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It's NOVEMBER! What's For Dinner?

post #1 of 158
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I just posted in the October thread and then realized it was November! So, what's for dinner?

I think tonight is pork chops for us, not sure how I'm making them, though.
post #2 of 158
split pea soup with ham and carrots. I'm going to puree it in the pot. Seasoned brown rice. Mini strawberry muffins(had to find a use for some organic strawberries, I used part whole wheat flour, they taste pretty good).
post #3 of 158
tonight is shepherds pie. tomorrow will be chicken tortilla soup.
yummy!
post #4 of 158
Tonight is monterrey chicken, mashed potatoes and some steamed veggies.
post #5 of 158
Thread Starter 
Allyson what is monterrey chicken?
post #6 of 158
yeah i want to know what monterrey chicken is as well.

i have chicken to cook tonight, but no idea how i will cook it yet.

(if i had mushrooms id make a paprika and mushroom cream sauce over chicken)
post #7 of 158
The chicken monterey I have had in the past are chicken breasts grilled or cooked in a creamy mushroom sauce and topped with monterey jack cheese. :
post #8 of 158
we ate at the outback. just me and the kids b/c dh is working. and we actually got a compliment from an older couple as they were leaving - I guess the saw us come in and sit next to them and they got nervous LOL
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anyway - boys had macaroni, I had pecan trout with wild rice & mixed veggies... they ate some of my trout & then we shared carrot cake for dessert. yum.

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I also had a sam adams octoberfest beer.
post #9 of 158
Thread Starter 
Well... tonight was supposed to be Calzones but with my DH's schedule today I don't think I will be able to make it to the store. We'll see... but I don't think it's going to happen, so I'm going to try to come up with something else.
post #10 of 158
We are having tacos/rice/beans tonight, easy and everyone loves it
post #11 of 158
we are having matzah brei tonight - which is soaked matzahs fried with eggs & milk.
post #12 of 158
Tonight is leftovers but I'm looking forward to trying two new recipes -- pecan chicken tomorrow, then lentil soup the next day (with an old fave...no-knead bread).
post #13 of 158
I think tonight is rice and beans with broccoli and carrots thrown in.
post #14 of 158
Last night we had chicken and dumplings. Tonight we're having my favorite corn and potato chowder with honey wheat bread and apple cake for dessert. I can't wait; this is one of my favorite meals. I keep looking at the clock to see if it's time to start the soup yet!
post #15 of 158
Tonight is Baked Ziti!!
post #16 of 158
Thread Starter 
I switched things around and we are having shepard's pie tonight instead.
post #17 of 158
Monterrey chicken is from Chili's. I found a copycat recipe and it turned out really good!

I fried flattened chicken breasts, topped them with bbq sauce, strips of bacon and a mix of mozzarella and cheddar cheeses then broiled until the cheese melted. Then topped that with chopped fresh tomatoes and chives.

Tonight is chicken pot pie.
post #18 of 158
Just did my meal plan for the week.

Today - roast a chicken to use in two of our meals this week.

Dinner today - Salmon cakes, mashed potatos & green beans
Tuesday - chicken noodle soup w/ salad & crusty bread
Wednesday - hashbrown casserole w/ salad
Thursday - Buffalo chicken sandwiches w/ blue cheese & onion rings & salad

Geeze, it looks like we are having a lot of salad this week, but I've got some great veggies so we will have a different type of salad each night.
post #19 of 158
tonight was supposed to be lamb stew with sweet potatoes and acorn squash - but my dh is off and he does not like lamb...

so it will be beef stew with potatoes and carrots.
post #20 of 158
tonite we're having make your own mini pizzas & salad..
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