Week 355 Menu

Hi everyone!  Happy Monday!  Can you believe that this week we'll be halfway through March already.  Whoa, I wish time would slow down a bit.  And, don't you love daylight savings time?  I had to take my boys to school today, so they could sleep in a little longer.  Tomorrow might be a little rough.

I tried a few new recipes last week and thought I'd share what I thought.  I made some Mexican chopped salad with cilantro-lime vinaigrette and liked it.  I even bought jicama for the first time ever.  My mom used to buy it when I was little but I hadn't eaten it in years.

Yesterday we had some teenage girls from church over for dinner.  The theme of the dinner was supposed to be a country, so we did Sweden, since my husband served a mission there.  I made Swedish meatballs and then at the last minute whipped up this Swedish apple cake with vanilla sauce.  It turned out to be pretty yummy, but my kitchen was a giant mess afterwards.  I am not good at cleaning up as I go especially when I'm in a rush.

Menu time for this week:

Monday:  chicken stir fry

Tuesday:  naan pizzas

Wednesday:  breakfast for dinner

Thursday:  grill hot dogs and maybe a rainbow fruit tray (or maybe just some rolos at the bottom of a quickly drawn rainbow picture like last year)

Saturday:  grilled Greek chicken with tzatziki sauce, veggies and grilled naan

Sunday:  tinfoil dinners

What are you making this week?  Feel free to share.  I love it when you do.  

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  1. M - pizza pie and Oreo pie for Pi Day!
    T - SW chicken wraps (crockpot - parent-teacher conference day!)
    W - Chili dogs (hot dogs for kids who don't like chili)
    Th - two-timing pasta with sausage (Alfredo and marinara sauces). Not very Irish, but we are having lucky charms for breakfast; does that count??
    F - cheesy broccoli potato soup (it's supposed to snow!) and rolls
    Sa - chicken patty sandwiches and fries
    Su - breakfast burritos!

    1. How did I totally forget about Pi Day? We're totally having Lucky Charms for breakfast on St. Patrick's Day. That might be as Irish as we get. :) Thanks for sharing!


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