Monday, August 31, 2009

Menu Plan Monday

Oh no! Monday is over and I'm already behind! The laundry is piled up, the dishwasher is full, the refrigerator needs to be cleaned out... and I don't want to do any of it.

My menu really fell apart at the end of last week. Friday I took the girls out to a movie and stopped at the store on the way home for a junk food feast instead of cooking pizza. Saturday we were busy all day and ended up just grabbing McDonalds on the way home. Sunday Taylor fell down the stairs and split her chin open. It took five hours to get her stitched up and the poor girl just wanted mashed potatoes for dinner.. so that's what I cooked. Hopefully this week will be better although we aren't off to a great start. Dinner tonight was at the Japanese steakhouse.

Tomorrow I'd better get back to cooking.

Our CSA share for this week contained:

4 ears sweet corn
1# Roma beans
1½# German Butterball potatoes
1# summer squash
1# slicing tomatoes
1# tomatillos
1 red onion
1 sweet onion
1 bunch carrots
1 bunch rainbow chard
2 cucumbers
2 jalapenos
1 head garlic
1 lettuce
1 bunch chives
1 bunch cilantro
1 bunch flowers

I used the tomatillos and jalapenos for chile verde. Everything else will be pretty easy to use up.. nothing too weird this week.

Monday - dinner out
Tuesday - Rainbow Chard Tacos with Caramelized Onion and Fresh Cheese, Pink Beans
Wednesday - Beef Stroganoff, Vegetable Stroganoff, Potato and Cheese Pierogis
Thursday - Spaghetti and Meat or Bean Balls, Salad, Garlic Bread
Friday - Leftovers
Saturday - Make your own Pizza
Sunday - Bob grills something yummy

For more weekly menus visit www.orgjunkie.com. Have a great week everyone!

3 comments:

B2 C2 2009 said...

Yikes!

First off, please give our best to Taylor and her chin! Lizzie split her knee open on the trip and we fully believe in the curative effects of mashed potatoes.

Another thought from the travel log: McDonalds (while not recommended for everyday use) is a god-send when applied sparingly to the affected "areas", and as often as needed :-)

Lastly (and possibly most importantly...): What was the movie, and was it good?

Miss you much!

HF3K - Anne

queenlythings said...

Drat, I missed the stroganoff and pierogis!!!!!!

Mrs. Smith said...

Wow-I love your menu! Some of my family is starting to eat meat again, so this would be great for us. I look forward to seeing more meal plans like this. Thanks!