubby’s out with friends, breakfast for dinner?
    Saturday: Sichuan Chicken, rice, egg rolls

  26. 26
    Soybeanlover

    With the rolling blackouts I’m potentially stuck without an oven…here goes stove top only cooking.
    I’ll try to make rolls during the lighted times.

    M – oyako donburi and salad
    T – spaghetti
    W – yakisoba
    Th – veggie stir fry or spinach soup
    F – chili
    S – Costco run, so whatever we can pick up there
    Su – a la hubby

  27. 27
    Vinna

    mon – Roasted jerusalem artichokes & paprika chicken
    tues – Kim chi & tofu casserole
    wed – Asian chicken salad
    thur – Cod fish pasta
    fri – Spicy sweet beef empanadas w salsa
    sat – Chicken & shitake glutinous rice / Creme Brulee
    sun – Pulled pork s’wiches w coleslaw

  28. 28
    Kim

    We get a short week because we get to go to CA for a wedding this week!!!

    Mon–Beef Stew, cheese or garlic bread, salad
    Tuesday–some type of pasta and salad
    Wed–Leftovers to clean out the fridge
    Thurs–on vacation!
    Friday–wedding reception
    Sat–family dinner (that I don’t have to plan :))
    Sun–family dinner

  29. 29
    Brandi

    Mon: Sausage with peppers and onions on a hoagie roll; http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Italian-Sausage-Peppers-and-Onions/Detail.aspx
    Tues: Spinach Mushroom Quesadillas
    Wed: Pasta w/ Tomato Cream Sauce; http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2010/09/pasta-with-tomato-cream-sauce/
    Thurs: Corned Beef & Cabbage
    Fri: make your own pizza w/ Waldorf Salad (minus the Chicken)
    Sat: mom’s night off = leftovers
    Sun: breakfast for dinner

    After your posts about TJ’s, I think it is worth the 45 minute drive to our nearest one just so I can stock up on all of your yummy suggestions.

    • Jane Maynard

      there are lots of great non-perishable items you can totally stock up on – last time my sister-in-law drove to california, she filled the car! :) and 45 minutes, you could even do a cooler for the freezer stuff…would be a fund trip! :)

  30. 30
    Mrs. Day

    Working a lot of nights this week, so I need dinner that can be packed to-go:

    Monday: Chicken w/ yogurt sauce, red cabbage and potatoes
    Tuesday: Moroccan Carrots and Lentils over Whole Wheat Couscous
    Wednesday: Egg Salad Sandwich, an apple, and yogurt
    Thursday: Leftovers or Amy’s Frozen Veggie Lasagna
    Friday: Salmon Patties and Arugula Salad
    Saturday: Dinner Date

    • Mrs. Day

      Forgot Thursday is St. Patty’s Day, till I read all the other posts! Menu Change: Thursday, Corned Beef Sandwich from Katz Deli!!!

  31. 31
    Michelle D

    Monday: slow cooker baked beans with mac and cheese
    Tuesday: leftovers
    Wednesday: Beef and snowpeas
    Thursday: Lasagna and homemade bread sticks
    Friday: Nachos
    Saturday: roasted veggie ravioli with mixed green salad
    Sunday: pizza and salad

  32. 32
    Angie

    It’s been a rough weekend, but I think we’re good to go for this week…

    Sun – Beer Can Chicken on the grill with Confetti Pasta Salad
    Mon – Sloppy Joes
    Tue – Flank steak/Carne Asada Tacos & Corn Souffle
    Wed – leftovers
    Thu – Freezer meal (TBD)
    Fri – Balsamic Chicken Sammies w/ goat cheese & sundried tomatoes – and Confetti Pasta Salad
    Sat – out to eat!!

    Happy St Patty’s Day!

  33. 33
    Kidkopf

    Sunday: Pasta e Fagioli soup, caesar salad, breadsticks
    Monday: Sausage, Basil & Sun-dried tortellini, something green
    Tuesday: Soup leftovers, salad, biscuits
    Wednesday: Leftovers or Spaghetti
    Thursday: Corned Beef dinner, soda bread, good butter!
    Friday: Tomato soup, grilled cheese
    Saturday: Pot roast & potato pancakes

  34. 34
    allison

    I forgot about St. Patrick’s Day as well. May need to retune the line up but, here it is as of now.

    Sunday: grilled sausages, corn spoon bread and roasted brussel sprouts
    Monday: turkey chili and corn bread
    Tuesday: chicken enchilada casserole
    Wednesday: leftovers
    Thursday: whole wheat banana bread, eggs and melon
    Friday: take out or leftovers
    Saturday: take out

    Dessert: yellow cupcakes with chocolate butter frosting and warm chocolate souffles

    http://sweetflours.blogspot.com/2011/03/menu-planning-18-march-13th.html

  35. 35
    Tamara

    Sunday – grilled flank steak, asparagus, roasted sweet potatoes
    Monday – Veggie pad thai, pot stickers, watermelon
    Tuesday – Leftovers (chicken tortilla soup from last Saturday and whatever is left from the other meals!)
    Wednesday – Chicken and butternut squash chili, cornbread
    Thursday – Swai fillets, couscous and steamed broccoli
    Friday – pizza
    Saturday – out

  36. 36
    Kirsten

    Where does the time go? I feel like I just came up with my menu for last week… Well, this week is all about quick-and-easy for us. On Thursday, we’re headed out of town for a long weekend. Plus, we’re getting ready to move, so will be busy packing our apartment in addition to our bags. In short, not a ton of time to cook big elaborate meals. So we’ll be keeping it simple but yummy:

    Sunday: Tofu with Brussels Sprouts

    Monday: Pizza with Shaved Asparagus, Lemon & Pine Nuts

    Tuesday: Simple Spaghetti

    Wednesday: Sesame Noodles with Tofu, Cucumber & Arame (http://missiondelectable.wordpress.com/2011/02/23/sesame-noodles-with-tofu-cucumber-arame/). Yes, I made these last week too. I just couldn’t resist making them again; they’re so good, and so easy. The only problem with these noddles is going to be resisting making them all the time…

    Thursday: Head to Utah for a long ski weekend. This surely means that plenty of meat, potatoes, and beer will be consumed! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  37. Monday – Out to dinner
    Tuesday – Turkey Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries
    Wednesday -Shrimp Tacos (from How Sweet It Is) and Rice
    Thursday – Off to the Pub to celebrate St. Patty’s Day!
    Friday – Homemade White Pizza and Salad
    Saturday – Vegetable Barley Dish and Homemade Bread
    Sunday – Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner at friend’s house

  38. 38
    Michelle

    Monday–Homeade chicken pot pie (for Pi day), roasted asparagus with lemon butter, chunky applesauce, TBA pie for dessert

    Tuesday–Coconut shrimp over toasted pine nut couscous, sweet potatoes, tropical broccoli salad, naan

    Wednesday–Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup

    Thursday–Fish and Chips

    Friday–Italian or out

  39. 39
    Jen McDonald

    All the talk of Trader Joe’s makes me SOOOO jealous! Wish we had one here or even sorta close to here…but we don’t so I will just continue to live vicariously through everyone who does live close to one.

  40. 40
    Nabeela

    Monday:
    Fenugreek-Green Garlic Toor Dal with Rice, Chocolate Pudding for dessert
    Tuesday:
    Chicken Bell Pepper Stir Fry(the farmer’s market has bell peppers now!!) with rice, Chocolate Almond Biscotti to dunk in coffee :)
    Wednesday:
    Leftovers
    Thursday:
    Cauliflower Pasta & Chocolate Sour Cream Bundt Cake for dessert
    Friday:
    T-Bone Steaks with Roasted Potatoes

  41. 41
    Bri

    Oh, SO late posting this week! Sigh. Okay, here goes:
    Sunday: Salmon-rice strudel in phyllo dough, roasted asparagus and beets
    Monday: “pasta poulet” with salad and sliced fruit
    Tuesday: Slow cooker corned beef with cabbage and carrots (yes, I know — not St. Patrick’s Day yet, but it’s slow cooker night and that’s how I roll!)
    Wednesday: Tuna panini, kale chips, and fruit
    Thursday: Corned beef hash, poached eggs, and fruit cobbler (There! Corned beef for St. Patrick’s Day after all!)
    Friday: Fend night
    Saturday: Birthday celebration — I’m not cooking!
    This month’s plan can be found at http://redroundorgreen.wordpress.com/meal-plans/

  42. 42
    Jane Maynard

    thank you all for your menus! and…it’s never too late to add your menu to the list, they’re always helpful!!! :)

  43. 43
    Melanie

    Way behind-it’s Spring Break and people are coming/going a lot this week!

    Mushroom Cube Steaks
    Herbed Cheese Omlets
    Chicken Stuffed Mushrooms & Swiss Cheese
    St. Pat’s-Beef Stew, Irish Soda Bread, Mint Brownies
    Nachos
    Breakfast Pizza

  44. 44
    Jessica

    Sat – homemade pizza (sausage & spinach)
    Sun – tuna noodle casserole
    Mon – roast chicken, risotto, broccoli
    Tues – quesadilla’s w/ leftover chicken, vegs, cheeses, leftover risotto
    Wed – sloppy joes, homefries, veg
    Thurs – homemade veggie pizza
    Fri – dinner w/ neighbors
    sat – shepherds pie

  45. 45
    Sarah

    Monday: Ginger chicken, sesame cabbage salad & sticky rice
    Tuesday: Tofu cacciatore, vegetable antipasto & spring salad with a homemade french batard
    Wednesday: Steak with Grilled Tomato Relish, sauteed zucchini & Provencal roasted red potatoes
    Thursday: Green soup, Green Mac’n’Cheese & Green Kiwi Mousse
    Friday: Vegetarian Chili-pie (aka chili layered with corn chips, mustard and cheddar cheese)

  46. Oh wow! I can’t belive it’s taken me so long to find this blog!!! Can’t wait to post my menu here next week. Looking forward to a long relationship with you TWFD ♥ You can never have enough ideas. Will certainly be sharing this site with my “Mealy Monday” readers. Cheers!

    • Jane Maynard

      I’m so happy you’re happy to have found the blog! :) look forward to seeing your menus each week!

  47. 47
    Thalia

    Loved seeing aebleskiver in this week’s post! I was introduced to it by my best friend (who met a wonderful man online, fell in love, and moved to Denmark to be with him) one Christmas when she and her now husband came to visit. We actually made it in his grandma’s special pan. Last Christmas, my husband and I went to visit and we had more aebleskiver, this time from the freezer section just like you! The Danish eat them with powdered sugar just like your photo, but also dip them in jam.

    • Jane Maynard

      how fun! :) and, even though it’s not in the picture, those little aebleskiver you see in that photo were dipped in copious amounts of peach freezer jam :) yum!

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