This is a busy week for us. There are several feast days that we would like to celebrate, as well as celebrating the first week of Advent. I've not started baking for Christmas yet -- first we clean the house and clean out some closets. So, while I'm trying to squeeze in a few Feast Day recipes, I'm trying to keep the menu simple to get other things done.
Today's Pork Roast helps immensely. It's a great, simple crock pot recipe, and since I was able to get a huge roast on sale, I will have enough for at least one day of lunches. Monday's tacos help a lot too, since that is also a great crock pot recipe.
Have a great week. If there's a recipe you'd like, leave me a comment.
Brunch: Fried Mush, sausage links, fruit
Dinner: Garlic Pork Roast, Matilda's Mashed Potatoes and Squash, Glazed Carrots, Toll House Pie
Monday -- Feast of St. Frances Xavier
Lunch: Macaroni and Cheese
Dinner: Spicy Shredded Chicken Tacos, cabbage, sour cream, onion, Mexican Rice, Churros for St. Frances Xavier
Lunch: Pork sandwiches
Dinner: Buccatini with Pancetta, Tomato and Onion, Salad with Balsamic vinaigrette, Ciabatta
Lunch: Baked Potatoes
Dinner: Honey Garlic Meatballs, white rice, stir-fried broccoli and carrots
Thursday -- Feast of St. Nicholas
Lunch: St. Nicholas Pizza
Dinner: Guacamole topped Ham Po' Boys, oven fries, St. Nikolaus Speculatius Cookies
Lunch: Bagels and Cream Cheese
Dinner: Salmon Patties, Macaroni and Cheese, peas
Lunch: Skyline Chili
Dinner: Pizza party -- Antipasto platter, CPK Balsamic Salad, Homemade Pizza, Creme Brulee
* Tried and True
* New to me