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#1 of 17 Old 09-24-2007, 11:27 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hey everyone, thought I would start up a thread
I only plan dinners so here it goes

Monday Maple and Brown Sugar Ham
Mashed potatoes with gravy
corn and crossants

Tuesday Bourbon street chicken
white rice
green beans

Weds. Pulled BBQ beef
Sweet Potato wedges (got that recipe off of here one day)
salad

Thursday Chicken Quesidillas
Rice and Beans

Friday Penne
Salad and bread

Saturday Beans soup and sandwhiches

Sunday leftover day
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Monday 24~leftovers
Tues. 25~lasagna
Wednesday 26~grilled cheese, tomato soup
Thurs. 27~turkey drumsticks, rice, green beans
Friday 28~goulash, fresh bread
Saturday 29~out at neighbors
Sunday 30~cheeseburgers, fries

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Monday - bean and cheese quesadillas
Tuesday - paninis
Wednesday - out for my dad's bday
Thursday - haven't decided yet, maybe leftovers
Friday - Steak, some veggie and mac & cheese
Saturday - Cheeseburgers, fries and whatever fresh veggie sounds good
Sunday - pork chops, scalloped potatoes, green beans

Lunches are leftovers or sandwiches, breakfast is bagels or eggs.
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this is great, i was just making up our meal plan for the week and popped on here to get some lunch ideas for my toddlers.

here's our week:

tuesday: homemade pizza
wednesday: veggie chili
thursday: chicken and dumplings + mashed potatoes
friday: spaghetti + salad
saturday: burrito pie
sunday: macaroni and cheese + salad
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Good idea! Here's mine:

Monday: Eggplant 'lasagna'
Tuesday: Black bean burger patties with sauteed mushrooms/onions on top, yellow squash on the side
Wednesday: Stir-fried noodles with tofu, broccoli, carrots, and red peppers
Thursday: Spinach and mushroom quesadillas
Friday: leftovers
Saturday: Will probably go out to eat or get take-out (this is date night with DH!)
Sunday: Pinto beans and cornbread with sliced tomatoes and green onions
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Monday-
B: cereal, peaches
L: out
D: breakfast for supper - eggs, bacon, toast, fruit salad (didn't happen due to my horrible pain - McD's for the kids instead )

Tuesday-
B: strawberry/blueberry muffins, bananas
L: PB&J, apple
D: chicken enchilada skillet, Santa Fe rice, black beans

Wednesday-
B: breakfast burritos
L: leftover chicken enchilada & rice
D: BLTs, baked fries

Thursday-
B: oatmeal, apple slices
L: roasted chicken sandwich, baby carrots
D: orange chicken, white rice, egg drop soup (STILL haven't done this!)

Friday-
B: scrambled eggs, toast w/ jelly
L: leftover orange chicken & egg drop soup
D: Beef stroganoff, green beans, corn on the cob, crescent rolls

Saturday-
B: chocolate chip muffins, bananas
L: leftovers/clean out fridge

Desserts:
-easy chocolate chip bars
-old-fashioned icebox dessert

After-school snacks:
-graham crackers & apple slices
-baby carrots w/ Ranch dip
-granola bars & peaches
-raisins & bananas
-hard-boiled eggs & fruit salad
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Mmmm egg drop soup!

Here's ours

Mon: Pork Roast, summer squash, leftover stuffing, and fried apples
Tues: Chicken Wings, celery sticks and cottage cheese
Wed: Omelets, homemade toast and jam, and bacon
Thurs: Enchiladas and rice, fruit salad
Fri: Cheeseburgers and onion rings, green beens
Sat and Sun: away from home
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I'll play. This is my list for the next two weeks. the notes in the parenthesis help me make my shopping list.

Pot Roast w/ carrots and potatoes (roast, onion, garlic, carrots, potatoes, onion soup mix, thyme, chicken stock, what ever other root veggies look good)

Spaghetti carbonara w/ green beans w/lemon, butter and garlic (spaghetti, half and half, eggs, bacon, parm)(green beans, garlic, lemon, butter)

Pasta and meat sauce (pasta sauce, meat, pasta)

Cream cheese chicken (cream cheese, onion, italian or ranch dressing powder, chicken, pasta)

Roast chicken w/ cauliflower and asparagus, lemon and parm (bone in chicken parts w/ skin cauliflower and asparagus, parm, lemon)

Tacos (shells, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, seasoning packet, cheese, meat, canned mixed veg) *I cook the meat with mixed veg in it.

Mustard glazed pork chops w/ stuffing and kale (pork chops, whole grain mustard, honey, thyme, stove top stuffing, kale, garlic, chicken stock)

Steak w/ baked potato and asparagus (steak, potatoes, sour cream, cheese, green onion, bacon, butter, asparagus)

Smothered steak w/ mashed potatoes and gravy and spinach (cutlets, cream of mushroom soup, potatoes, milk, butter, spinach)

Grilled shrimp w/ garlic chili oil, broccoli and peanut noodles (shrimp, red pepper flakes, garlic, oil, broccoli, spaghetti noodles, peanut butter, rice wine vinegar, brown sugar)

Brown sugar salmon and gingered sugar snap peas, garlic mashed potatoes (salmon, brown sugar, butter, soy sauce, lemon juice, sugar snap peas, ginger garlic, potatoes, butter, milk)

Italian wedding soup (Italian sausage, chicken stock, zucchini, squash, thyme, red pepper flakes, marjoram)
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So far my meals aren't planned per day, I make from scratch even sauces, so really it depends if the night before I had a chance to do all prep work and beforehand stock making/sauce making etc.

Mon - was roast with onions/mushroom/sour cream sauce over rice, broccoli and I mulled some hot cider so we drank that (me with a shot of bourbon )

Tues - tonight is teryiaki chicken, probably over rice, probably a salad and I made a citric dressing last night for it

Wed - pizza with homemade spelt crust, marinara sauce that I will make tonight for the breadsticks
Some kind of veggie, though I make the pizza sauce with sweet potato, tomato, onions, squash, carrot so it's already very healthy

Thursday - Gyros. I will make up a lamb/beef seasoned meatloaf type wed night and bake it thursday so we can slice it. I always have tzatziki made up , some fresh from sunday and I have some little tomatoes to use up.
- I will make up some spelt flat bread sometime before then.

Friday - not sure yet, probably general tso chicken for DH and maybe simple pasta dish for the kids and I

Lunches will be probably leftovers and grilled sandwiches, I always make some kind of soup for the week. My kids like to drink them with fat straws in little to go type of cups.

Snacks, I made some pumpkin raisin bread already, shakes, whatever we grab.

Thursday and friday may be switched based on whether or not I pre-make the flat bread in time!
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texaspeach that chicken carbonara sounds good. I like to make that only once a month or so because I gain a few that week.....I usually eat most of it my self! I have some pancetta to use up
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425lm, i'd love your marinara recipe-sounds yummy!

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Starting from today:

bfast-wheat toast, fried egg whites for dd, turkey slices, cottage cheese for me, chai for me, banana for me

lunch-leftover pork meatball soup and grilled cheese on wheat bread for me and dh, leftover pork tenderloin medallions and rice for dd

dinner-dh and I have a date (THAI!!!!), dd and sitter will eat either pancakes and bacon with fruit or any leftovers they want or sitter will make pasta (really depends on what they want)

FRIDAY
bfast-banana muffins, fresh oj, turkey slices, cottage cheese for me
lunch-curried rice salad with leftover rice, grilled green beans, toasted pita triangles (will leave out veggies in salad cuz dd won't like them!)
dinner-going out for either Chinese or Spanish cuz both are on our street (We have MOVIE Night and a special meal every Friday)

SATURDAY
bfast-muffins, chai for me
lunch-chickpea salad, tuna on toast
dinner-dan dan mian (will take out some meat for dd before adding spices) over udon noodles, green beans if any leftover and if not I will steam some broccoli

SUNDAY
bfast-Daddy's pancakes, English bacon (mmm), fruit salad
lunch-any leftovers from any meal before Saturday (clean out fridge!)
dinner-red dragon pie (basically, adzuki bean pie with mashed potato crust/topping)

Also, I'm working on my OCT menu. I have it halfway done!
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I am going to TexasPeach's house for dinner this week
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Grilled shrimp w/ garlic chili oil, broccoli and peanut noodles (shrimp, red pepper flakes, garlic, oil, broccoli, spaghetti noodles, peanut butter, rice wine vinegar, brown sugar



Texas, do you fry this all together, bake? how is this made, it sounds divne!
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Would you guys mind posting these recipes? These sound great!

tinas3muskateers - Bourbon Street Chicken

texas peach - Spaghetti Carbonara, Cream Cheese Chicken, Mustard Glazed Pork Chops w/ Stuffing


I have been sick so my meal plan for this week was all messed up. I'm working on next weeks now.

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cream cheese chicken

grilled shrimp I don't bother with skewers and just put them on the grill, searing in a very hot pan works too

the carbonara is just a regular carbonara recipe with no recipe. it's cheese heavy, so not easy on the waist line. mix together a few eggs, maybe some milk or half and half, a bunch of parm. and set aside. cook bacon or pancetta until crisp, drain and crumble. cook spaghetti and drain, return to the hot pot immediately and pour the egg/cheese mixture over it and stir it quickly. the heat from the pan cooks the egg and makes a sauce. top with bacon/pancetta

mustard pork chops.. just brush chops with whole grain mustard I use this stuff - a little goes a long way. you can mix in a little honey and/or thyme if you want. grill or pan fry, if you stuff them baking works. if you have thick chops you can split them and stuff them, but I usually just serve it along side. for the kale I boil a little chicken/veg stock, like 1/2 a cup or so, and add garlic, then kale and cook for a few minutes.
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Thank you for posting those Texas Peach.

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