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Friday, March 6, 2009

Weekly Menu

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Saturday
Lunch: Boys' lunch out
Dinner: Pizza -- maybe a White Pizza and a red pizza

Sunday
Lunch: BLTs and chips
Dinner: Bavarian Pot Roast, buttered noodles, carrots, homemade applesauce, tapioca pudding
Giant Eagle has Eye of Round roasts on sale and I've been in the mood for some good German food.

Monday
Lunch: leftover pizza
Dinner: Red Beans and Rice, Mustard Rye Bread, a green vegetable, Honey Oatmeal Pie with vanilla ice cream

Tuesday
Lunch: chicken soup
Dinner: Chicken Enchiladas, cabbage salad with a lime vinaigrette dressings, Ranger cookies


Wednesday
Lunch: Tuna salad sandwiches or quesadillas
Dinner: Matzo Ball soup, flatbread
Matzo Ball soup is a yummy, budget- and kid-friendly soup and we eat it even though we are not Jewish. I'll post my recipe and pictures.

Thursday
Lunch: Tomato soup and grilled cheese
Dinner: Poorman's Meal, buttered corn, fruit, bread
If you have not yet discovered Clara's Depression Cooking videos (linked to above) go meet her. She's awesome!

Friday
Lunch: Scrambled egg sandwiches
Dinner: Carrot and squash casserole, fruit salad, bread

* Tried and true
* New to me




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3 comments:

Barb, sfo said...

I am using your pizza dough recipe to make 1 pepperoni bread and 1 Cheddar-bacon bread. (Actually I doubled the dough, except for the olive oil, and 1 TBL yeast for the whole deal).

scmom (Barbara) said...

Oooh -- Cheddar bacon bread sounds like a yummy lunch box treat. Is that recipe on your blog?

Barb, sfo said...

It will be eventually! For now, use your pizza dough recipe. Roll out into a big rectangle. Brush with olive oil. Top with crumbled cooked bacon and some cheddar cheese (I had cheddar-jack & used that). A little sauteed onion might be great in there too.
Roll up tight like a jelly roll & seal the edges and ends. Slash on the top a few times.
Place on oiled baking sheet. Rise 1 hour. Bake 35 minutes at 375.

I've made this basic recipe often with pepperoni and mozzarella, using several different doughs. Your pizza dough has been the best one we've tried.