Last Sunday, my college boy Geoffrey texted me to ask how to make Braciole. He apparently had a hankering for this, one of his favorite dishes, and I laughed out loud knowing the size of his 5 x 5 foot apartment kitchen and the work involved in making this Italian dish. I promised that if he came home the next weekend, I would make it for him. I think he's bringing his roommate, so we'll have a big family meal. He requested Pumpkin Roll for dessert, so I guess I have my work cut out for me. I'll be sure to post the recipe for Braciole next week for anyone who would like to try it.
The rest of the week is pretty simple. I've noticed my grocery bills going up and up each week. Last week I had several budget meals on the menu, so I'm not sure what's going on, but I'm going to try to cut back on the weekly supplies, while stocking up on some loss leader basics that I can keep in storage.
Dinner: Braciole, Spaghetti, Sauce, Chopped Italian Salad, Bread, Pumpkin Roll
Lunch: leftover spaghetti
Dinner: Mexican Chicken Stuffed Shells, Mexican rice, cabbage salad
Lunch: Lunchy Munchy Corn Dog Muffins
Dinner: Chicken and Dumplings, fruit
Lunch: Muffin tin munchies
Dinner: Teriyaki Burgers, baked potatoes
Dinner: Spaghetti with Artichoke Hearts and Tomatoes, garlic bread
Lunch: soup and sandwiches
* Tried and true
* New to me