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Sunday, October 21

Week 300 Menu

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Wow! It’s my 300th menu on the blog! Let’s celebrate with whoopie pies!

This weekend I went to the DailyBuzz Food Festival and it was so much fun! I essentially enjoyed 24 hours of delicious food being handed to me. That’s my kind of weekend. Yesterday afternoon was the Taste Pavillion, where a room full of local and artisan food companies sharing their goodies. My friend Rachel went with me and we were absolutely stuffed by the end. One of our favorite tables was After Suppa, a couple just starting a whoopie pie company. You know Nate and I love whoopie pies and he’s gone to great effort to educate me about their wonderfulness, as well as what a real whoopie pie should be like. When we walked up to the After Suppa table, I had a good feeling about their whoopie pies. The whoopie pies looked legit. The company name had the word “supper” in it, with the R dropped off, no less. And, after talking with them (the couple, not the whoopie pies), we found out they were from New Hampshire and the woman’s grandparents who inspired the whoopie pies were from Maine. BINGO. As you can guess, the whoopie pies were fabulous! I wish After Suppa great success in their new endeavors! And I’m glad somebody is bringing real whoopie pies to California!

MONDAY:
- Chicken parmesan (recipe to come on Tuesday!)
- Pasta and veggies

TUESDAY:
- Orange chicken
- Rice and Veggie

WEDNESDAY:
- Leftovers

THURSDAY:
- Eat out after soccer practice

FRIDAY:
- Homemade pizza

SATURDAY:
- Eat out (Nate won’t be around, so, I’m takin’ it easy and gettin’ lazy)

SUNDAY:
- Tuscan Tomato Soup (Cate’s request…again! She requests it to so often!)
- Homemade rolls

You know the drill…please share your menu for the week! And feel free to share it any day of the week – menus are welcome anytime!

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  1. I still have a Food Network mag and a Cooking Light to look through, so my menu may change :)

    Sunday-family birthday party
    Monday-Tomato Soup or Chicken Soup…whichever I feel like making :)
    Tuesday-Penne all Vodka, Salad, Bread
    Wednesday-Teriyaki Grilled Hake, Rice, Green Beans
    Thursday-possible date night for my birthday in 2 weeks :)
    Friday-Homemade Pizza, salad
    Saturday-Leftovers

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    Kim from PA

    I LOVE whoopie pies!……..but I think the best whoopie pies are baked by the Amish women in central Pennsylvania. I think their secret is lard. Once you eat an authentic Amish whoopie pie, there’s no turning back……..

    Grilled fish, mixed veggies, brown rice
    Bow tie pasta with parmesan sauce, shrimp, & peas
    Salmon cakes, green beans
    Pumpkin pancakes and scrambled eggs
    Spaghetti & Italian sausage, salad
    Baked cod & broccoli
    Out before a haunted hayride

    • Jane Maynard

      I love that you love the amish version, because I actually totally do NOT like the amish version! ;) the first time I had one was in PA amish country and I was not sold. so funny…but I can see why people WOULD love them. and maybe I need to give them another try!

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    Mona

    Mmmmmmm!! Whoopie pies, don’t know anyone who can pass them up! Love the company name too.

    Sunday – Ham with sweet potato casserole
    Monday – Chicken with noodles and veggies
    Tuesday – Salmon with orzo
    Wednesday – Sausage and pancakes
    Thursday – Layer ham skillet dinner
    Friday – Chicken, rice and broccoli casserole
    Saturday – Leftovers

  4. 4
    Monica

    Sunday – White Chicken Chili
    Monday – Pepperoni Pizza Burgers, oven fries
    Tuesday – Pancakes, eggs, and bacon
    Wednesday – Hotdogs, macaroni and cheese, green beans
    Thursday – Parmesan Crusted Chicken with pasta
    Friday – Grilled Italian Chicken Sandwiches, chips
    Saturday – Out to eat

  5. 5
    Amanda

    Whoopie pies are almost as good as Moon pies!!! :0) A stable of my childhood!

    Sunday-Crockin Mac and Cheese, green beens, and homemade applesauce
    Monday-leftover Mac and Cheese
    Tuesday-Potato Soup, homemade bread, and salad
    Wednesday-Breaded pork chops, butternut squash, and homemade applesauce.
    Thursday-Creamy crockpot Spaghetti and salad
    Friday-Taco Pizza
    Saturday-leftovers
    Sunday-Going to Frankenmuth for some chicken dinner! Yummo!

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    Jamie

    Those look heavenly!

    Sunday fettuccine Alfredo with mushrooms and broccoli
    Monday chicken rice broccoli bake
    Tues chicken casear wraps
    Wed my birthday..daughter making dinner
    Thur breakfast for dinner
    Friday pizza night

  7. 7
    Donna

    300! Wow! That’s a lot of meal planning. I always look forward to your posts. Keep up the good work. I

  8. 8
    Angela

    Starting this week I’m now a full-time SAHM but that means being pretty frugal with our menus to stretch our budget. Do you have any posts that deal with budget-friendly meals? Here’s the plan for this week

    Sun: Spaghetti and meatballs
    Mon: Broccoli quiche
    Tues: Pork stir fry and potstickers
    Wed: Squash soup
    Thurs: Baked potatoes with broccoli and cheese
    Fri: Chili
    Sat: Pulled pork sandwiches

  9. 9
    Tamsin

    Whoopie pies are on my list of things to try when (if!) I ever make it back to the States. I can’t believe I spent two weeks in New England and didn’t come across one.

    Mon: Jambalaya
    Tue: Pasta with tomato sauce and salad
    Wed: Pizza, roasted cabbage slaw
    Thur: Turkey meatloaf, mashed potato, broccoli
    Fri: Baked haddock, roasted veg
    Sat: Leftover meatloaf
    Sun: Out with family

  10. 10
    Nancy

    Congratulations! Wow 300 menus!

    Sunday – pizza
    Monday – slow cooked indian spiced lamb shanks, rice and a veggie
    Tuesday- salmon, fries and a veggies
    Wednesday – Chicken Parm with spaghetti and salad
    Thursday – leftovers
    Friday – pork tenderloin, sautéed apples, and a veggie
    Saturday – out

  11. 11
    Elizabeth

    Sunday – Spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread.
    Monday – Dinner at Costco
    Tuesday – Halloween quesadillas, veggies and dip or fresh fruit.
    Wednesday – Healthier Ramen Noodle Soup, bread sticks.
    Thursday – Enchiladas?
    Friday – Korean Beef and rice?
    Saturday – Trunk or treat chili cook off

  12. Whoopie pies? Oh, you are a dirty, dirty woman. Congrats on week 300.

    S: Dinner at the in-laws. Polenta patate with veal stew. Very healthy. ;)
    M: Meatless Monday: Baked orzo with eggplant and mozzarella.
    T: Chicken and white bean soup.
    W: Kale and white bean stew.
    R: Beef, shitake and snow pea stir-fry.
    F: Takeout. Glorious takeout.
    S: Party for the people at work. Hors d’oeuvres by others and I’m roasting a turkey breast to carve for sandwiches.

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    Sarah

    This is one of those days when I’m really thankful for your blog…feeling so tired and uninspired! Hoping to be more creative next week.

    S – Tilapia, spinach & couscous
    M – leftovers or easy pasta (husband will be working on home reno project)
    T – stealing your orange chicken recipe
    W – Homemade pizza
    Th – Date night – mexican?
    F/S/S – Out of town (Yay, no cooking!)

    • Jane Maynard

      I feel that way almost every week – it is soooo helpful having everyone’s ideas to inspire me when I plan!

  14. Jane, we are going to have a few things you are having. And, I made your recipe for pumpkin rocks yesterday. Yummy!

    S- Hamburgers, sweet potato fries and macaroni salad
    M- Chicken Taquitos and guac. & chips
    T- Strip Steak, baked potatoes and salad
    W- Homemade sausage pizza
    Th- Take out
    F- Tomato Soup and grilled cheese
    S- TBD

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    Ashley P

    Sunday- Crockpot Italian chicken, bowties and broccoli
    Monday- chicken, corn and black bean soft tacos with yellow rice
    Tuesday- Meatloaf and mashed potatoes
    Wednesday- McDonald’s
    Thursday- Meatloaf and mashed potatoes
    Friday- pizza
    Saturday- MIL’s (aka my night off ;))

  16. 16
    Heidi

    I finally have a plan this week!!! If only my house wasn’t such a disaster.
    Sun – steaks, pasta with broccoli, homemade wheat bread
    Mon – Shepherds Pie and apple pie – Thanks Mom!!!
    Tues – Chicken Pot pie – one for a family whose hubby was in a bad accident last week, one for us
    Wed – leftovers
    Thur – Hidden Valley porkchops and cracker barrel apples
    Fri – eat out
    Sat – eat out.

  17. 17
    Heidi

    PS Congrats on 300!!!

  18. 18
    Candra

    Wow, Happy 300th Menu!!

    M: Wisconsin Cauliflower Soup + PW’s “The Bread”
    T: Slow Cooker Apricot Chicken + Brown Rice + Steamed Broccoli
    W: Baked Potatoes + Baked Carrots + Green Salad
    Th: Black Bean & Pumpkin Chili + Rolls
    F: Chicken Noodle Soup + Biscuits
    Sa: Fall Festival & Chili Cook-off @ Church
    Su: Slow Cooker Mediterranean Pork + Couscous + Green Salad

    Menu and links to other recipes can be found here.

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    sharon

    ooh, those look delish; especially since I’m trying to eat cleaner/healthier right now.

    Monday – turkey burgers, sweet potatoes something green
    Tuesday – browned butter tilapia, quinoa, kale
    Wednesday – sticky sweet chicken, brown rice, broccoli
    Thursday – chicken pot pie
    Friday – grilled lemon chicken
    Sat – out
    Sunday- chicken apple sausages

    congrats on 300 menus!

    • Jane Maynard

      I love that they look even more delish to you BECAUSE you’re eating healthier. you sound like me! :)

  20. 20
    Lisa W.

    Cheers to 300! :)

    Mon-Crab Cakes W/ Asian slaw
    Didn’t get to this last week

    Tues-Chicken Tortilla Soup w/ corn tortilla quesadillas

    Wed-Potato & Green Onion Pizza w/ veg salad & pear slices
    4 yr olds request. :). He’s really getting into helping with menu planning.

    Th-leftovers

    Fri,Sat,Sun-Out of town for brother’s twins baby shower!

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    Denise

    As a former New Yawka I can totally appreciate their use of the word Suppa….that is how I say supper!
    Sun: Chicken Enchiladas in green sauce
    mon: Homemade Minestrone soup and bread. I love my minestrone recipe, it has pesto in it, yum!
    Tues: Crockpot orange hoisen chicken
    Wed: Chicken sandwiches and home baked french fries…totally cheating and using the Tyson breaded patties, some times ya just gotta!
    Thursday: Leftovers
    Friday: Party with a catered dinner
    Saturday: Out for happy hour and a play…yay, no cook weekend.

  22. Congrats on 300 menus!! Here’s to 300 more! We’re coming off a 4yo-birthday-party-high. SO much fun!! I’m out of town for work yet again. Grandma flew in to save the day. So, the family will survive in my absence (just barely, in my mind…. :) ).

    Sunday: M Shack (awesome chefs in town opened a gourmet burger joint at the beach…yum!)
    Monday – Wednesday: I’m out of town for work, but I know a trip to Cantina Laredo and Grandma’s beef/vegetable soup will be enjoyed!

    Thursday: Toad in the hole with new cookie cutters for the hole!!

    Friday: Leftovers

    Saturday: Out?

  23. 23
    Erika B.

    Wow 300!
    Sunday-Homemade Veggie Pizza, Fall Salad with Pears, Parm, Candied Nuts and Honey Balsamic, Strawberries
    Monday-Veggie Frittatas, TWFD Awesome Baked Acorn Squash, Toast, Raspberries
    Tuesday-Baked Ziti Layered with Herbed Cheeses, Baby Broccoli with Toasted Garlic, Grapes
    Wednesday-Rosemary Chicken with Wild Rice (Trader Joes), Apple Sauce, More Baby Broccoli
    Thursday-Leftover Ziti, Cauliflower with Browned Butter, Strawberries
    Friday-Veggie Corn Chowder or Out

  24. 24
    Melissa

    Monday-Leftovers
    Tuesday-Korean beef with quinoa
    Wednesday-Pumpkin pancakes, eggs, bacon and fruit (my daugther’s birthday dinner request)
    Thursday-Potato soup, rolls, salad
    Friday-Homemade pizza night
    Saturday-Fall Carnival at my daugther’s school, so probably hot dogs and such
    Sunday-Wheatberry chili and rolls

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    pam

    Monday – Moroccan beef salad + roast broccoli
    Tuesday – Chicken stir-fry with brown rice
    Wednesday – Grilled chicken salad + snacks with friends
    Thursday – Out for husbands birthday!
    Friday – Omelets (bacon, mushroom, onion, tomato and cheese)

  26. 26
    Jenny

    sunday: stuffed shells, garlic bread, salad
    monday: philly cheesesteak sloppy joes, chips, fruit salad
    tuesday: Breakfast for dinner: biscuits and gravy, fruit
    wednesday:pulled pork, mashed potatoes, vegies
    thursday:tator tot hot dish, green beans
    friday:Pizza night, salad
    saturday: TBD

  27. Monday – Beef Burritos with Spanish Rice
    Tuesday – Bangers and Mash with Red Onion Gravy – did not get to it last week
    Wednesday – Chicken Stir Fry
    Thursday – Minestrone Soup with Grilled Sandwiches
    Friday – Pizza and Hot Wings – made at home
    Saturday – Beef Stroganoff

  28. 28
    Sarah

    Week of October 21 to 27
    Sunday: Leftover Tilapia w/ Macaroni ‘n’ Cheese (and Peas)
    Monday: Salmon and Leeks
    Tuesday: White Pizza w/Spinach, Ricotta, and Garlic
    Wednesday: Lemon-Onion Chicken w/ Spinach
    Thursday: Spicy Mexican Shrimp and Rice
    Friday: Cheesy Meatball Muffins
    Saturday: Halloween Party at friends’ house

  29. Mmmmm, I absolutely LOVE whoopie pies. I’m been day dreaming about making pumpkin whoopie pies…

    Here’s my menu for the week on my blog: http://nearlynaturalnicole.blogspot.com/2012/10/menu-plan-1022-1028.html

    • Jane Maynard

      my friend rachel brought some pumpkin whoopie pies to me the other night and they were WONDERFUL.

  30. i’ve actually never had a whoopie pie! they’ve never appealed to me but those look delish :)

    Monday: leftover lasagna
    Tuesday: crockpot beef stroganoff
    Wednesday: healthy fried rice
    Thursday: black bean nachos
    Friday: leftovers
    Saturday: breakfast for dinner
    Sunday: skillet apple chicken

    • Jane Maynard

      soooo…the only whoopie pies I’d had for a long time were of the amish variety, which are moister and the filling as marshmallow fluff. I personally do not like those, but there are lots of people who love them (see comment #2 above!)! the new england version are not quite so gooey. you need to try both and see what you think!

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    Rynell

    The weather is turning quite chilly this week. It’s soup time! I think I’ll make some homemade rolls and green salads to go with the following this week.

    Potato, ham & corn chowder (made in crock pot)
    Taco Soup
    Hearty Italian Vegetable Soup
    Chicken, vegetable and rice casserole
    Meatball Grinders

    • Jane Maynard

      that is perfect chilly weather food. our weather just turned, as well. I”m welcoming it with open arms!! :)

  32. 32
    Jessica

    300! congrats! I only have 130 so far…

    Sat – burgers on the grill, baked sweet potato fries
    Sun – crockpot chili, fresh bread
    Mon – oven fried pork chops, roasted squash, mashed potatoes
    Tues – chicken soup in the crockpot
    Wed – spaghetti w/ green salad
    Thurs – baked haddock, green beans, roasted rutabaga
    Fri – homemade pizza

  33. 33
    2wellsmade5

    Sun- Quiche, dinner rolls and banana foster cheesecake
    Mon- Red beans and rice, salad and garlic bread, leftover cheesecake
    Tues.- Creole mustard chicken over egg noodles, salad and garlic bread
    Wed.- Stuffed rolled porkloin, smashed potatoes, corn on cob and green beans
    Thur.- Sausage,chicken and shrimp jambalaya, cornbread and Tropical bread pudding with rum sauce (banana,pineapple,raisin)
    Fri- Steak, baked potatoes or sweet potatoes, salad and grilled veggies
    Sat- Rib cook-off in the house, sweet potato salad and baked beans
    Sun- Turkey, dressing, green beans, corn and baked mac and cheese
    Mon- White beans and rice, pork chop, salad and bread
    ……We are a Louisiana family, you may see the trend!

  34. 34
    Kate

    Hey Jane,
    Finally started making menus again after way too much crazy! Figured I would post since I check your blog all the time for yummy recipes anyway!
    Sunday – butternut squash soup and homemade rolls (I believe both recipes from your blog. The rolls are Nikki’s)
    Monday – Honey glazed chicken/sweet potato/pineapple kabobs
    Tuesday – Chicken Divan casserole
    Wednesday – Sweet pork tacos (crock pot)
    Thursday – left overs
    Friday – Split pea soup and homemade rolls (froze half of the uncooked batch from Sunday)
    Saturday – eat out or I strike
    Sunday – Grilled chicken and veggies with my “go-to” peanut sauce

    Give MP my love!

  35. 35
    Angie M

    I logged in to my computer Monday only to find out that we have new software that now blocks your sight – I was devistated!! So here I am on my smart phone typing it in. Yep, I’m addicted…

    Sun – Cincinnati chili, 4 ways
    Mon – chicken parm meatballs & salad
    Tue – homemade chicken & rice soup
    Wed – out to dinner w/ co-workers (Mexican)
    Thu – Italian drip beef sandwiches
    Fri – queso chicken & rice
    Sat – game night w/ friends

    • Jane Maynard

      that is so weird! why in the world is it blocking my site! I’m so glad you are dedicated enough to get on the smart phone and post anyway!! :)

    • Angie M

      It’s my work computer – they installed some new system that won’t allow us to view certain types of websites. You know, my favorite ones!! Lol

    • Jane Maynard

      that make sense – my mom’s computer is like that, too!

  36. 36
    Amy

    Sun- chili
    Mon- soup and salad
    Tue- tacos
    Wed- chicken tenders
    Thur- enchiladas
    Fri- pot roast
    Sat- linguine with clam sauce

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    Vicki

    Sun: Beef Stroganoff (hubby makes it!)
    Mon: Baked chicken, potatoes, rolls
    Tues: Korean Beef, broccoli, rice
    Wed: Pancakes & bacon
    Thurs: BBQ chicken pizza & fruit
    Fri: BBQ tri-tip, beans, rolls
    Sat: dinner at my brother’s

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