This Week’s Menu, February 21, 2016


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Menu for the week of February 21, 2016

Breakfast: Homemade pancakes
Lunch:  Cheese tray with crackers
Dinner:  Salmon with orzo and spinach

Breakfast:  Cheese and spinach omelette
Lunch:  Tuna salad sandwich
Dinner: Pasta with homemade sauce

Breakfast:  Leftover pancakes
Lunch:  Veggie quesadillas
Dinner: Ribeye steak and baked potato

Breakfast: Poached eggs (We just started eating these. Surprisingly good!)
Lunch: Steak salad (using strips of meat from last night’s ribeye)
Dinner: Cheeseburgers

Breakfast: Breakfast Tacos
Lunch: Soup
Dinner:  Sausage and peppers casserole

Breakfast:  French Toast
Lunch:  Mushroom soup
Dinner:  Taco night

Breakfast:  Breakfast out
Lunch:  BLT
Dinner: Pork ribs with baked beans


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  1. Looks good! Almost makes me want to run away and be adopted by you. ;o)

    I cook like I write – with a little planning and a lot of ‘by the seat of my pants’. It would probably be nice to know ahead of time what I’m going to make, but then again, I’d probably get feisty and strain against the bonds. “Menu says chicken tonight? You’re not the boss of me.” ;o)

  2. JackieBCentralTexas

    I am moving in Maria, Yum!
    We love homemade Pancakes, Tuna Sandwiches, Omelets of any kind and I have enjoyed Poached Eggs since childhood but sure wish my Husband liked them too but his favorite eggs are sunny side up with runny yolks and I have to have mine well cooked.

    Nice menu we kind of wing it with a vague idea on my part what we will eat all week according to what is in the pantry, freezer and fridge which actually works for us as no picky eaters in our house.

  3. Yum. I want to come to your house for dinner!

    I plan about three days’ meals at a time; my guy is very fussy and a big mind-changer, too. He takes me out to dinner once a week so I only have to hit the grocery store twice to keep up.

    Tonight I’m making chicken, rice and salsa ala Chipotle’s burrito bowls. We decided after all the e-coli problems they’re having to start making our own (and it’s a lot cheaper.) I’m still tweaking the homemade version but it’s pretty close.

  4. Lynn: Drives me insane when Greg changes his mind about dinner. It’s silly really, since he’ll eat whatever I put in front of him. The trick is not giving him a choice.

    I’ve never tried doing a copycat recipe of Chipotle’s bowl. I should try it. It’s one of our favorite ‘going out’ meals.

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