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DahliaDoll

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We have lots of leftovers this week.
  • Monday ~ Leftover pizza
  • Tuesday ~ Leftover slow cooker cranberry apple chicken
  • Wednesday (ski?) ~ Leftover country style ribs, salad
  • Thursday ~ Shrimp, salad
  • Friday ~ Skinnytaste Crustless Quiche
  • Saturday ~ TBD
  • Sunday (DH cooks) ~ TBD
 
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Ahorsesoul

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We will be hamming it up this week.

Monday- Ham, candied yam (if I remember how to make them) and green beans.
Tuesday- Monte Cristo Sandwiches with ham
Wednesday- Take out
Thursday- Crispy Shrimp Pasta with salad
Friday- scalloped potatoes and yes… ham
Saturday-Artichoke French bread
Sunday-Pizza if we do not have it Wednesday or leftovers
 
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Lori K

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Sunday:
birthday dinner for Mom at DSis#4's house (lasagna, salad, garlic bread, etc.)
Monday: chicken a'la king with mixed vegetables over biscuits, salad
Tuesday: meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad
Wednesday: chicken with apples and cranberries in crock pot, brown rice, salad
Thursday: Widows group dinner (Looked at the menu. Maybe BLT or turkey club with a side salad instead of fries? Lake perch or shrimp with a side salad? )
Friday: small pizza, salad
Saturday: BBQ ribs in crock pot, sweet potato, coleslaw
Sunday: Swedish pot roast in crock pot, carrots, potatoes, coleslaw
 

MrsSoup

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January 15- 21

Saturday- Chicken patty with mac & cheese, fries
Sunday- Anniversary - dinner out (or lunch)
Monday- Country Pasta
Tuesday- Roast with carrots and potatoes
Wednesday- BBQ Beef Sandwiches
Thursday- Chicken Tacos
Friday- Homemade Pizza
 
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teachermomof2

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Week of January 16~

Sunday~Spiced Pork Chops, Rice Pilaf and steamed beans
Monday-Loaded Potato Soup and Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Tuesday-Tacos
Wednesday~Slow Cooker Pot Roast
Thursday~Steak and Twice Baked Potatoes
Friday~Take Out
Saturday~Chicken Noodle Soup
 

jampss

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Fri - Hamburger Dill Pickle Soup
Sat - Pizza ordered and brought home from I Love NY Pizza
Sun - Corn Chowder
Mon - Tacos
Tues - Grilled Cheese/Soup for the men (I have a Moms Night Out at BJ's Brewery!!!!!!)
Wed - Stroganoff
Thurs - Leftovers
 
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sweetpumkinpye

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This week, still hot here so quick and easy meals. Lots of salads. Use up the lettuce that cost 3.50 at the supermarket!!!

Sunday 16th: Chocolate croissants with strawberry sauce and icecream
Monday 17th: Steak burgers with lettuce, tomato, onions, cheese and mayo, side of chips
Tuesday 18th: Taco meatballs with savory rice and salad, pineapple whip for dessert
Wednesday 19th: Spiced pork mince in lettuce cups.
Thursday 20th: Sausages, mashed potato and corn cobs.
Friday 21st: Chicken Snitzels with potato bake.
Saturday 22nd: Fish, chips and salad.
 

missjane

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Monday 1/17 - Beef Stew and Cornbread
Tuesday 1/18 - Baked Catfish, Roasted Potatoes, Salad
Wednesday 1/19 - Jambalaya or Dirty Rice, Crackers
Thursday 1/20 - Ritzy Chicken, Green Bean Bundles
Friday - Pizza (order out or homemade; will decide later)
Saturday - Biscuits with Gravy, Grits, Scrambled Eggs
Sunday - TBD
 
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Lori K

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I am off to see what Swedish pot roast is made of.
The recipe on Food.com (https://www.food.com/recipe/swedish-pot-roast-92618) is very close to the one I have from my mom's recipe collection. I like to double the spice rub mixture, so the meat is well coated and, depending on the size of the roast, may also increase the vinegar/sugar mix. I typically substitute garlic powder for the cloves and add it to the spice rub. And I've never had bay leaves in my pantry, so they get left out.

Growing up, mom would cook it in the pressure cooker. (I later found out that she often substituted venison for the chuck roast -- and I hate venison. So it's a good way to disguise it, I guess.). I brown the meat as directed in the recipe and then cook it all day in the crock pot. Makes the house smell soooooo good and the meat gets so tender. Sometimes, I'll take some of the crock-pot juices and add a slurry to make gravy; other times, I'll just use the juices as is. It also makes great BBQ sandwiches from the leftovers. Hope you like it!
 

DahliaDoll

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  • Monday ~ Broccoli-chicken-hollandaise; salad
  • Tuesday ~ Taco salad*
  • Wednesday ~ Kingston pizza? (meet friends if they can make it)
  • Thursday ~ Cabbage patch stew*
  • Friday (ski) ~ Salmon; salad
  • Saturday ~ Chicken and Dumplings *
  • Sunday (DH cooks) ~ TBD
*freeze leftovers for ski trip
 
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jampss

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