Week 418 Menu

#LIGHTtheWORLD is becoming one of my favorite things about December.  
Hi everyone!  Wow, my menu postings are kind of far and few between these days.  I really did make dinner the last month.  We hosted my brother-in-laws family for Thanksgiving and my sister-in-law and I whipped up a tasty feast.  

I think my favorite part of Thanksgiving was that I turned the roll making over to my 13 year old daughter.  She's been making our favorite whole wheat bread for two and a half years now.  She whips out 10 - 15 loaves every Saturday for our friends that are hooked on her bread too.  I handed her the Cloud Light Crescent Roll recipe that we love and she and her cousin made them perfectly!  

Last week I planned my menu and stuck to it every day.  I just didn't get around to posting it here.  ;)  I'm always amazed at how much smoother my week goes if I realistically meal plan.  There's definitely a difference between planning meals and planning realistic meals.  Sometimes I forget that.  

Anyway...here we go:

Monday:  Greek marinated grilled chicken in warm rosemary flatbread, with tzatziki sauce and grilled veggies

Tuesday:  crunchy tacos

Wednesday: southwestern cobb salad

Thursday:  potato bar

Friday:  leftovers

Saturday:  easy night

Sunday:  bistro chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, big green salad

All righty...that's what's on my menu.  What about you?  What are you making this week?  Feel free to share.  I love it when you do.

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  1. I am impressed by your daughter! I didn’t attempt rolls until I was an adult, married with a kid. And I still haven’t done bread without a bread maker ....

    M: spaghetti and French bread (that I bought at the store!!) �� (quick and easy because of a band concert tonight)
    T: turkey, stuffing and broccoli casserole (tastes like thanksgiving!)
    W: pork carnitas
    Th: green chile chicken stew
    F: Hawaiian haystacks
    Sa: waffles (unless we go out to celebrate my son’s birthday; we will see what he wants to do)

  2. Kates rolls look amazing! I've been excited to do my menu each week because Los Alamos finally got click list/pick up at smith's which is seriously my favorite thing ever. Especially when I'm shopping for freezer meal workshops. Although, I'm sure they probably don't love me when :) Anyway, here is what we're having this week:
    Mon: Leftovers
    Tues: Chicken Cacciatore (Freezer meal)
    Wed: Korean bbq chicken, fried rice and potstickers
    Thur: Chicken Enchiladas
    Fri: Grilled Cheese and tomato basil soup
    Sat: Alex in charge (Elder and Sister Renlund are doing a women's fireside here!)
    Sun:Chili and baked potatoes

  3. Finally someone has talked about the most common issue that what to eat today. Thanks for sharing a list of few good dine in places which will save my time also of cooking.


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