Chicken ravioli x4 trays
bison polish sausage x12 links
ground beef x 4.5 pounds (uncooked)
Tilapia one 48oz bag fillets
italian chicken sausage x 1#
Mexican chicken sausage x 1#
one 3-4# whole chicken
Hamburger steaks (what are those called?) 12 patties
ground vennison 5#
Corned beef roast, uncooked
mixed veggies 16oz
green beans 16oz
pie crust x6 boxes (oh, the trans fats, but...)
1 gallon sized bag meatballs
1 gallon sized bag Thai squash soup
Ok this is what I was thinkin:
Meal 1: Roast the chicken and serve with your fave sides and gravy. Yum.
Meal 2: Use 1/2 left over chicken meat and the gravy left overs and italian chicken sausage and 2 tilapia fillets, tomato paste, rice etc to make jambalaya. Mmmm... (I can give you my recipe if you need one.)
Meal 3: Use the bones to make stock. Take some of that stock, some pasta and the left over meat to make chicken noodle soup.
Meal 4: Make ravioli casserole. Add veggies, ravioli, and maybe some of the thai squash soup thickened with a bit of corn starch. Top with cheese and bake.
Meal 5: Make italian wedding soup with your chicken stock, meatballs, some spinach and seasonings. I often make potato dumplings the same size as the meatballs.
Meal 6: Fish pie. Pie crust, tilapia, cream sauce, veggies seasonings, and in my house, cheese!
Meal 7: Meat pie with your ground venison.
Meal 8: This with more of your tilapia!
3 fillets (or however many you need to serve)
5 tbsp sour cream
2 tsp coarse mustard
3 Roma tomatoes
Lay your fillets in the bottom of a greesed baking dish, and salt and pepper them. Slice the tomatoes and lay the slices on top of the fish. Mix the sour cream, mustard (I use dijon) and grated cheddar together and scoop over the tomatoes.
Bake at 375 for 25-30 min or so, depending on how thick your fillets are so keep an eye on it.
Meal 9: Corned Beef roast with sides from either your rice or pasta.
Meal 10: Corned Beef rueben casserole. http://www.grouprecipes.com/59916/ea...casserole.html
Meal 11: Sausage and pepper buns. Buy sub buns. Saute red, yellow green etc peppers, onions, and the bison sausage chopped, add a bit of tomato sauce and spices. (We like this spicy!) I have also served this over rice.
Use your beans as sides, in soups, for lunches etc.
That's all I can do right now, the boys are yelling!
Hope that helps a bit!