Monday, June 12, 2006

What's for supper?

I'm making my menu for the week and I'm a little sick of everything. What are you having for supper? Come on, inspire me.....


Elizabeth said...

I fried chicken breast yesterday and am going to cut it up in a salad. yum.

How about taco salad: (it's nice and easy!)

Layer pan with tortilla chips

mix melted stick butter w/refired beans and layer on chips

layer cheese on and bake at 375 for half hour

add anything you want on top: tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, lettuse, hamberger, etc.

There's always mac and cheese! (I'm lazy)

A said...

Homemade chicken parmesan for my wiffy when she gets home from work, hot and on the table when she walks through the door. I'm a good hubby . . . =)

klasieprof said...

Here's our menu of late:
Jan's Pizza (st. Louis)
Don's homemade potato soup
DOnna's spagetti with garlic bread on burger buns
sloppy joes
meatloaf..(Or meat ralph as don calls it).
Brick alley pub burger (Ithaca)and 2 beers..hee hee for lunch today..OH YAH
Chicken wing/drums from gordon foods
Chicken kiev from Gordon's

klasieprof said...

I used to use something like this when we homeschooled all the time.

Monday - Recipes

Grilled Marinated Chicken
Zucchini and Tomatoes
Chinese Cabbage Salad

Tuesday - Recipes

Beef Burgundy Simplified
Egg Noodles
Leftover Chinese Cabbage Salad
Acorn Squash

Wednesday - Recipes

Chicken Enchiladas
Refried Beans
Mexican Salad

Thursday - Recipes

Breaded Pork Chops
Pasta Carbonara
Green Beans
Cooked Apples

Friday - Recipes

Alfredo Chicken Pizza
Pineapple with Vanilla Yogurt

Grocery List

The Grocery List for the sample menu can be downloaded here:

Grocery List for sample menu - PDF

klasieprof said...

oH yah..and don't forget breakfast for dinner...
french toast

Turkey...means lots of leftovers for noodles, cassaroles, soup, sandwiches

klasieprof said...

HEY and get with your chicango neighbors..and swap out meals...YOu make them one.
and always do you can freeze one.
ask em how to make REAL tortillos..witht the press and all that.

klasieprof said...

and...What about WHite Bean CHicken CHili...Fast easy...makes a lot so you can freeze some..and everybody loves it.


Pork chops with rice, can do in the oven and forgeettttaboutit.

Pork tenderloin wrapped in bacon

Anonymous said...

Hi!! How are you... i have thought about you often... it gets so crazy around here and i haven't read your blog in a while...summer camps, trips to Mississippi, summer swimming and lessons... Your house is adorable! Loved the colors you chose. How do you like living in Fayetteville? ( I need to come get you and your kiddos and we could go to my friends house and swim if you want?) She lives off of Mission and Crossover? How did your first sunday go? Please tell Robb we said hello. I am going to call you. Oh, and do you count "sandwich night" on the menu? Seems like we have been doing that a lot. Oh, and you know what? I did a roast on the grill the other night and it was so good. I threw it in a ziplock bag for a couple of days in my fridge marinated in garlic, soy sauce, olive oil, some water... put it on the grill until it was just pink on the inside and sliced it up...baked potatos and salad. It took about an hour to grill the roast. Talk to you soon and hope you have a great day!

Cari and gang

ness said...

Cari! My mouth is watering! I've been thinking about you too...things went well on Sunday and we are plannning a family day today of "epic proportions." Call me!

Josh Powers said...

Cereal. Oh and guess what I had for breakfast? (I can't wait to have someone else cook for me again.)

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