Monday, March 19, 2012

{menu plan}

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Menu Plan-
MONDAY- BBQ Chicken Pizza, salad
TUESDAY- We get to eat away tonight !!
WEDNESDAY- Japanese Fried Rice w/ Terriyaki Chicken
THURSDAY- Tacos, applesauce
FRIDAY- Stuffing Chicken Bake, Veggies
SATURDAY- left-overs
SUNDAY- Pork Chops , anybody have a good slow cooker recipe? Please share :)
MONDAY- Upside Down Pizza , Veggies
TUESDAY- Left-Overs (again, but this seems like a lot of food!!lol)

I work all week end so thought it might be good to have all my groceries bought up till my next day off which is Wednesday. Smart ,eh? ;)

Happy Cooking to all...
Toodles.

6 comments:

  1. About those pork chops...I had year-plus-old, chunky, canned salsa that I didn't want to throw out so I browned pork chops in olive oil (seasoned with garlic powder, salt & pepper & oregano first), threw them and a pint of salsa and about two inches of chicken broth in the crock-pot on low all day, and they were fall-apart done by supper time. I've made chops this way several times since and wish I had more salsa flops to get rid of.

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  2. Saturday night... and I am very grateful I saw your comment as I sweetly included my mushroom soup in my bag of food for a food shower the other night... so IF I have all of this I just might try it:) sounds yummy!!!

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  3. I just adore menu plans!!! Your's looks really fun, and I know you will enjoy those leftovers as well! We ALWAYS do Taco Tuesday; so the kids look forward to that. Menu planning saves money, too! You gave me a great idea to add in some asian dishes to our weekly menu, thanks!!!!!

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    1. One of these next days I am going to post my recipe for the fried rice. It was so easy and so so yummy!!!
      Yes, menu planning rocks!! Saves me money and that annoying time I spend scratching my head around 5:00 :)

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  4. My favourite way to do pork chops in the slow cooker is to dump a can of mushroom soup over the chops, add some sliced onions and a couple whole potatoes. Then we like to use the mushroom soup as 'gravy' for the potatoes. I learned this from my mother-in-law and it's so wonderfully simple! :) p.s. we just got back from CA Friday nite & now one of the bins in my fridge is FULL of yummy oranges! :)

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  5. ok, ok I will give in & try menu planning now! My life has always seemed to unpredictable to do it but now with these growing boys that I have to cook for maybe it will work! xoxo

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