Meal plan for the week of March 3:

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Meal plan for the week of March 3:
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Sun, 03-03-2013 - 10:15am

Sun: Roast chicken, baked sweet potatoes, veggie

Mon: Tortellini soup

Tues: Office happy hour for me, chili dogs for dh and the kids

Wed: Stuffed chicken breasts with pepperoni marinara sauce over wacky mac, mushroom

Thurs: Chicken with sage and peas, couscous

Fri: out for Thai food with dh (anniversary celebration), pasta with jarred (!) sauce for the kids

Sat: homemade pizza with italian sausage, pepperoni, red onion and jalepeno, salad

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 5:44pm

Let's see....

Sunday:  Pork chops, mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes and green beans.  

Monday:  Roast chicken (dry brined for 24 hours), potatoes and broccoli

Tuesday:  Meatballs, sauce and pasta.  Salad

Wednesday:  Sports banquet, no clue what they are serving.

Thursday:  Orange Chicken, brown rice with green peppers and carrots.

Friday, Saturday:  I don't know.

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 10:40am

So, last night was rotisserie chicken for the fam--DH picked it up at the grocery store. I've been laid up w/strep. We're 3 for 4 right now, DH is the only one who escaped unscathed. I think he made asparagus to go w/it, but DD ended up eating pretzels and hummus in my room. 

No idea for the rest of the week...I wonder if there is any of that chicken left over...

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 10:27am

Pizza with fresh cut veggies
Chuck Roast with potatoes, carrots and probably a salad
Tacos
spaghetti with salad and bread
Chicken breasts with rice and brocolli
Hallibut steaks and some mixed veggies
daughter will probably fix something with ground beef

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 8:45am
It really is easy and, I think, a very nice way to eat cauliflower. I eat it as a meal by itself, but you could obviously serve some meat or fish with it.
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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 8:30am

rollmops2009 wrote:
Cauliflower: In olive oil, saute a chopped onion, 2 chopped carrots, chopped stick celery, 2-3 cloves garlic, add a small can of crushed tomato or 2-3 fresh ones chopped fine, simmer a few minutes, add a bay leaf, salt, pepper (you can also add a stick of cinnamon), then add a head of cauliflower cut into large florets. Simmer with a lid on, turning the cauliflower a few times, until it is very tender. You can also add a sweet potato cut into chunks along with the cauliflower, not traditional, but it goes well. Add the end add in a good handful of chopped parsley. Cheap, healthy and easy.

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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 6:23am
Cauliflower: In olive oil, saute a chopped onion, 2 chopped carrots, chopped stick celery, 2-3 cloves garlic, add a small can of crushed tomato or 2-3 fresh ones chopped fine, simmer a few minutes, add a bay leaf, salt, pepper (you can also add a stick of cinnamon), then add a head of cauliflower cut into large florets. Simmer with a lid on, turning the cauliflower a few times, until it is very tender. You can also add a sweet potato cut into chunks along with the cauliflower, not traditional, but it goes well. Add the end add in a good handful of chopped parsley. Cheap, healthy and easy.
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Mon, 03-04-2013 - 5:58am

rollmops2009 wrote:
<p>Tomorrow I am planning cauliflower stewed Greek-style. I eat it with a little feta and a slice of bread. Not sure what else this week. I think some fish is in order. Thursday we are going to a barbeque at the club to celebrate "tsiknopempti" the last big meat-fest before Lent.</p>

Yeah, I think I"m just going to make a new rule that when you mention food you're making, you have to include the recipe :)  I'm sure you understand :D  I'll be needing the recipe for stewed cauliflower. :)

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Sun, 03-03-2013 - 3:36pm

Tomorrow I am planning cauliflower stewed Greek-style. I eat it with a little feta and a slice of bread. Not sure what else this week. I think some fish is in order. Thursday we are going to a barbeque at the club to celebrate "tsiknopempti" the last big meat-fest before Lent.

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