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1- homemade pizza, 1 pepperoni and 1 onion, red pepper, black olive. made a white bean soup but any way I puree, it still has tiny chunks maybe freezing will help.
2- homemade biscuits and gravy with pot roast leftovers. made "healthy no-bake cookies"
3- chicken & pasta casserole (I had enough for two last week), yummy salad. whole wheat banana bread with flax & ground oatmeal.
4- FFY. linguine marinara for a late lunch...
5- I made my first whole chicken! in the crock, rubbed it with salt, pep & paprika, and set it up in the slow cooker with lemon, garlic and rosemary... kind of like here, but with paprika. - I saved the white bean soup! - Made medium grain brown rice & added frozen peas toward the end.
6- late snack- homemade pizza with roasted eggplant & goat cheese.. a little bit of leftover dough got made into a solitary cinnamon roll sort of thing, for which I even made icing.
7- I made the brown rice with peas again and used some strategic positioning to hide it in the fridge, since it got scarfed down so quickly last time :P leftover chicken, some zucchini... chips and salsa after the baby went to bed...

weekend:
chicken enchiladas, salad
Three Sisters Stew from Feeding the Whole Family (love this book!!)
sun & mon are up to my mom &/or leftovers/use things up
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tu-thu:
lentils w/ spinach (thank you LizzyQ!), roasted carrots
pot roast with parsnips
leftovers with make-ahead mashed potatoes
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This is pretty much the same recipe, the only difference the one in my book calls for onions instead of scallions: http://willowpf.com/index.php?option...d=31&Itemid=49
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I only post dinners, and I'll noted if a meal is veggie only.

January

1 - Shrimp cocktail, leaf lettuce salad, N.Y. steaks, mashed potatoes & wilted spinach (Happy New Year!)
2 - Roasted Chicken, root veggies (squash, rutabaga, & green apple) with simple risotto
3 - Pot Roast with veggies (carrots, brussel sprouts, potato, green bean) & mashed potatoes
4 - Leftovers
5 - Speghetti w/ meatballs & spinach salad
6 - Leftover Jambalaya with extra shrimp from NY dinner.
7 - Beef Stew with rice
8 - Chicken Tikka Masala & sliced manago

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1-ate at my mom's *ds2 & I had lunch out
2-out for dh's work party
3-zesty grilled hamsteak, baked potatoes, stir fried veggies, berry cobbler for dessert
4-tomato soup, rolls
5-quesadillas *dh had lunch out
6-dinner at my mom's
7-fried potatoes and onions, eggs *we got takeout, long story
8-pizza
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1. Fried rice with terriaki chicken
2. Fried rice and terriaki chicken again
3. Out
4. We were all in and out at different times so it was fend for yourself night, but we all ate in.
5. Breakfast burritos
6. Beef Stroganoff
7. Chicken and Dumplings
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1. Chicken soup
2. Tuna and macaroni
3. Spinach soup and hardboiled eggs
4. Pasta bolognese
5. Lentil-kidney bean-carrot-curry soup
6. Change of plans, ate leftovers and bread. And chips. Made pea soup before bed.
7. Vegetarian pea soup, wonderful fresh italian lamb sausage, cabbage sauteed in the drippings
8. Stewed lamb and veggies, boiled botatoes, leftover sauteed cabbage
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This week we fell off the wagon once, on Wednesday (I had grades due), but everyone packed their lunch every day, which was a big help.

1: Teriyaki Tofu and Orange Sesame Broccoli
2: out after church - it was under $8, though
3: Lasagna w/ Cashew Ricotta, green beans
4: leftover lasagna
5: out again
6: Potato pancakes and red chard
7: Creamy Cajun Chick*n Pasta, salad
8: Spicy Mung Bean Stew, sweet potato fries, tortillas
9: kind of a stir-fried rice, seitan, veggie thing
10: leftover ^^
11: Spaghetti, green beans
12: Teriyaki tofu and broccoli (again - this was good!)
13: Black bean soup, pico de gallo, tortillas
14: Baked potatoes w/ black beans, avocado, etc.
15: Spicy peanut and eggplant stew (new recipe experiment)


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I'm in again. We do *schedule* eating out, but unless I'm sick, we do a pretty good job of not eating out "on the fly", which can be rather spendy as we absolutely do not eat fast food. Period. That's not an option. (BTW, has anyone seen the threads over in Nutrition and Good Eating about some really nasty stuff going on at fast foods... read that thread, it'll give you good motivation to never eat at another fast food restaurant in your life!)

So far this month. Suppers only. Lunch is leftovers or fresh sandwiches.

1: Hors d'oeuvres to snack on throughout the evening (Frozen from night before)
2: Spaghetti with salad
3: New Year's Eve leftovers morphed into sandwiches
4: I worked - FFY or breakfast for supper
5: Cottage Pie
6: Leftover Cottage pie
7: BBQ meatballs, salad and home fries
8: Eat out... scheduled - ended up getting take away from the local Mexican Restaurant because we had a contractor here giving a bid, so we didn't get to actually go out, but I didn't cook, either and we saved a significant amount of money by doing take away instead

I have the rest of the month planned out, but some days get switched around, so I won't waste the bandwidth to post it.
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1- homemade pizza, 1 pepperoni and 1 onion, red pepper, black olive. made a white bean soup but any way I puree, it still has tiny chunks maybe freezing will help.
2- homemade biscuits and gravy with pot roast leftovers. made "healthy no-bake cookies"
3- chicken & pasta casserole (I had enough for two last week), yummy salad. whole wheat banana bread with flax & ground oatmeal.
4- FFY. linguine marinara for a late lunch...
5- I made my first whole chicken! in the crock, rubbed it with salt, pep & paprika, and set it up in the slow cooker with lemon, garlic and rosemary... kind of like here, but with paprika. - I saved the white bean soup! - Made medium grain brown rice & added frozen peas toward the end.
6- late snack- homemade pizza with roasted eggplant & goat cheese.. a little bit of leftover dough got made into a solitary cinnamon roll sort of thing, for which I even made icing.
7- I made the brown rice with peas again and used some strategic positioning to hide it in the fridge, since it got scarfed down so quickly last time :P leftover chicken, some zucchini... chips and salsa after the baby went to bed...
8- had a yummy salad for lunch, enchiladas with leftover chicken in the works for dinner!
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11- lunch out with my dad for my brother's birthday

weekend:
Three Sisters Stew from Feeding the Whole Family (love this book!!)
my mom is making:
shrimp pasta w/ leeks
pizza casserole
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tu-thu:
lentils w/ spinach (thank you LizzyQ!), roasted carrots
pot roast with parsnips
also planning to make this parsnip soup a couple of you are making! Got garam masala today, should have everything but the parsnips (I plan to buy lots of veg on Monday)
leftovers with make-ahead mashed potatoes

Is that too much soup? :-P Despite the supposedly separate food plans, I heard grumbles about that. I think I put together a great plan full of whole foods, low on cost and effort for how many servings it will yield. I don't mind eating soup a lot :P I see a couple of meat pies in our future too, with the roast beef and veggies from the stew or soup and the mashed potatoes &/or easy puff pastry topping... yum.
I have this problem where I want to make EVERYTHING ... all at once!
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1/1 pancakes
1/2 spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread
1/3 roasted chicken, potatoes, carrots
1/4 grilled cheese and tomato soup
1/5 parm. garlic chicken, pierogies, broccoli/cauliflour mix
1/6 broccoli cheese soup and breadsticks
1/7 Italian Pasta Bake
1/8 ribs, rice, veggies

PLANNED:
1/9 leftovers
1/10 turkey, mashed taters, corn casserole, biscuits
1/11 leftovers
1/12 ??
1/13 frozen pizza or leftovers
1/14-1/15 out of town

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Everything cooked at home is vegan & Lunch is usually FFY and/or leftovers

1. Creole Black Eyed Peas
2. Bombay Potatoes/Chickpeas and basmati rice
3. FFY
4. Pasta Della California
5. Sauteed Seitan with Mushrooms & Spinach over Quinoa & rutabagas on the side
6. Lemony spinach Potatoes & chickpeas with basmati rice
7. Lentils with Spinach and basmati rice
8. Lunch Out (Paid with Xmas gift card) Pasta Della California

Planned:
9. (S) Teriyaki Tofu/Veggies over brown rice
10. (Su) Wild Risotto & Roasted Potatoes
11. (M) (School night) FFY
12. (T) Black Bean and Sweet Potato Enchilada Pie
13. (W) (School night) Chili and chips
14. (Th) Garam Masala Parnsip Soup
15. (F) Homemade pizza with uncheese sauce


October's Challenge
November's Challenge
December's Challenge
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January 1 - Franks and beans. Exciting, I know.
January 2 - Cereal for lunch, pasta with sauce and garlic bread for dinner.
January 3 - DD asked for bean and cheese nachos.
January 4 - Fresh from the oven, homemade bread with butter, jelly, and peanut butter (not all together!) We ate so much, nobody was hungry for a 'real' dinner. Have black beans soaking for tomorrow.
January 5 - Turkey dogs wrapped in crescent rolls.
January 6 - The beans still haven't made it onto plates yet. I was planning on making sweet potato burritos with the black beans, but I napped with the kids, so we had a mishmash for dinner - yogurt, carrots, salad, random stuff.
January 7 - I don't even remember what we had last night, but I know we ate it here.
January 8 - Sweet potato burritos, finally! Hoping to use up the rest for taco soup sometime over the weekend.
January 9 - Scrambled eggs, bacon, english muffins = breakfast for dinner
January 10 - Red beans and rice with sausage

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1/1 Caribbean Jerk Chicken, rice, broccoli & rolls
1/2 spaghetti & garlic bread
1/3 migraine & was asleep during dinner..DH bought fast food for family
1/4 Chicken w/ Rosemary herb spice mix, sweet potato & mixed veg
1/5 Lunch planned eat out; Brinner (DH wasn't home) cereal & toast for me/ leftover french toast for DS
1/6 Mexican Lasagna Yummy--perhaps even better the next day!! But even cut in half, this makes a HUGE dish!
1/7 Chicken Spaghetti
1/8 Leftover Mexican Lasagna
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Oh my, I would love to participate! It is kind of like being held accountable!!

Ok, I cannot remember the last few days - there were some grapes and crackers and cheese. Corndogs. Ok, so I promise to do better!!!

January
9 - Citrus Broiled Salmon with Broccoli and rice
10 - Zucchini, Mediterranean Style
11 - Shrimp with Tomatoes and Feta Cheese
12 - Lentil Soup
13 - Red Beans and Rice
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1. everyone was some place else except ds2 and I, so we just snacked, nothing of note
2. roasted butternut squash with sesame oil and soy sauce over brown rice (spent $14 at the farmer's market on apples, broccoli, kale, and mandarins)
3. bean and cheese pupusas, pinto beans, green salad with walnuts, spinach, romaine, carrots, and broccoli
4. cheese tortollini for the kids and spaghetti for me, both with tomato sauce and steamed broccoli
5. potato tacos with sauteed onions, pintos, avocado, and cheese on flour tortillas. we'll also have some sort of green vegetable in there somewhere (spent $11 at the produce market on onions, avocado, apples, limes, and muesli)
6. chicken nuggets and sausages for the kids and dh, roasted fingerlings, roasted broccoli and cauliflower, rolls, brown rice, roasted butternut squash
7. potato and tomato soup, crackers, pupusas
8. veggie stir fry, ginger tofu, rice

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We cook vegan...I'll write when not vegan

1. Lunch-leftover enchalada casserole w homemade tomatillo sauce(WICKED!)
Dinner-All you can eat veg sushi-G/C from xmas(I don't count it as eating out)
2. Chickpea potato curry w tossed salad and roasted eggplant
3. Homemade pizza w coleslaw and carrot sticks
4. New meal-chop suey w toasted almonds on rice, roasted eggplant, carrot sticks. Ds gobbled it up! Dd tried lentils for the first time and gobbled them up! YAY!
5. I mad a yummy soup based on this curry recipe http://theppk.com/recipes/dbrecipes/...ipeID=143..but changed quite a bit
6. Veggie stir fry with almonds on noodles
7 Homemade pizza AGAIN..ds is on a kick
8. Dh's night to cook-AND HE COOKED! Split pea/10 bean mix soup with tons of veggies. It was really a thick stew. Roasted potatoes, penne noodles(?why? no idea) and salad...he confused me with everything but the soup.
9. We both work until dinner-prob pasta with the leftover noodles frm last night

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I only post dinners, and I'll noted if a meal is veggie only.

January

1 - Shrimp cocktail, leaf lettuce salad, N.Y. steaks, mashed potatoes & wilted spinach (Happy New Year!)
2 - Roasted Chicken, root veggies (squash, rutabaga, & green apple) with simple risotto
3 - Pot Roast with veggies (carrots, brussel sprouts, potato, green bean) & mashed potatoes
4 - Leftovers
5 - Speghetti w/ meatballs & spinach salad
6 - Leftover Jambalaya with extra shrimp from NY dinner.
7 - Beef Stew with rice
8 - Chicken Tikka Masala & sliced mango
9 - Dinner out - StoneFire Pizza for a birthday

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1/1: MIL brought over dinner
1/2: kids had mac n cheese with sitter, dh and I ate a late lunch out for "date night" and had popcorn later in the evening
1/3: SIL brings over steak and scalloped potatoes for dh's going-away party, I make bread and veggies
1/4: Kids ate mac n cheese and grapes. MIL brought me over a twice-baked potato, but I am not hungry because we ate Mickey-D's after the preschool pickup at 3 p.m. Weak. I am weak.
1/5: I ate the leftover steak and baked potato, kids ate chicken tenders and fries.
1/6: I had salad and whole wheat pastini, the kids rejected the pastini and ate tortillas, bananas, cookies and milk. Carb city.
1/7: Kids had Velveeta Shells n Cheese with the sitter. I had carrots and merlot when I got home later. The dog ate my dd1's favorite teddy bear.
1/8: tortilla w/ peanut butter for dd, bologna and cheese sandwich for ds, bologna sandwich for me.
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Family of 4. DH and I both WOH. Girls and I eat Breakfast, snack, lunch at work/school/daycare.

1) baked turkey, pasta salad, green veggie
2) Applebees (will use $50 GC from Christmas)
3) turkey pot pie, salad
4) eggs and toast
5) cereal
6) spaghetti (sauce in crockpot), salad
7) fettuccine Alfredo with chicken
8) leftovers
9) leftovers again and probably PB&J for the girls
10) (planned) chicken and beef fajitas
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1-1 bean and cheese burritos
1-2 chicken and wild rice soup for lunch--leftovers for supper
1-3 guacomole burgers for lunch and more leftovers for supper
1-4 miso soup, green salad, edename,rice
1-5 squash, corn, and grilled lamb steak
1-6 DH and I had more burritos and the kids had more burgers
1-7 DH made beef roast, carrots, potatos and gravy
1-8 lentil and chard curry and fresh bread
1-9 ??
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1. Chicken soup
2. Tuna and macaroni
3. Spinach soup and hardboiled eggs
4. Pasta bolognese
5. Lentil-kidney bean-carrot-curry soup
6. Change of plans, ate leftovers and bread. And chips. Made pea soup before bed.
7. Vegetarian pea soup, wonderful fresh italian lamb sausage, cabbage sauteed in the drippings
8. Stewed lamb and veggies, boiled botatoes, leftover sauteed cabbage
9. Leftover lamb and potatoes in lemon-dill sauce made from the stew broth, cabbage baked in butter
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Is that too much soup? :-P Despite the supposedly separate food plans, I heard grumbles about that. I think I put together a great plan full of whole foods, low on cost and effort for how many servings it will yield. I don't mind eating soup a lot :P I see a couple of meat pies in our future too, with the roast beef and veggies from the stew or soup and the mashed potatoes &/or easy puff pastry topping... yum.
I have this problem where I want to make EVERYTHING ... all at once!
We eat soup a lot, precisely because it is so easy, cheap and healthy! I think once your family gets used to eating it a lot they won't even notice anymore.
And I have the same problem with wanting to make everything at once!

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Is that too much soup? :-P Despite the supposedly separate food plans, I heard grumbles about that. I think I put together a great plan full of whole foods, low on cost and effort for how many servings it will yield. I don't mind eating soup a lot :P I see a couple of meat pies in our future too, with the roast beef and veggies from the stew or soup and the mashed potatoes &/or easy puff pastry topping... yum.
I have this problem where I want to make EVERYTHING ... all at once!
Whether or not it is too much soup depends on your family and their preferences... I personally love soup and don't mind having it frequently.. especially if you put it in a bread bowl! my DH on the other hand isn't that big on soups.. especially not on bean soups.. and if he had soups they have to be really thick.. think stew thick.. Cream soups... not his style.. So, I don't make soups often.. but if your family likes them more power to you...

as for wanting to make everything all at once, I TOTALLY understand... My friend posted a recipe on a blog that she was trying the other day on facebook..I've been looking at the blog every since.. I want to make everything on it NOW!! I think I'm going to have to do a Julia/Juliette thing and resolve to cook every recipe she has ever posted this year..
THe blog in question, must come with the following warning: This site WILL cause you to drool, and inspire you to cook all sorts of new recipes.. If you follow it, it WILL be hazardous to your waistline!! Pioneer Woman Cooking
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1. Chicken makhani, and broccoli and potato curry
2. Out, my dinner plans fell through and I didn't have a back up plan, so we caved and went out.
3. My mom took us out to dinner (I only count meals out against us if we pay for them!)
4. Cashew chicken and broccoli over rice
5. FFY night to use up a bunch of misc leftovers before they went bad
6. Tamales and tacquitos (homemade, but not by me- they were from a friend of FIL)
7. Pasta alfredo with chicken apple sausage
8. Frozen pizza from TJs- not homemade, but so much better than eating out since I really didn't feel like cooking.
9. Chicken and cracked wheat

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1-ate at my mom's *ds2 & I had lunch out
2-out for dh's work party
3-zesty grilled hamsteak, baked potatoes, stir fried veggies, berry cobbler for dessert
4-tomato soup, rolls
5-quesadillas *dh had lunch out
6-dinner at my mom's
7-fried potatoes and onions, eggs *we got takeout, long story
8-pizza
9-meatloaf, mashed potatoes, corn
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1- Oops! Ordered chinese! i need help!
2- Chicken Parmesan w/ Mixed green salad and balsamic vinaigrette
3- Leftover chicken parm...
4- Chili and cornbread
5- Leftover Chili
6- Greek "pitzah" (pita flatbread with hummus, mozarella, tomato, olive, onion, feta, spinach, and parsley...yum!)
7- Beef stroganoff over whole wheat egg noodles and veggies
8- Leftover stroganoff
9- Scheduled weekend eating out. I'm so happy to eat something I didn't have to cook!
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We cook vegan...I'll write when not vegan

1. Lunch-leftover enchalada casserole w homemade tomatillo sauce(WICKED!)
Dinner-All you can eat veg sushi-G/C from xmas(I don't count it as eating out)
2. Chickpea potato curry w tossed salad and roasted eggplant
3. Homemade pizza w coleslaw and carrot sticks
4. New meal-chop suey w toasted almonds on rice, roasted eggplant, carrot sticks. Ds gobbled it up! Dd tried lentils for the first time and gobbled them up! YAY!
5. I mad a yummy soup based on this curry recipe http://theppk.com/recipes/dbrecipes/...ipeID=143..but changed quite a bit
6. Veggie stir fry with almonds on noodles
7 Homemade pizza AGAIN..ds is on a kick
8. Dh's night to cook-AND HE COOKED! Split pea/10 bean mix soup with tons of veggies. It was really a thick stew. Roasted potatoes, penne noodles(?why? no idea) and salad...he confused me with everything but the soup.
9. Leftover penne noodles w tomato egplant sauce/hemp seeds. With a salad of lettuce/onion/tom./peppers/olives/peas/corn and leftover potatoes

mommy daddy son daughter = our family
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1/1 pancakes
1/2 spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread
1/3 roasted chicken, potatoes, carrots
1/4 grilled cheese and tomato soup
1/5 parm. garlic chicken, pierogies, broccoli/cauliflour mix
1/6 broccoli cheese soup and breadsticks
1/7 Italian Pasta Bake
1/8 screwed up and went out
1/9 leftovers and snacks at sporting event

PLANNED:
1/10 turkey, mashed taters, corn casserole, biscuits
1/11 leftovers
1/12 ??
1/13 frozen pizza or leftovers
1/14-1/15 out of town

SAHM to the munchkins (14.5, 11.5, 9.5, 3, and almost 2)
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1- homemade pizza, 1 pepperoni and 1 onion, red pepper, black olive. made a white bean soup
2- homemade biscuits and gravy with pot roast leftovers. made "healthy no-bake cookies"
3- chicken & pasta casserole (I had enough for two last week), yummy salad. whole wheat banana bread with flax & ground oatmeal.
4- FFY. linguine marinara for a late lunch...
5- I made my first whole chicken! in the crock, rubbed it with salt, pep & paprika, and set it up in the slow cooker with lemon, garlic and rosemary... kind of like here, but with paprika. - I saved the white bean soup! - Made medium grain brown rice & added frozen peas toward the end.
6- late snack- homemade pizza with roasted eggplant & goat cheese.. a little bit of leftover dough got made into a solitary cinnamon roll sort of thing, for which I even made icing.
7- I made the brown rice with peas again and used some strategic positioning to hide it in the fridge, since it got scarfed down so quickly last time :P leftover chicken, some zucchini... chips and salsa after the baby went to bed...
8- had a yummy salad for lunch, enchiladas with leftover chicken for dinner!
9- my stew was a no-go since I didn't soak the beans >der< (I thought we had a backup can of pintos but I was mistaken about the type of bean)... so I ended up making Mojadra- lentils and rice (a little salt) topped with seasoned carmelized onions (a little salt, cumin, coriander, pinch of cayenne) and yogurt mixed with dill. Also from Feeding the Whole Family- massive thanks to whoever mentioned that book! As usual, we're missing veggies :/
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11- lunch out with my dad for my brother's birthday

weekend:

my mom is making:
shrimp pasta w/ leeks
pizza casserole
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then:
Three Sisters Stew (from FtWF)
pot roast with parsnips
also planning to make this parsnip soup a couple of you are making!
leftovers with make-ahead mashed potatoes
lentils w/ spinach (thank you LizzyQ!), roasted carrots
lemon & garlic quinoa salad (FtWF)

I have this problem where I want to make EVERYTHING ... all at once! This month I am enjoying trying some new things, nothing extravagant, just hoping to add to my repertoire and become more efficient with experience.
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January
9 - Citrus Broiled Salmon with Broccoli and rice
10 - Zucchini, Mediterranean Style
11 - Shrimp with Tomatoes and Feta Cheese
12 - Lentil Soup
13 - Red Beans and Rice

I did it!! Ok, so it was only one day but my children were begging me all day to go out to eat and I managed to decline and cook. I am proud! Have a great day all!
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DH comes home tonight!

1/1: MIL brought over dinner
1/2: kids had mac n cheese with sitter, dh and I ate a late lunch out for "date night" and had popcorn later in the evening
1/3: SIL brings over steak and scalloped potatoes for dh's going-away party, I make bread and veggies
1/4: Kids ate mac n cheese and grapes. MIL brought me over a twice-baked potato, but I am not hungry because we ate Mickey-D's after the preschool pickup at 3 p.m. Weak. I am weak.
1/5: I ate the leftover steak and baked potato, kids ate chicken tenders and fries.
1/6: I had salad and whole wheat pastini, the kids rejected the pastini and ate tortillas, bananas, cookies and milk. Carb city.
1/7: Kids had Velveeta Shells n Cheese with the sitter. I had carrots and merlot when I got home later. The dog ate my dd1's favorite teddy bear.
1/8: tortilla w/ peanut butter for dd, bologna and cheese sandwich for ds, bologna sandwich for me.
1/9: McDonald's
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