Sunday, March 21, 2010

Menu Plan for 3/21/10

Here's what we'll be eating this week:

Breakfasts: french toast, eggs banana bread, cold cereal, fruit, whole grain toast

Lunches: sandwiches, leftovers, Yakisoba meals (free at HT after coupon!), yogurt

Dinners:

Monday: Invited out for dinner

Tuesday: Cabbage and Kielbasa Skillet over stir-fried potatoes (didn't get to make this last week)


Wednesday: Salsa Chicken and Brown Rice Casserole with a side of beans and veggies

Thursday: Tuna Noodle Casserole from Scratch

Friday: Homemade pepperoni Pizza

Saturday: Top Sirlion, Twice Baked Potatoes, Mixed veg (got a great deal on top sirlion---can anyone give me a tip on how to cook this and not have it be tough?!?)

Sunday: Garden Supper Casserole (more with less cookbook p 138)

My huge stock up on meat/cheese trip will be posted tomorrow. I went over budget but will make up for it next week (triple coupons at Harris Teeter!).

What's on your menu this week?

4 comments:

bob said...

try this marinade. It makes the most awesome steak ever, no matter what kind of cut.

1/3c olive oil
1/3c soy sauce
1 clove garlic, minced
1tsp ground ginger

Marinade for 2 hours or more. Enough for steak for 6. I would cut in half for what you've got. Broil, grill, pan-cook. Sear both sides before cooking through to help keep the juices in.

The Keevy Family said...

Did you like the Tuna Noodle casserole? Just wondering if it was a first time for you on that recipe. If you liked it please let me know--I think I'll make it for dinner tomorrow since I don't have anything planned yet. :)

Hope you are doing well,

Jane

Rachael said...

Thanks Bob! That looks delicious:)

Rachael said...

Jane, I am not sure if this is the one I've used in the past or not! Sorry! But I know I have at least used a similar recipe if not this one and we really liked it.

And we had some changes to our week so we've had chicken noodle soup with biscuits and bumped that one (had homemade stock needing to be used) probably to tomorrow. So that's why I don't know how the recipe turned out;)