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Sunday, April 17

Week 221 Menu

First off, I’m addicted to Yorkshire Pudding. Addicted, I tell ya. Plus, they re-heat so well. 1 minute in the microwave, then a minute or two in the toaster oven to crisp them up. Heaven.

Secondly, thank you all for your absolutely wonderful Kitchen Disaster stories this week. And, please, pretty please go read through my list of favorites. It’s a perfect weekend read…or anytime read, really. My mom told me yesterday she actually read every single comment and was dying laughing the whole time. I put that handy dandy list together for you assuming you might not be as crazy as my mom and me to sit down and read a bazillion comments.

Thirdly, my in-laws are coming to visit this week. WOO-HOOOOO!!! People don’t believe me when I say I love my in-laws. I really do. I could live with them. Seriously. When we planned their trip, we didn’t realize that they fly home Easter morning (whoops!), so we’re having our Easter celebrations on Saturday. We’ll be writing a little note to the Easter Bunny to see if he/she/it can come a day early. I hope he/she/it will oblige!

MONDAY:
– Pulled chicken sandwiches (in the freezer)
– Coleslaw

TUESDAY:
– Driving to Yosemite, so restaurant eating

WEDNESDAY:
– Driving home from Yosemite, more restaurant eating

THURSDAY:
Aaron and Lindsay’s Chicken Tortilla Soup Extravaganza

FRIDAY:
Asian Spinach Salad
Roasted cauliflower with green garlic

SATURDAY:
– Ham, probably, but will decide with Pat (mi madre-in-law) when they get here
Sliced roasted golden beets with spinach and goat cheese salad
– Sugar Snap Peas
– Homemade rolls
Funeral Potatoes (if we go with ham, that is), or maybe twice-baked potatoes if we have some sort of other meat
– Dessert – I think we’ll be making Easter cookies or mini cupcakes or something fun to decorate with “Mimi”

SUNDAY:
– Leftovers! Which makes for a nice, relaxing Easter for me!

Your turn to share your menus! It’s a special week – Passover and Easter. I can’t wait to see what you’ll be eating! If you have any recipes to share with us for either holiday, please do!!!

Handy reminder: If you’re dying eggs this coming weekend, remember to buy them early this week! Older eggs that are boiled peel much better than super fresh eggs. Harold McGee says so. Plus, if the store runs out, you’ll be all set. 😉

Pregnancy update: Sickness is abating. I only had to take my medicine 3 times this week. We’re almost back to normal! AND…we find out in two days if the baby is a boy or girl! Now’s the time to place your bets!


57 Comments »

  1. 1
    Nina

    So glad you are feeling better! Morning sickness is the worst! Here’s what we had last week. http://www.mommacooks.net

  2. sun: ny strip steaks / roasted asparagus / mashed potatoes
    mon: homemade pizzas / salad
    tues: souffle stuffed chicken / salad
    weds: sausage, kale, and chickpea soup
    thurs: taco salad
    fri: white bean and warm spinach salad with poached eggs
    sat: white chicken chili

  3. I love yorkshire pudding too! I use muffin tins when I do them, and they get super puffy if the batter is room temp.
    I’m not sure yet what our menu plan will be this week, probably pretty simple because we’re going out of town to visit my parents for Easter so I won’t need to plan for those days (yay!). I wanted to make Easter cake pops but not sure we’ll have time.

  4. Somehow, I missed the call for kitchen disasters stories. I once fell asleep while making a pot of chicken noodle soup. I tossed some egg noodles in the soup and left it on stove to cook for dinner. I had timed it perfectly to when The Wife was supposed to arrive. She gets home and finds me asleep, so she sits down for a nap. Three hours later, we both awake. The noodles were cooked alright. They superexpanded then fused themselves to the bottom of the stockpot. Ended up with pizza for dinner and 90 minutes of me and a putty knife scraping burned noodles. Disgusting.

    Sunday: Homemade pizzas — spinach; portabellas, goat cheese and caramelized shallots; sausage; pizza margherita.
    Monday: Penne with chicken, portabellas and goat cheese
    Tuesday: Cream of tomato and quinoa soup (http://a1dente.wordpress.com/2011/01/17/soup-week-it-begins/)
    Wednesday: Pork tenderloin with mustard dill sauce (http://a1dente.wordpress.com/2011/03/10/thursday-dinner-pork-tenderloin-with-mustard-dill-sauce/)
    Thursday: Chicken TBA
    Friday: Out
    Saturday: Pizza before everyone else goes to Easter vigil.

  5. 5
    Jenn

    Hey! I know my odds are 50/50, but I had a hard time deciding whether to vote girl or boy. My final decision is (drum roll, please): Girl! My parents had three girls, so it just seemed to fit. As for my menu this week, we’ve got a lot of planned events going on:

    Sunday: Cook out at a friend’s house. I’m bringing pesto & cheese tortellini salad and an appetizer that is still tbd.

    Monday: Speghetti (w/tofu), salad, french bread

    Tues: Leftovers

    Wednesday: Leftovers?

    Thursday: having friends over: pulled pork bbq, baked mac & cheese, red cabbage & green apple slaw, deviled eggs, cookies & cream fudge.

    Friday: Dinner at a friend’s. I’m bringing a side and an appetizer still tbd.

    Sat: Leftovers

  6. 6
    Nancy Deininger

    sunday – beef tenderloin on the grill with potatoes and salad
    monday – Phillies game ! Dollar dog night!
    Tuesday – making pasta! salad and garlic bread
    wednesday – bbq chicken (Neil )
    Thursday – mexican chicken with refried black beans and rice
    friday – going to WVU to visit older son for Easter
    saturday – WVU
    Sunday – brunch in WVU the drive home

  7. 7
    T.

    Sunday: Roast Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Fried Zucchini
    Meatless Monday: Pumpkin Spaghetti with Mushrooms and Zucchini, Green salad (Had some of the yummy sauce from last week so we are doing it again!)
    Tuesday: Chicken Fried Rice, Stir-fried Veggies
    Wednesday: Beef and Cheese Quesadillas, Cinnamon Apples
    Thursday: Sloppy Joes, Oven Fries, Green Salad
    Friday – Pizza Night! Homemade Meatball Pizza, Fresh Fruit
    Saturday – Out for Dinner and a show!
    Sunday: Family Easter potluck – not sure what I’ll be bringing, we haven’t had the fight…er, made the decision yet on who gets to bring what.

  8. 8
    Katie

    I just sent a menu to my sister who has three kids and works full time. She lives hundreds of miles away from me but I figured I could try to help her out in the meal planning department. My mom watches her kids during the day sometimes and they usually just stay for dinner on those nights. Here it is…

    Mon: turkey meatloaf (barefoot contessa), mashed potatoes, green beans
    Tue: dinner at grandma’s house
    Wed: breakfast for dinner–waffles with strawberries or blueberries, turkey sausage patties
    Thu: dinner at grandma’s house
    Fri: dinner at grandma’s house
    Sat: order pizza or make pasta with peas and ricotta (recipe on this site–thanks!)
    Sun: lunch/dinner at grandma’s house for easter

    Grandma’s got a lot work to do this week!

    • Jane Maynard

      that’s why I even started this blog…just so that I could share my menus with my brother who lived far away! that’s smart (and sweet) of you to think to send your plans! 🙂

  9. •Sunday- Kitchen Sink Quesadillas
    •Monday- Spaghetti Fundraiser Dinner
    •Tuesday- Fried Onion Chicken, Stuffing, and Fancy Coleslaw
    •Wednesday- French Onion Soup with Turkey & Cheese Paninis
    •Thursday- Ground Sausage Stroganoff
    •Friday- Sushi Friday (sushi & a movie date night at home)
    •Saturday- Open Day

    thebumbleinthebee.blogspot.com

  10. 10
    Emily

    Phew! I don’t know what work will look like this week, so i may change days for some!

    Monday-Whew! After a weekend in a professional kitchen, Mondays are usually gone by the wayside. I’ll manage to feed myself!
    Tuesday-Running with my sister after work, and then to our fave sub shop (buy one get one free coupon is prompting us to go since we haven’t in awhile). 🙂
    Wednesday-Artichokes with clarified butter…with…something?
    Thursday-TOMS Pizza! (Tomatoes, onion, mushroom, spicy sausage) Maybe some spinach and fennel, too.
    Friday-Fritatta or quiche using some veggies mentioned + swiss +ham (staples for lunch sandwiches)
    Saturday-Yorkshire pudding! I can’t wait! I’m going to see if this will work with a thick soup I made in place of bread/rolls/biscuit (after all, it was intended to be consumed with beef and gravy!). If I don’t like it with my soup, it’ll get some red currant jam and be dessert!
    Sunday-BIG Easter brunch….That I’ll be cooking at work. I’ll be visiting my family in the evening for leftovers!

    I’ve got a bunch of cilantro and mint i need to use up. Any suggestions? I’ve made so much guac, rice/beans, “mexican” that I’m sick of it! I’m thinking I’ll pick and freeze the cilantro. As for the mint….?

  11. Ok, totally making this up as I go along…

    Monday: Chipotle
    Tuesday: Veggie burgers and roasted potatoes
    Wednesday: Homemade pizza night
    Thursday: Probably at the inlaws for egg dying
    Friday: Not sure yet

    Have a great week everybody!

  12. 12
    Whitney

    Sunday: Leftovers for lunch and takeout pizza for dinner
    Monday: eating out with all the family
    Tuesday: Mostaccioli casserole
    Wednesday: Applesauce Barbecue Chicken, garlic salted green beans, rolls
    Thursday: Creamy Chicken Rice Soup
    Friday: Pork chops, scalloped potatoes, rolls
    Saturday: Beef tacos, Mexican rice and leftovers

  13. 13
    Vicki

    The weather is warm one day, cold the next, warm, cold – tough to figure out if it should be a soup night or a BBQ night! Thx for the tip about boiling eggs & glad to hear the sickness is subsiding!

    Mon – fish, veggies, rolls
    Tues – beef bolognese w/bread
    Wed – yakisoba noodles, steamed veggies, salad
    Thrs – homemade pizza w/sliced fruit
    Fri – pork sandwiches (using Costco pulled pork) w/ Jello & chips
    Sat – out with family
    Sun – tri-tip BBQ Easter dinner with family

  14. 14
    Candra

    I’m going to guess that it’s a Boy. Just mix things up a little at your house.

    I made your Puffed Oven Pancakes this morning and as they were baking in the oven I read your recipe post more carefully and saw the Yorkshire Pudding update. Luckily they were still delicious (as always) but we’ll have to try the “pudding” soon since you’re obviously a HUGE fan.

    We’re just keeping it simple around here this week.

    Fri: Leftovers
    Sat: Puffed Oven Pancakes w/ fresh strawberries + OJ
    Sun: Choo’s Chicken + Jasmine Rice + Green Salad
    Mon: Breakfast Burritos + Grapefruit
    Tues: Turkey Burgers {make extra patties for freezer} + Corn-on-the-Cob + Fruit Salad
    Wed: Mini Pizzas + Green Salad
    Thur: Chicken Nuggets + Peas + Fruit

    (Taking Strawberry Spinach Saladd w/ Lemon Poppyseed Vinaigrette to a Baby Shower)

  15. 15
    Lynn BB

    I’m betting boy, we had two girls and then were pleasantly thrilled with a son, but did not want to know ahead of time.

    Mon: ??? Husband is traveling, I’ve got Bunco. Probably will send the teens out for their dinner.
    Tue: Burgers after son’s baseball game.
    Wed: Crispy baked chicken breasts and salad
    Thurs: Pork tenderloin, mac and cheese
    Fri: Out, daughter coming home from college
    Sat: Probably out
    Sun: Brunch out, dinner deviled eggs and something grilled for my husband, who’ll be traveling and won’t be home until late afternoon.

  16. 16
    Erika B.

    Sunday-Turkey Breast Tacos and Strawberries
    Monday-Spinach Tomato and Ricotta Pizza (farmer’s market), Baby Broccoli with Toasted Garlic Butter, Apples
    Tuesday-Leftover Tacos, Sugar Snap Peas and Oranges
    Wednesday-Quinoa Casserole (no time last week), Artichokes, Apples
    Thursday-Leftover Casserole, Asparagus, Strawberries
    Friday-Out

  17. That time of week again! Glad to hear that your MS is starting to settle down Jane. I’d go as far to say as I would rather iron for 1 week straight than have morning sickness again – lol.

    Anyway – here’s this week’s menu all the way from Australia!

    M: Garlic Prawns with Rice and Steamed Broccolini (a couple of cold’s have appeared this week – Garlic should give them a knock on the head)
    T: Left over Tuna Mornay with salad
    W: Butter Chicken
    T: Freezer Night
    F: Fish and Chips
    S & S: Delicious fare from the Isle of Tasmania!

    The family is heading to Tasmania for two weeks holidays – can’t wait! Look forward to catching up on all the menu’s when we return.

    Be sure to check out my blog ‘Raising Will’ for lots of Meal Plans and Recipes! http://raisingwill.wordpress.com <3

  18. 18
    Jenny

    Sunday: Maple Mustard Chicken Thighs, quinoa, carrots
    Monday: Breakfast for dinner. French toast, sausage, strawberries
    Tuesday: I planned for sweet and sour pork but I had 4 chicken thighs left so I may use those and make creamy chicken taquitos instead.
    Wednesday: Hubby cooks. Chicken fajitas, chips and salsa, Southwest salad
    Thursday: Hubby cooks. Hot dogs, beans, fruit salad, chips (pushed from last week)
    Friday: Homemade Pizza night, salad
    Saturday: Thanksgiving casserole (kind of a shepherds pie with turkey, gravy and stuffing under mashed potatoes)

  19. 19
    Amy M.

    I think the weather is on the upswing here in Northern Virginia! We have had so much rain. Can’t wait for warmer weather. So proud of myself, actually stuck to the menu last week! So what if the hubby was out of town three nights :)) I stuck to it! This week is Spring Break here, so we will see!

    Monday:Hubby is on his own, we are going to Scranton (or Scrambled as Liv says)
    Tuesday: Spaghetti and Meatballs
    Wednesday: Hoisin Flank Steak with Asian Cucumber Slaw
    Thursday: Halibut Meuniere
    Friday: Chicken and Rice Casserole
    Saturday: Dijon Pork Loin with Krash Potatoes and Tangy Green Beans
    Sunday: Roasted Chicken and Potatoes

    • Jane Maynard

      I’m super impressed you stuck with it even though your husband was gone – good job!!

  20. 20
    Tamsin

    Mon – Pasta with spicy tomato sauce and salad (and the last remaining slice of chocolate cake!)
    Tues – Merguez sausages with cous cous and ratatouille
    Weds – Lasagna tart from 101 Cookbooks
    Thurs – Left over tart
    Fri – Fish tacos
    Sat – Turkey stirfry and rice
    Sunday – Garlic and anchovy roasted lamb with dauphinoise potatoes and green beans. Easter biscuits or simnel cake for dessert.

  21. 21
    Kelsey

    Mmm…that Yorkshire Pudding looks amazing! I’ve never had it before, so I’ll have to try my hand soon!

    Our vegetarian/omnivore meal plan is here: http://mrsdexter.wordpress.com/2011/04/18/meal-plan-monday-4-18-11/

  22. 22
    Soybeanlover

    I vote boy, either way it’ll be exciting to find out! Have fun in Yosemite.

    We are getting ready for our yearly pilgrimage to UT on Saturday, so this week is mostly eating what’s in the fridge. Though we get the added challenge of family wide colds, and an infant who appears to be allergic to milk.

    M – pork, bean & veggie soup
    T – Udon or ramen
    W – Tonkatsu w/ cabbage, rice and miso
    Th – home made pizza
    F – left overs or instant something
    S – airline food
    Sat #2 & Sun -a la grandma!!!

  23. 23
    Michelle

    Monday-Ham, Hashbrown Casserole, and Strawberry Spinach Salad with Poppyseed dressing
    Tuesday-Cold Peanut Asian Noodle Salad
    Wednesday-Leftovers
    Thursday-Husband’s birthday, out for dinner
    Friday-Steaks on the grill
    Saturday-Out
    Sunday-Prime Rib at parent’s house for Easter

  24. 24
    Erin

    Sunday: hamburger hot dish
    Monday: Stracciatella (Italian Egg Drop Soup), Caesar Salad
    Tuesday: Farmers Market
    Wednesday: Something with our CSA basket and Salmon
    Thursday: Chicken Parmesan and fresh Pepper Pasta
    Friday: Shrimp Tacos
    Saturday: Hubbs is in charge, no idea
    Sunday: Easter Ham, scalloped potatoes, some sort of veggie

  25. 25
    Sarah

    Sunday: Breakfast for dinner
    Monday: Pork sandwiches and veggies
    Tuesday: Italian beef sandwiches via Everyday Easy
    Wednesday: More Italian beef
    Thursday: Smoked sausage and creamy noodles
    Friday: Leftovers/clean out the fridge
    Saturday/Sunday: Home for Easter!

  26. 26
    Brandi

    Mon: saw someone put down sloppy joes and now I’m copying (love this website for that reason)
    Tues: Mushroom Ravioli and salad
    Wed: Brisket, potatoes, veggie
    Thurs: Chicken tortilla soup
    Fri: Pizza
    Sat: Sandwiches
    Sun: Ham and the fixings

    • Jane Maynard

      I love that you love it for that reason…that’s what I hope happens when you’re all planning, so glad it does!! 🙂

  27. 27
    Lynn

    Monday: chili dogs
    Tuesday: Ham (leftover from my son’s birthday party), mashed potatoes and a veggie
    Wednesday: dad in the kitchen so either Pasta or Breakfast
    Thursday: ribs, fries (sweet potato for us, regular for kids), and a veggie
    Good Friday: fasting for most of the day and fish & chips for dinner
    Saturday: pizza
    Sunday – two meals at both sets of parents!!!!! I am sure pasta, ham, potatoes, veggies, desserts (I am bringing cakes).

  28. This week is my birthday, Easter, and getting ready for a friend’s wedding in Vegas next week. Not very conducive to losing/maintaining my weight for the dress for the wedding…

    Sun: Mom’s Roast (in the crockpot) with oven-roasted carrots & potatoes
    Mon: Ground turkey taco salads
    Tue: Frozen (Dinner Station)
    Wed: Kung Pao Chicken
    Thu: Frozen (Dinnger Station)
    Fri: MY BIRTHDAY!! probably going out for mexican
    Sat: Leftovers

  29. 29
    Kidkopf

    Mon-Chicken Burgers, cut veggies, watermelon
    Tues-Crock pot Beef with Mushrooms, noodles
    Weds-On the go–subway or something else decent for take out?
    Thurs-Chinese bbq pork, yakisoba noodles, stir fry veg
    Fri-Cheese strata, salad
    Sat: Pasta
    Sun-Still planning easter with my Mom! (probably ham, though)

  30. Jane, belated congratulations and best wishes on your pregnancy!! That’s incredibly exciting news. And I’ve got a 50% chance of getting this right, so here goes: another girl?

    Monday: Attending our friends’ annual Seder dinner party.

    Tuesday: Asparagus & Pea Risotto with Fava Bean Puree.

    Wednesday: Pasta Shells with Fingerling Potatoes, Fresh Herbs & Arugula (http://missiondelectable.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/pasta-shells-with-fingerling-potatoes-fresh-herbs-arugula/)

    Thursday: Stir-fry with Asparagus, Tofu & Kale

    Friday – Sunday: Las Vegas! My husband and I are heading to Sin City for our second wedding anniversary and Easter (classy, I know). But we’re excited to lay by the pool, eat some good food, and just generally relax.

  31. 31
    Alli

    menu #23 sunday april 17th

    Sunday: easter celebration dinner in san diego
    Monday: left over street taco buffet
    Tuesday: boboli
    Wednesday: quick roasted chicken with potatoes and beet salad
    Thursday: turkey burgers and oven fries
    Friday: palm dessert!
    Saturday: palm dessert!

    Dessert: peep rice krispy treats

    http://sweetflours.blogspot.com/2011/04/menu-planning-23-sunday-april-17th.html

  32. 33
    Reynaul

    So glad you are feeling better! I find out if I’m having boy/girl Thursday!

  33. 34
    Bri

    Noticed that you referred to the Easter bunny as he/she/it — I know definitively that the bunny is a boy, named Fred J. Bunny, based on a note he left once when I was a kid. 🙂

    OK, menu time:
    Sunday: Ham and cheese stuffed shells, braised artichokes, orange slices
    Monday: Do it yourself wraps and salads night
    Tuesday: Slow cooker — French Dip sandwiches, veggies, fruit
    Wednesday: Shrimp oreganato over whole wheat pasta, salad
    Thursday: Fritatta, sweet potato fries, fruit
    Friday: Fend night
    Saturday: Vegetarian chili-mac casserole and salad
    http://redroundorgreen.wordpress.com/meal-plans/

  34. 35
    Anne L

    Monday – I am making Jane’s Pulled Pork Sandwiches (my husband is going to love these) and Sweet Potato Fries
    Tuesday – Leftovers
    Wednesday – Chicken Ravioli, Garlic Bread, and Salad
    Thursday – Leftovers
    Friday – Homemade Pizza
    Saturday – Dinner Out
    Sunday – Dinner with Family, not sure what we are having yet 🙂

  35. 36
    Lisa

    I am guessing you are a girl mom! 3 girls…!

    Sun – Stuffed Peppers
    Mon – Rosemary Rockfish (Mad Hungry) & Orzo
    Tues – Orecchiette with Mini Chicken Meatballs (Giada)
    Wed – Pork Tenderloin,Baked Potatoes, Salad
    Thurs – Taco Night – daughter’s softball game
    Fri – Chicken Parmesan (Mad Hungry)
    Sat – out?

  36. 37
    Michelle

    Here is our menu for the week:

    Monday-soup and grilled cheese sandwiches..it actually snowed here a little bit

    Tuesday-sweet and spicey chicken and rice

    Wednesday-hamburgers and tator rounds

    Thrusday-chicken wraps and fruit

    Friday-out (?)

    Saturday-shrimp ceasar salad

    Sunday-Easter dinner at my moms : )

  37. 38
    Jessica

    sun – BBQ chicken, broccoli & avocado salad, potato wedges
    http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/RCP02076/Broccoli-Salad-With-Avocado.html
    Mon – cheese & potato crustless quiche
    http://www.parenthacks.com/2011/04/high-protein-and-kid-friendly-cheese-and-potato-crustless-quiche.html
    Tues – chili, homemade bread
    wed – BLTs, beans
    Thurs – spaghetti & italian sausage
    Fri – homemade veggie pizza
    Sat – Sausage/pepper/onion paninis
    Sun – Ham Dinner w/ inlaws

  38. 39
    Jackie

    M: Subway after soccer
    T: BBQ Chicken Eggrolls with twice baked potatoes
    W: Cheeseburgers with garlic rice
    T: pesto chicken breast with sundried tomato pasta
    F: out
    S: family Easter dinner. I am bringing appetizers
    S: Grilling out at my moms.

  39. 40
    Tessa

    Monday – chicken enchiladas
    Tuesday – leftovers
    Wednesday – chicken pot pie
    Thursday – homemade pizza
    Friday – leftovers
    Saturday – maybe out?
    Easter dinner on Sunday – steak, twice baked potatoes, corn, Roquefort pear salad, grape salad, olive cheese bread, garlic cheese bread, cupcakes and carrot cake for dessert

  40. 41
    mamaT

    totally forgot about planning for easter. i was running short on time so did as quick a menu and grocery list as i could. here’s what i came up with:
    go to http://www.arehselfstory.blogspot.com for recipes
    kabobs, rice, asparagus.
    chicken yum-yum, salad.
    meatloaf, baked potatoes, green beans.
    spaghetti.
    tortilla soup.
    stuffed peppers, garlic toast, mac ‘n’ cheese (maybe this will make the easter menu???)
    french dip sandwiches, broccoli.

  41. 42
    sg

    Hi there,

    this menu is actually for tomorrow. I wanted to put it in a safe place, so I came to your site. Thanks for having a space for us working moms. It makes the weekly go by so much smoothly when I spend time planning.

    SATURDAY
    GRILLED PORK CHOP
    ROASTED CARROTS
    COUSCOUS

    SUNDAY
    KOREAN BEEF
    PEPPERS/ONIONS
    FLOUR TORTILLA
    BLACK BEANS AND RICE

    MONDAY
    JAMBALYA

    TUESDAY

    BARBECUE CHICKEN
    GREEN BEANS
    BROWN RICE

    WEDNESDAY
    BREAKFAST

    Thursday
    SLOPPY JOES
    POTATO SALAD
    BLUE CHEESE BURGERS
    BAKED POTATO FRIES

    FRIDAY
    SKILLET STUFF
    LEFTOVERS

    • Jane Maynard

      you’re welcome for having a safe space for your menu – I’m so glad that you post your menu here! 🙂

  42. 43
    Karin

    Hello Jane,
    I lurk on your site, but usually don’t comment. I am also an American not of British descent. I have lived in England for 10 years now. Yorkshire pudding is great. Kids love it. I want to give you a link to a proper yorkshire pudding recipe by Delia Smith (the doyenne of modern English cooking.) I think you’ll like it, and her site might even give you some totally new inspiration if you nose around a bit.
    Cheers,
    Karin

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