This Week’s Menu, November 12, 2017

Menu for the week of November 12, 2017

Sunday
Breakfast: Blueberry pancakes: Recipe
Early Dinner: Nacho plate

Monday
Breakfast: Migas: Recipe
Early Dinner: Skillet Lasagna

Tuesday
Breakfast: Leftover pancakes
Early Dinner: Rabbit stew (This might be the last of the rabbit.)

Wednesday
Breakfast: Breakfast burritos
Early Dinner: Leftover skillet lasagna

Thursday
Breakfast: Cranberry muffins
Early Dinner: Baked red fish

Friday
Breakfast: Leftover muffins
Early Dinner: Make your own Taco Platter

Saturday
Breakfast: Breakfast out since we’ll be hitting garage sales
Early Dinner: Shrimp in garlic butter pasta

Tomorrow we take Nana in for her first rehab counseling session. She hurt herself in an escape attempt when she was left alone in her tiny pen. I know the poor girl is bored, but she needs to let that bone fuse. If she tries this again we’ll be forced to crate her and she’ll really hate that. I’ll be interested to hear what they think of her progress.

I think she’s doing really well, but only follow up x-rays will tell us for sure.

The weather is mild so I opted for stews and pasta this week. I slipped in the nacho plate because I hope we can have a movie night this Sunday.

 

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. The make your own taco platter sounds interesting, but something similar to nachos? Poor dogs. They don’t understand we are trying to protect them for their own health. They just want to be what they think they should be dogs. I hope all goes well with Nana and her checkup.

    betty

  2. Betty: Taco platters are super easy. You just have all your ‘cold’ ingredients (lettuce, tomato, peppers, onion, and cheese) divvied up on a platter and the the taco meat in a separate bowl.

    People make their own tacos from there.

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