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Friday, October 9, 2009

Weekly Menu

We had some really good meals this week and I hope to be able to post some of the recipes here this week. The kids were particularly pleased with everything I made (o.k. maybe not so much the Pierogies and Peas, but I liked them). This week I'm keeping things a little more simple -- I've proven that my stove works well and now I can relax. For Buckeye football Saturday, the kids requested munchies for dinner and so I am obliging (and then I'm heading off to see Julie & Julia with a girlfriend). Thursday is the feast of St. Theresa of Avila, and though tacos are not exactly Spanish, they are close enough. I'm adding some Spanish yellow rice for authenticity.


Lunch: Skyline
Dinner -- Buckeye football game-day munchies: Kansas City Hot Wings, Mexican Layer Dip, Stuffed Mushrooms, Bacon-Wrapped Chipotle Shrimp
Lunch: Bagels with roasted tomato cream cheese, and turkey
Dinner: Bavarian Pot Roast, mashed potatoes, carrots, Poppy Seed Rolls, Lemon Chess Pie

Lunch: Quesadillas
Dinner: Reubens, waffles fries, pickles

Lunch: Chicken Soup with Stars
Dinner: BBQ Beef baked potatoes (I have some BBQ Beef from this post in the freezer), salad, Cinnamon Apple Puffs

Lunch: muffin tin munchies
Dinner: Turkey Noodle Soup, Asiago Cheese Bread

Thursday -- Feast of St. Theresa of Avila
Lunch: Sesame Noodles
Dinner: Chicken Tacos, yellow rice, Cinnamon Ice Cream (traditional Spanish dessert)

Lunch: Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches
Dinner: Scrambled eggs and biscuits

* Tried and true
* New to me


1 comment:

Margaret in Minnesota said...

Oooh, you are in for such a treat! Let me know what you think of Julie & Julia!