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.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Weekly Menu


Next week finds us almost in the middle of January, with snow on the ground and getting back in the swing of our daily schedule. I'm going to resume my attempt at keeping dinners simple and cheap. It's not so hard to do one or the other, but I'm not certain I can do both.

I asked for dinner suggestions from the kids and came up with one "basghetti" and oneLink marinated chicken with roasted sweet potatoes. Giant Eagle has fresh split chicken breasts BOGO, so I'll stock up and debone a few for marinating and grilling. I'm not going to shovel a path in the snow to the grill, but I know Doug will.
Lunch: Skyline chili
Dinner: Deep Dish Pizza, maybe a White Pizza

Sunday -- The Baptism of Our Lord
Brunch: Classic Crumb Cake, scrambled eggs
Dinner: Lidia's Chicken and Potatoes, green beans (Giant Eagle also has chicken thighs on sale and I have some Rosemary in the fridge that is still good), Christ's Diapers

Lunch: leftover pizza
Dinner: Split Pea Soup,
Cornbread (thanks Cheryl)

Lunch: quesadillas
Dinner: "Basghetti," salad, garlic bread

Lunch: Wendy's chili
Dinner: Waffles and sausage links

Lunch: chicken noodle soup
Dinner: Marinated Chicken, Roasted sweet potatoes, fruit

Lunch: Bagels and cream cheese
Dinner: Alaskan Salmon Croquettes, cole slaw, Scalloped Potatoes (no ham)

* Tried and true
* New to me



Margaret in Minnesota said...

Am feeling too lazy to google. What's "basghetti?"

scmom (Barbara) said...

Clearly you really think I can cook and you thought this was some special cut of pasta? Basghetti: six-year-oldese for spaghetti. Nothin' fancy sweetheart. Love ya.