Saturday, July 5, 2008

Our Menu This Week (July 5-11)

Here's what's on tap for this week. Hubbie will be cooking most of these since he's taking the week off...woo hoo!:

Saturday: Chicken soup and Breads from Anna (son has a sore throat)
Sunday: Icelandic char (fish) on the grill with dilly red potatoes
Monday: Steak on the grill with roasted peppers
Tuesday: Turkish zucchini made w/ground turkey
Wednesday: Turkish green beans made w/ground chicken
Thursday: Meat & veggie pasta casserole using ground buffalo
Friday: Rice & quinoa mix with garbanzo beans

And here's what *really* happened . . Son had some crazy throat issue all week and was home. Daughter caught it on Wednesday and was home rest of week.

Saturday: random - whatever people find (Tori and daughter at party; Daddy and son home)
Sunday: I can't remember for the life of me!
Monday: Icelandic char (fish) on the grill with dilly potatoes
Tuesday: Steak on the grill
Wednesday: Saturday chicken and mashed potatoes
Thursday: Turkish lentil soup and leftover mashed potatoes (kids); sushi (mom and dad)
Friday: RANDOM! Pear bar (daughter); pb&j (son); Happy Hour with friends (dad); salad with sheep feta and walnuts (mom)

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