Menu Plan Week of 4/25/10

I don’t often menu plan, but I’ve not been feeling up to par, and this week I think having a plan will be particularly helpful.  My second son is taking drivers ed which meets from 6 – 9:15 p.m. Monday through Friday.  That means I need to have dinner ready about 5:00.  Having a menu plan will definitely help with getting dinner ready on time.

Since I’m not feeling well, I’m going to depend on meat I have in the freezer.  That will help simplify my grocery shopping as well as the cooking, since most of that meat is already cooked.  I need to buy vegetables, so this is just a guess at what I might have.  To see what I actually prepare each night, you can check my Facebook page.

Monday: Baked macaroni & cheese, asparagus
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Tuesday: Mexican casserole, zucchini & onions
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Wednesday: Spaghetti & meatballs, salad
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Thursday: Turkey breast, gold potatoes, green beans
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Friday: Calzones, salad

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Saturday:  Breakfast food (something with ham)
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Comments

  1. Iris says

    Can I come to dinner at your house this week? Your family is very lucky to have you cooking for them every night!

  2. adventuresofaglutenfreemom.com says

    Linda,

    Your calzones do look awesome, I have not had much success with mine in the past, never seem to get them closed properly and all the filling disappears, LOL!

    I hope you feel better soon!

    ((Hugs))

  3. iowamomlife.com says

    I think spaghetti and meatballs are going on the menu this week :) Hope you feel better very soon!

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