Showing posts from November, 2010

Meal Plan Monday

Have you ever had one of those days where nothing sounds good to eat. I am there friends. Meal planning this week has been so hard because nothing sounds good.

However it most to done for planning sake so therefore this is what I am planning on.

Monday - turkey casserole

Tuesday - turkey lo mein

Wednesday - taco soup

Thursday - baked pasta

Friday - leftovers

Saturday - homemade pizza

Meal Plan Monday

ok, with this being a holiday week the menu is simple.

Sunday - fellowship meal for lunch, soup and sandwiches for dinner

Monday - flat iron steak, mashed potatoes and carrots

Tuesday - baked pasta, salad

Wednesday - taco soup

Thursday - Thanksgiving: turkey, stuffing, mashed sweet potatoes, broccoli salad, brussel sprouts, cranberry sauce, rolls, pickles, apple cider and pumpkin pie.

Friday - turkey casserole (turkey, green beans, mushrooms mixed with cream of mushroom soup, topped with leftover stuffing)

Saturday - pizza night

The best thing is I have everything already bought. The worst case is I will need milk but that should be it. Love it !!! Hope everyone has a blessed holiday.

Meal Plan Monday

Well the weather is to be fallish the entire week - finally. Here is what is on the menu this week.

Sunday - L. homemade pizza
D. leftovers

Monday - sloppy joes

Tuesday - chicken, mashed potatoes and carrots

Wednesday - baked pasta

Thursday - soft tacos, spanish rice

Friday - chicken, stuffing and broccoli

Saturday - open face reubens

All I need at the store really is milk but I want to get at least one more turkey while they are 59 cents a pound still.

Veteran's Day

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have serve or who are serving to keep America free. Your sacrifice has not gone unnoticed.

Wordless Wednesday


Meal Plan Mondays

This week is starting off cool and crisp and will end in the mid 70s. I wish the weather will make up its mind. So our menus for the week will be as such:

Monday - taco soup
Tuesday - Chicken, new potatoes and green veggie
Wednesday - Baked pasta (we are having company) and salad
Thursday - Shake and Bake chicken, new potatoes and veggie
Friday - mom and dad eat out, kids on their own
Saturday - homemade pizza
Sunday - sloppy joes

The sloppy joes are not from a can. I make it from scratch. It is so easy.

Sloppy Joes

3/4 lb ground meat
1/2 cup black beans
1 small onion chopped
1 green pepper chopped
1 c ketchup
1/4 c brown sugar
1/4 c white vinegar
chili powder to taste

I brown the ground meat, add veggies and cook until veggie are crisp. I then add the black beans mashing them as I work them in. I then add the ketchup, brown sugar and vinegar. Once this has heated up I add the chili powder and continue to cook until most of the liquid has been absorbed. Serve on hamburger buns or kaiser rolls…

Fall in Tennessee

this is a picture of our front door. We got the gourds and the larger pumpkins for 50 cents each. The same ones were 5 for a $1. the mums were buy one get one.

Meal Plan Monday

Here is the plan for this week

Monday: B. cereal with skim milk
L. sandwiches, carrot and celery stickls
D. sloppy joes and slaw

Tuesday: B. pancakes with syrup
L. sandwiches, carrot and celery sticks
D. chicken and corn chowder

Wednesday: B. cereal with skim milk, bananas
L. leftover chowder
D. baked pasta

Thursday: B, eggs, turkey bacon and toast
L. leftovers
D. soft tacos and spanish rice

Friday: B, toast with peanut butter, orange juice
L. tuna sandwiches, carrot and celery sticks
D. homemade pizzas

Saturday: B. eggs, turkey bacon and toast
L. grilled cheese and soup
D. baked chicken, stuffing and green veggie

Sunday: B, cereal with skim milk, bananas
L. chicken lo mein
D. hot dog with slaw

Time to start giving thanks .....

Wow it is November already. Has this year been flying by. Are you ready for Thanksgiving yet? I have already celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving in October so I have had a rehearsal already. I though I would list some things that I am thankful for.

- I am thankful for my Lord and his saving message
- I am thankful for my dear, sweet, patient husband of 26 years. Here is hoping for more years.
- I am thankful for my children Ian and Rachel. As much as they frustrate me I love them dearly
- I am thankful for my on line friends and my friends irl
- I am thankful for our furry, noisy dog who keeps me on my toes
- I am thankful for my pain, that I deal with daily, for it makes me remember to be thankful for the good days and to slow down more.

I hope this helps you think of what you are thankful for during this month of blessing.