|The black bean burgers with smoked provolone (last week's menu) were really tasty!|
While I don't really plan breakfast day to day, I do know that this week, I need to make granola and yogurt - we are low on both. I think I'll also make some muffins. We are getting a lot of eggs right now, so I may try to do an egg dish too.
We are starting the week with a few leftovers in the fridge, so I don't think I'll have to make any lunch foods - we will find things on hand and eat those, or else make something simple like a peanut butter sandwich.
|Last week's 'southern' supper - ham, blackeye peas, corn bread and green beans.|
Suppers are planned as follows:
S - teriyaki beef, rice, sesame spinach, bean sprout salad, kimchee, seasoned nori, macaroni salad, pineapple rings, mochi (We have had this meal at the time of posting, and it was really good!)
|...and mochi for dessert!|
M - pulled pork on toasted buns, slaw, strawberries & pineapple
T - chicken enchilada soup, shredded cheese, sour cream, chips with salsa & guacamole
W - lasagna bake, green beans, garlic toast, sliced apples
R - Asian chicken salad w/ chow mein noodles, toasted almonds & mandarin oranges
F - omelets with spinach, cheese and ham, toast, fruit salad
S - leftover clean-up
Easter Dinner - I don't have things completely pinned down, but Husband has requested almond Danish for Easter weekend, and Daughter asked if we can have ham for Easter dinner. I'd like to have scalloped potatoes....a salad with toasted pecans and thin sliced apples would go nicely with the ham and potatoes...but I will also wait to see what the sales have to offer (I wouldn't mind some asparagus!) I won't plan a dessert, since we're having the Danish and I suspect there will be a bit of Easter candy. I could add deviled eggs to the menu too...time will tell.
What's the meal plan at your place this week?