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Sunday, March 24

Week 322 Menu

Anna brought this home from school last week.

Her teachers said it was so funny, when they were asking the kids what foods they didn’t like, most of the answers were what you would expect: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, beans. Then they got to Anna, who’s response was, “Chicken pot pie.” The teachers thought it was hilarious how specific (and random!) her answer was. I would like to take this moment to publicly defend my chicken pot pie. It is amazing and Anna doesn’t know what she’s talking about. Also, we will be re-reading the end of “Green Eggs and Ham” with that girl. Also, chicken pot pie sure sounds good right now, I think I’ll put it on the menu. (I’m so mean, eh?)

MONDAY:
Bistro Chicken
– Mashed potatoes and a green veggie

TUESDAY:
– Caprese salad
– Crusty bread
– Roasted vegetables

WEDNESDAY:
–Β Chicken Pot Pie

THURSDAY:
– Leftovers

FRIDAY:
Island Pork with Sticky Coconut Rice
– Veggie of some sort

SATURDAY:
– Eat out

SUNDAY:
– Easter Sunday! Menu TBD…please share your plans if you have them, I need inspiration!

You know the drill – bring on the menus!Β 


73 Comments »

  1. 1
    Jamie

    My daughter just informed me she wants to become a vegetarian so now my whole menu changed!

    Monday shrimp and potatoes with a veggie
    Tuesday college visit! Up in the air
    Wed pasta of some sort
    Thur baked potatoe bar my fav
    Friday pizza maybe
    Sat going to whole foods I will take it from there
    Not a very inspiring menu but crazy week!

    • Jane Maynard

      that would change your menu a lot! good luck! (it’s easier to do than you think, promise!)

  2. 2
    Heidi

    Haven’t posted in a long time.
    Sunday – Costco dinner = chicken salad, tossed salad and some yummy new bbq tacos I found today.
    Monday – chicken crockpot soup
    Tuesday – Monterey chicken
    Wed – fundraiser pasta dinner
    Thur – out
    Friday – steak on the grill baked potatoes.
    Sat – out for sister’s birthday to my favortie restaurant πŸ™‚

  3. 3
    Gidget

    that was cute, my girls would say the same thing

    Sun (today): Red Beans and Wild Rice

    Mon: Spaghetti, homemade whole wheat garlic bread, green beans

    Tues: Going to see Grammy Great and take her dinner (we are getting Subway for us, she wants KFC)

    Wed: Chicken, Quinoa and roasted veggies (for me just the quinoa and veggies)

    my girls school starts Easter Break at noon on Thursday πŸ™‚

    Thurs: Pizza

    Fri: hubby: fish, Rice, and veggies me: sweet potato, the girls: grilled cheese

    Sat: Burgers, Mac n Cheese, Fries

    Easter Sun: Brunch at my moms,

    • Gidget

      totally forgot Easter Sunday’s dinner oops. Not sure what probably something easy or leftovers.

    • Jane Maynard

      I forgot, too…had to republish the post! although, I didn’t actually plan anything yet πŸ˜‰

  4. It’s a record – I’ve planned my menu before Monday!
    Monday – sausage, peppers, and onions
    Tuesday – take out due to late Girl Scouts meeting
    Wed – chicken enchilada stack
    Thurs – chicken and biscuits
    Friday – pizza night
    Saturday – undetermined, maybe leftovers with a twist
    Sunday – probably leftovers from Easter brunch. Maybe chocolate. πŸ™‚

  5. 5
    Kindy

    Sun: PW’s Pot Roast, Crusty Bread
    Mon: Beef Pasties (with leftover pot roast) & Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing
    Tues: Homemade French Bread Pizza & Wilted Spinach Salad
    Wed: Mel’s Skillet Taco Pie
    Thurs: PW’s Pan-Fried Pork Chops, Cheesy Potato Casserole, Lemon-Pepper Roasted Broccoli
    Fri: Club Sammie’s, French Onion Soup

  6. 6
    CeCe

    Monday:
    chili dogs/home made french fries
    Tuesday:
    Shredded beef & chicken Tacos & slow cooker unfried refried beans
    Wednesday:French Bread Pizza (I slice my french bread lengthwise so I get 4 layers of crust)
    Thursday:Pasta w/slow cooker sauce
    Friday:Dill Baked Pollack & Baked Potatoes
    Saturday:Grilled Pork Chops and pepper rice
    Sunday (Easter) LASAGNA (tradition)

  7. 7
    Kim from PA

    That is so cute and funny πŸ™‚ !

    Sun: Eggplant/Chicken Parmesan, salad
    Mon: Shiitake, snow pea, and shrimp stir fry, brown rice
    Tues: French Toast and sausage, oranges
    Wed: Inside out turkey dinner, green beans
    Thurs: Lemony pasta with goat cheese and spinach, salad
    Fri: Tuna Melts, fries, carrot sticks
    Sat: Out

  8. 8
    Kebra

    I love a girl with an opinion! Go Anna!

    Sunday – leftovers and salad
    Monday – Turkey meatloaf and veggies of some sort
    Tuesday – Spinach lasagna rollups. (This is on my list for the second week in a row. We’ll see if I follow-through this week.)
    Wednesday – Leftovers
    Thursday – Mother-in-law arrives. Grilled chicken, veggies, good bread.
    Friday – Going to Chinatown! We’ll stuff ourselves with dumplings.
    Saturday – ?? Hamburgers on the grill maybe?
    Sunday – Ham, potato salad, deviled eggs, green salad and good bread.

    Happy Easter!!! One of my favorite holidays. πŸ™‚

  9. 9
    Ezzy

    That is funny. I like pot pie.
    Sunday: Lasagna, Garlic bread, Salad
    Monday: MLB
    Tuesday: (Crockpot Night) Soup Chicken, Noodles, Brussels sprouts
    Wednesday: Takeout, I think.
    Thursday: Takeout
    Friday: I head to Kentucky for family gathering. I’ll be back on Monday. The roommates fend for themselves.

  10. Anna is crazy!! Pot pie (of any variety!!) is a hug wrapped in puff pastry! πŸ™‚

    Sunday: Asian salmon and asparagus. We also made ATK’s gingerbread cookies (amazing!!!!) and cut out Easter shapes.
    Monday: Homemade pretzel dogs from the freezer
    Tuesday: Homemade, baked mac ‘n cheese
    Wednesday: Whole chicken cooked in slow cooker
    Thursday: Baked sweet potatoes with BBQ chicken topping
    Friday: Leftovers
    Saturday: Easter egg dying party with friends….pizzas? bunny rolls and citrus quinoa/veggie salad

  11. My 5yr old son says his super hero weaknesses are ranch dressing & hot dogs…I thought kids were supposed to love those things!!! πŸ™‚

    M: leftovers

    Tu: chicken sausage lasagna/salad/garlic wheat bread

    W: leftovers

    Th: Farmers Market Dinner–aiming for fish/whole roasted cauliflower/polenta w/ kale

    F: panko chicken/potato-cauliflower mash/ratatouille
    Using l/o roast cauliflower & 5 yr old has been begging to make ratatouille since he saw movie yesterday ( there’s 10% chance he’ll actually eat it). :/

    Sa: Easter Brunch prep so probably “taste testing” all day

    Easter Sunday Brunch: Baked Ham/heirloom tomato-scallion frittata/3cheese frittata/potato-bacon torte/granola waffles w/ macerated strawberries & whip cream/mimosas!. Guests–pastries/fruit platter/yogurts

  12. I couldn’t stand chicken pot pie until I got to be about 25. Anna will grow to love it, I’m sure!

    My 4 year old, aptly referred to in life as “Stinker”, has been in an “I-hate-cheese-in-all-it’s-forms” phase. How does a kid hate cheese?! But, now that I think of it, that pickiness is probably my my mother drove thru McDonalds so often πŸ™‚

    This week’s menu kind of relies on the same couple meals. Junior has a lot of doctor’s appointments (as usual), so the prep time is limited.

    Sunday-Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna, French Bread (a wildly successful recipe, from the ATK New Family Cookbook)

    Monday-Black Bean Burritos with Peppers and Onions, Chips and Guacamole (using my super simple and wonderful slow cooker black bean recipe. Even my 10 month old has thirds :))

    Tuesday-Leftover Lasagna

    Wednesday-Black Bean Quesadillas, Corn

    Thursday-Lentil Soup w Ham, Biscuits

    Friday-Pizza

    Saturday-Cousin’s Wedding

    Sunday-our family is doing brunch for Easter. Not sure what I’m bringing. Probably something from Trader Joes…

    • KellyK

      Would you care to share the amazing slow cooker black bean recipe?

    • Of course! Lately I’ve been pouring HOT water over the beans instead of cold, and it helps them cook up quicker. My crock pot kind of varies…sometimes it needs 6 hours on low, sometimes 8 hours on high. I don’t know why, but you may need to experiment with timing.

      http://www.savemoneylivejoyfully.com/2011/05/if-you-make-one-recipe-this-weekmake.html

    • Jenny

      I thought the same thing when my son told me he didn’t like cheese in about kindergarten…He’s now 15 and he still does not like cheese (unless it’s melted on a pizza or in a stick), sour cream, butter or salad dressing. It’s always been odd to see him eat a salad or baked potato without anything topping it but it hasn’t hurt him- he’s now about 6 feet tall and 140 lbs of lean muscle and definitely in better shape than his dad and I… I wish I could copy him but I like cheese and butter a little too much!

    • Jenny-
      That’s too funny! I’m glad he’s making healthy food choices. Wish I could say the same about myself sometimes. Butter is always a good addition πŸ™‚

    • Jane Maynard

      I love all your comments!

      sara – just had to tell you that when I was a kid, my mom had to order a “hamburger with just ketchup” whenever we went to mcdonald’s, so we’d have to go to that little parking spot next to the drive thru and then they’d bring it out to us. THAT is picky! πŸ˜‰

  13. 13
    Debbi

    Wow, it’s surprisingly fun to read everyone’s menus and I got a couple ideas I might use…

    Sunday – Cold and snow changed my menu to comfort food so Grilled cheese, tomato bisque soup and pineapple chunks.
    Monday – Baked Spaghetti, Salad and Garlic bread
    Tuesday – Baked breaded pork chops, box stuffing (kids love that) and buttered corn
    Wed – Skillet Taco casserole with tortilla chips
    Thurs – Brown sugar smoked sausage, twice baked potatoes and broccoli (I think)
    Fri – Pesto Chicken, pasta with herbs and french bread (unless I have left-overs πŸ˜‰
    Sat – Probably pizza to keep kitchen clean
    Sun – Ham and trimmings

  14. 14
    KellyK

    New to this site, have been loving the inspiration to actually menu plan instead of winging it at the grocery store. I’ve recently changed to a gluten-free diet, so still experimenting. πŸ˜€

    M: Namaste “Say Cheez” rice pasta with Golden Cauliflower, topped with Mozzarella and baked, lettuce/cucumber salad

    T: Chicken tortilla soup, cheese/salsa roll-ups (for hubby)

    W: Even better the second day – Chicken tortilla soup and roll-ups

    Th: Broiled salmon, Thai coleslaw, sauteed zuchinni (I might try the Asian salmon recipe linked by Bonnie Lawrence. That looks yummy!)

    F: Pizza Bagels (with hamburger for hubby), (cheese only on GF bagel for me), green beans, leftover slaw

    S: Turkey breast, cranberry wild rice, (peas and dinner rolls for hubby), leftover green beans for me

    S: Easter is a taco dinner at my parent’s house. Everyone is bringing something different. There will be shredded chicken, soft tortillas, nacho cheese, chips, various taco toppings, and sweet corn cake. I’m taking seasoned ground beef, crunchy taco shells, homemade salsa verde and zesty bean salsa.

    • Jane Maynard

      switching to gluten free is quite a task! good luck! see comment #40 below from tara – she posts a GF menu almost every week, so keep an eye out for her for inspiration.

      and so happy you found the site! welcome!

    • KellyK

      Thanks, I will remember to check for Tara’s GF menus. πŸ˜€

  15. 15
    ryvir

    School lunch pot pies were pretty gross. My mom hardly made them at home. It was usually biscuits with the filling as a soup!

    Monday- Greek chicken with garlic mashed potatoes, asparagus
    Tuesday- This website’s Island Pork Loin w/Coconut Rice
    Wednesday- Burritos
    Thursday- Grilled sandwiches
    Friday- Out for pho
    Saturday- Grandma’s house!
    Sunday- We’re actually going to the Festival of Colors so we’re probably going to have something like Palak Paneer or Veggie Kabobs. They have a chickpea stew at the temple that I can’t seem to find a recipe for…

    • Jane Maynard

      i imagine school lunch pot pies WOULD be pretty gross! πŸ™‚ have fun at the festival!

  16. 16
    Esther

    I don’t think I ever had chicken pot pie as a kid but I LOVE it now! I make a great one with crimini mushrooms, leeks, carrots and peas. That actually sounds delicious but I’ve already got my menu planned and shopped for!

    Sunday: We did Bobby Flay’s grilled/oven roasted chicken β€” delicious! Served with fingerling and purple potatoes and grilled asparagus.
    Monday: Chicken and sweet potato & black bean tacos with lots of guacamole and fresh pineapple salsa. Served with roasted broccoli also.
    Tuesday: Rigatoni with creamy mushroom ragu. Maybe a side salad with it?
    Wednesday: Leftovers.
    Thursday: Tofu and chickpea curry. Served with cumin-scented zucchini and naan.
    Friday: Mushroom and shrimp noodle bowls.
    Saturday: Tuna Nicoise sandwiches or use up whatever we have left in the fridge. Last night before we’re gone for the week to Minneapolis.

  17. 17
    kjell

    Monday-Cauliflower Soup
    Tuesday-Coconut Chicken with some veggie side
    Wed-Scrambled eggs and Toast
    Thursday-Jambalaya
    Friday-Roasted Broccoli with Meat Sauce(basically spaghetti, minus the spaghetti)
    Saturday-Leftovers or Out

  18. Sunday: Leftovers

    Monday: Parmesan Tilapia, Sauteed Spinach and Leeks, and Couscous

    Tuesday: Spinach and Artichoke Topped Chicken, Italian Broccoli and Quinoa Pilaf, Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Zucchini

    Wednesday: Drunken Pork Chops, Mashed Cauliflower and Roasted Asparagus

    Thursday: Chicken Piccata, Angel Hair Pasta and Sauteed Broccolini

    Friday: Taco Salad

    Saturday: Korean Barbecue, Kimchi and Ju Mok Bap μ£Όλ¨Ήλ°₯ (Korean Rice Balls)

    You can find links to a lot of the recipes here – http://kitchenandkids.com/2013/03/24/this-week-in-our-kitchen-march-24th-march-30th/

  19. 19
    Elizabeth

    Sunday – Chicken noodle soup (I have some sickies over here)
    Monday – Spaghetti and meatball soup, bread
    Tuesday – Tilapia w/ mango salsa, couscous, veggie
    Wednesday – Pizza night
    Thursday – Quesadillas w/crock pot refried beans, guacamole
    Friday – Leftovers, or out, rotisserie chicken (something easy)
    Saturday – Out for hubby’s birthday
    Sunday – dinner at in-laws, maybe bring some dessert ??

  20. 20
    Jenny

    I won’t have a lot of time to go grocery shopping until tuesday (I refuse to go on friday or saturday afternoon after work with all the other people) so I planned a little extra time on to my menu this week.

    sunday: chicken, chorizo and lemon bake, roasted potatoes, carrots, foccacia (I used thyme to mimic the chicken dish)

    monday: biscuits with sausage gravy, fruit

    tuesday: steak (fingers crossed, it might be warm enough to grill), chimichurri sauce, salad

    wednesday: hubby cooks. chicken tacos, chips and guac, fruit

    thursday: hubby cooks. ham and cheesy potatoes, green beans

    friday: pizza night, salad

    saturday: meatball subs, chips, fruit salad, coleslaw

    sunday: easter – lunch at my parents, dinner at scott’s family (typically, I bring either sweet rolls or dinner rolls to my parents and dessert to my sister in law’s…)

    monday: If I can score a little ham from my parents- ham and bean soup, rolls- otherwise pull a dinner from the freezer.

    • Hi Jenny, I read your comment above & laughed at the similarity! My son is 5 now & also HATES cheese in any form, especially melted! He also HATES ranch…will actually gag if its on his plate. He won’t eat hot dogs, pizza, or hamburgers…its hard to feed him at birthday parties you can imagine. He loves fruit & vegs & his fave foods are pasta & oatmeal! I love hearing how healthy your son still is as a teenager & I’m keeping my fingers crossed! πŸ™‚

  21. 21
    Tamsin

    Mon: Chicken lettuce wraps
    Tue: Tortellini in tomato sauce with salad
    Wed: Leek and potato pizza, salad
    Thur: Dinner out with family
    Fri: Fish and chip, peas
    Sat: Chicken tikka kebabs, coconut rice and vegetable curry
    Sun: Kleftiko, braised winter greens, homemade bread

  22. 22
    Lynn BB

    Three more weeks of working tax season overtime. I can’t wait to get back to normal. This week is easy as the rest of the family is on break and in and out of the house.

    Sunday: Baked cod topped with Ritz crumbs and butter, baked potatoes, asparagus
    Monday: Chicken strogonoff
    Tuesday: Out
    Wednesday: Pressure cooker mac and cheese
    Thursday: Creamy taco skillet
    Friday: College daughter home, out to her favorite restaurant
    Saturday: TBD

  23. 23
    Lyn

    I don’t plan for a specific night, just plan five meals and decide what to make that day.

    Spaghetti, green beans, applesauce
    Salisbury steak in the crockpot, veggies
    Baked Chicken Parmesan, veggies
    Sausage, some side
    BLT’s, either pea salad or cole slaw or red bean salad

  24. Monday: chicken burgers
    Tuesday: Korean Black Beans & Rice [didn’t make last week]
    Wednesday: pizza pasta bake
    Thursday: leftovers
    Friday: breakfast for dinner
    Saturday: Mexican Cornbread Pot Pie – but with carnitas not chicken
    Sunday: Easter dinner! πŸ™‚

  25. sun: salmon, veggies, quinoa
    mon: buffalo chicken enchiladas, salad
    tues: chicken cutlets with broccoli rabe
    weds: winter minestrone soup
    thurs: bolognese, salad
    fri: indian take-out
    sat: out

  26. 26
    Denise NH

    S: Eggplant lasagne, arugula salad (so good)
    M: Leftover lasagne & salad
    T: Grilled flank steak, baked potatoes, tomato salad
    W: Sandwiches : leftover steak or tuna melts with potato puffs
    T: Kielbasa, Bourbon baked beans, Cole slaw, asst mustards
    F: Pizza -bbq, sausage & margharita (everybody likes something different)
    S : Out
    Not sure about Easter dinner yet, have to get a consensus.

  27. 27
    Caroline

    Sunday – gnocchi and tomato sauce
    Monday- chicken saag, rice and naan bread
    Tuesday- lemon and lime salmon with noodles and stir fried veggies
    Wednesday – jacket potatoes with ratatouille
    Thursday- squash risotto
    Friday – pizza

  28. I used to hate pot pies as a kid too. They took too long to cook (the frozen kind) and they always burnt my mouth. Ironically, I just made broccoli cheddar pot pies last night and they were delish! Here’s this week’s menu…

    veggie fried rice with egg rolls
    broccoli cheddar pot pies
    carrot soup
    fajita tacos
    baked burritos
    manicotti

  29. 29
    Mona

    Sunday – Chicken and broccoli alfredo, garlic bread
    Monday – Baked pork chops, pierogies, baked beans
    Tuesday – Salmon, oven fries, green beans
    Wednesday – Spaghetti and meatballs, salad, Italian bread
    Thursday – Chili, cornbread
    Friday – Chicken fried steak strips, garlic buttered noodles, peas
    Saturday, Leftovers, prepping for Easter

  30. 30
    2wellsmade5

    I think that’s hilarious…we have a motto in our house. It goes like this “You Get What You Get…and You Don’t Thriw a Fit”. Good motto, now if aomeone could teach me how to inforce it that would be great.

    My menu is made for my Carnivore family and I opt out of meat…so, I don’t always eat what I post. Mine is meatless.

    Sun- I have the flu…so Matzoh Ball soup for me, Bbq pork chops, red got potatoes and broccoli
    Mon- Taco night and black bean burritos.
    Tues- Shrimp Etoufee, salad and Pioneer Woman “The Bread”
    Wed- Cuban pork roast, black beans and rice
    Thurs- leftover pork into Cubanos…. And homefries
    Fri- Homemade thin crust pizzas, shrimp thai, mozz and basil and pepperoni bacon for kids
    Sat- Fajitas; shrimp, chicken and portabella
    Sun- Beer can chicken, green beans, corn and sweet potatoes

  31. Monday: Hot Dogs and Tater Tots and Corn
    Tuesday: Roast Duck, Potatoes and Rotkohl
    Wednesday: Pantry Chicken and Beans and Left Over Mixed Veggies
    Thursday: Buffalo Chicken Potato Bake and Peas
    Friday: Linguine with Turkey Meatballs and Broccoli
    Saturday: Deep Dish Pesto Pizza and Fresh Fruit
    Sunday: Ham and Twice Baked Potatoes and Rolls and Corn

  32. 32
    Melissa

    Keeping it easy this week…
    Sunday- my kids and hubby went to his moms I ate chicken salad sandwich
    Monday- smothered pork tenderloin and Mac & cheese, fruit
    Tuesday- chicken burrito grilled things
    Wednesday- something with ground beef
    Thursday- leftovers as usual
    Friday- we have been promising boiled seafood all lent and well this is the last Friday so no choice! My son is dying!
    Saturday- pizza night- since we usually have pizza night on Friday….

  33. 33
    Latasha

    Sunday-fresh sausage w/pasta and pasta sauce, corn
    Monday-baby Lima beans w/sausage and rice, cucumber slices and oranges
    Tuesday- tuna noodle casserole w/ peas
    Wednesday-(eat out)- son’s birthday
    Thursday-stewed chicken, twice baked potatoes
    Friday-sandwich night
    Saturday-left-overs

  34. 34
    Susan

    Sun-Out for Pizza
    Mon-Red Beans and Rice, smoked sausage
    Tues-Broiled Tilapia with dill sauce, broccoli and cheese quinoa
    Wed-Beef Tips with mushrooms and onions, Mashed potatoes green beans
    Thur-Roast Chicken, Dill new potatoes, Carrots.
    Fri-Tacos with all the trimmings, ginas latin rice
    Sat-Leftovers- long work day.
    Sun-lamb roasted with garlic and rosemary, mushroom risotto, asparagus, Green Salad, homeade rolls, glazed lemon pound cake with macerated strawberries.

  35. 35
    Michelle

    Sunday- “Hibachi Night” with friends: grilled teriyaki steak and shrimp, vegetable fried rice, egg rolls
    Monday- chicken lo mein
    Tuesday- buffalo chicken chili
    Wednesday- almond crusted chicken tenders, sweet potato fries, roasted asparagus
    Thursday- leftovers
    Friday- homemade pizzas, salad
    Saturday- Mac and cheese, tilapia, green beans

  36. 36
    Sarah

    Week of March 24 to March 30
    Sunday: Pizza night
    Monday: Roasted chicken and veggies in gravy
    Tuesday: Grilled chicken salad with hard boiled eggs and roasted red peppers
    Wednesday: Crispy chicken thighs with asparagus
    Thursday: Ground lamb and feta on orzo
    Friday: Huevos rancheros and homemade salsa
    Saturday: Lamb stew

  37. 37
    Jessica

    Sat – asian ribs (crock), sugar snap peas, rice
    Sun – black bean enchiladas with pumpkin sauce
    http://mealmakeovermoms.com/kitchen/2013/03/21/a-recipe-for-black-bean-enchiladas-with-pumpkin-sauce-and-a-celebration-of-cilantro-for-the-recipe-redux/
    Mon – linguine w/ mussels in garlic white wine sauce, fresh bread
    Tues – chili (crock)
    Wed – steak, beans, veg
    Thurs – veal parm
    Fri – pizza

  38. 38
    jen

    Running late this week, but here it is…

    Sun. At Nana’s house
    Mon. Chicken, pepper, onion and corn quesadillas
    Tue. At a friend’s house – not sure what we’re bringing yet
    Wed. Pasta bake with broccoli and garlic bread
    Thu. Green chicken enchiladas
    Fri. Homemade pizza

  39. 39
    Megan

    Sunday: Turkey
    Monday: Spaghetti
    Tuesday: Southwest Turkey Sandwiches
    Wednesday: Potato and Turkey Lasagna *
    Thursday: Italian Turkey Soup
    Friday: Pizza
    Saturday: No plan (we have a party to go to…yea!)

  40. 40
    tara

    I’m a little late this week but here is my GF menu for the week of 3/24
    Sunday – Maple Roast Chicken and Sweet Potatoes
    Monday – Leftover Broccoli/Cauliflower Quinoa w/ cheese
    Tuesday – Grilled Cheese & Salad
    Wednesday – Burrito Bowls
    Thursday – Baked Potato and veggies
    Friday – Baked Penne w/ Sausage & Fresh Mozz
    Saturday – Chicken Tortilla Soup in the Crockpot

    Easter – I’m planning to make a ham for the first time. With a Tangerine glaze from Tyler Florence. Also a scalloped potato dish and deviled eggs. Also planning to make a cheesecake w gingersnap cookie crust and homemade cherry sauce on top. I’m hungry just thinking of it!!!

  41. 41
    Kim

    I’m super late this week…
    M: Cheeseburger Salad
    T: Out
    W: Sausage Fried Rice
    Th: Matzo Ball Chicken Soup
    F: BBQ Pork Sandwiches with Slaw
    S: Sauteed Ravioli with Salad
    Easter: Ham & Lamb; Pineapple Stuffing (it will make you beg for mercy, it’s so good); Ambrosia; Honeyed Carrots; Broccoli Slaw; Roasted Red Pepper Mashed Potatoes; Couscous Salad; Spinach Salad; Carrot Cake Trifle (we have 15-20 folks for Easter… super fun!)

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