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Sunday, October 7, 2007

Week 37 Menu

Happy Sunday, everyone! I like Sunday mornings because I have time to make breakfast, my favorite meal by far. This morning we had a Puffed Oven Pancake. Hit the spot!


A few repeats on the menu this week as we’ve had lots of leftovers and some surprise invites to friends’ homes for dinner…love those weeks!

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MONDAY:
Pork Chops
– Wild & Long Grain Rice
– Veggie

TUESDAY:
– Chicken Stir Fry
– Sticky Rice
– Chicken Shu Mai (from Trader Joe’s freezer section)

WEDNESDAY:
– Quiche
– Baguette & cheese
– Fruit

THURSDAY:
– Leftovers

FRIDAY:
– My friend Barbara’s daughter’s wedding!

SATURDAY:
– Eat out

SUNDAY:
Mac & Cheese
– Yummy bread
– Salad


10 Comments »

  1. 1
    kim & co.

    Monday–Pasta with pesto, salad

    Tuesday–Beef Stew, bread/muffins, salad

    Wed–dinner out

    Thurs–Split pea soup, bread

    Friday–Pizza, vege

    Sat–Chicken Hominy Chili, polenta, salad

    Sun–Leftovers

  2. 2
    Isa

    Sunday: Mango Glazed Pork Chops w/ brown rice, caesar salad, corn on the cob, and grilled baby zucchini. Banana Cream Pie for dessert!

    Monday: Hearty Beef Stew with crusty bread

    Tuesday: Grilled Salmon and jasmine rice with mixed green veggies

    Wednesday: Parmesan Crusted Chicken Dijon with noodles and salad

    Thursday: Left overs

    Friday: Date Night (eat out)

    Saturday: Not sure yet…I’ll see what the fam is in the mood for…Mac and Cheese does sound good Jane!

  3. 3
    Rynell

    Monday-(busy day) crock pot roast, mashed potatoes, veggie

    Tuesday-White Lasagna (Argentine inspired), green salad

    Wednesday-leftovers

    Thursday-homemade mac & cheese

    Friday-shrimp chowder, rolls, sliced fruit

    Saturday-grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, sliced veggies

    Sunday-baked rigatoni with red, meaty sauce, green salad, bread sticks

  4. 4
    Jessica

    Monday:
    Last day of ‘vacation’ so we’re eating out

    Tuesday:
    -French Toast
    -Turkey Bacon

    Wednesday:
    -Chicken Sausage
    -Baked Sweet Potatoes
    -Spinach

    Thursday:
    -Black Bean & Corn Tostadas

    Friday:
    -Pizza

  5. 5
    Jenny

    Monday:
    Hawaiian Haystacks

    Tuesday:
    baked ziti
    caesar salad

    Thursday:
    leftovers

    Friday:
    stuffed french toast

    Sat:
    roasted chicken & veg wild rice

    Sunday:
    Pizza

  6. 6
    The Bouldins

    Sunday:
    Chicken and dumplings
    green beans

    Monday:
    “Empanadas” with Chili-Cheese sauce
    Cheesy Mexican Rice

    Tuesday:
    Pasta with Spinach-Ricotta sauce
    salad
    rolls

    Wednesday:
    Easy Grilled Chicken
    baked sweet potatoes

    Thursday:
    leftovers

    Friday:
    Grandma here! Out to eat!

    Saturday:
    hmmmm … still have to decide

  7. 7
    tira

    I’m so late this week, but here it goes-

    Tuesday- italian pork chops, green beans, rolls
    Wednesday- Grilled chicken, thai noodles
    Thursday- spaghetti, sausage, red sauce
    Friday- potato soup
    Saturday- fajitas
    Sunday- mac and cheese!

  8. 8
    Angie

    Those pancakes remind me of German Apple Pancakes that I used to make from my very first “just for kids” cookbook. Yum.

    On top of my pancakes was a Apple Cinnamon syrup very similar to this one found on All Recipes posted by Kathy Dance:

    INGREDIENTS
    1/2 cup packed brown sugar
    1/3 cup water
    2 tablespoons butter or margarine
    1 teaspoon cornstarch
    1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    3 medium apples, peeled, thinly sliced

    DIRECTIONS

    1. In a saucepan over medium heat, bring brown sugar, water, butter and cornstarch and cinnamon to a boil; boil for 2 minutes until thick. Reduce heat to medium. Add apples; cook for 10-12 minutes or until apples are tender.

  9. 9
    Jane Maynard

    we’ll have to try that – yum!

  10. 10
    PBW

    Jane – you know your Dad lived on oven pancakes for 6 weeks when he was on his mission in Sweden!!! Maybe he has a recipe he could share….

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