Merciful God, You are great in compassion and Your tenderness for us is without measure. We ask You to give us today our daily bread, and also provide for the needs of all of Your hungry children around the world. Through Christ Your Son and Our Lord. Amen.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Weekly Menu

Lunch -
Pastini soup
Dinner - Garlic Lime Chicken, Black beans and rice, French bread, leftover Our Lady of the Snow cake

Lunch - grilled cheese
Dinner - Burgers,
Cheesy Grits, Green Beans, Lemon Bars

Wednesday -- Feast of St. Dominic
Lunch - mini pizzas
Dinner - Crock Pot Chicken, noodles, carrots, Cinnamon Ice Cream -- a traditional Spanish dessert

Lunch - fish sticks,
Dinner -
Chicken and Corn Chowder, bread, fruit salad

Lunch - cheese
Dinner - Gnocchi and sauce, bread, salad

Saturday -- Feast of St. Clare
Lunch - Skyline
Dinner - Homemade Pizza,
Pizelles and Ice Cream

Lunch - Waffles and Sausage
Dinner - Crock Pot Meatball sandwiches, salad



Anonymous said...


I'm new to your blog (and I'm loving it, BTW!). I live in New Zealand and have no idea what GRITS are?

Love to find out!

Cheers< Wilm

scmom said...

Hi Wilm,
Thanks for stopping by.

Grits are ground corn -- more coarse than corn meal. You cook them by boiling them in water -- much like Cream of Wheat (farina). They are generally considered a Southern food in the US, but my gang loves them -- probably because their mama is a Southerner at heart. If you can get your hands on some, do try them. The recipe that is linked in my menu is really good -- true comfort food for us.

Take care and stop by again,