Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Our GFCFSF Menu This Week (September 14-18)

This is a weird week; hubbie is home first 3 days and I am totally not in the cooking mood anymore for some reason. So nothing very exciting this week, sorry!!!!

Sunday: Rotisserie chicken from Whole Foods (my son is FINALLY eating plain meat!!!)

Monday: Hot dogs & Ian's Supertots (mom and dad just had spinach salad)

Tuesday: Kofte (Turkish meatballs) and mashed potatoes

Wednesday: Turkish spaghetti using ground turkey

Thursday: Turkish spinach dish ("ispanak")

Friday: Leftover Forgotten Chicken with coconut rice


Jeanne said...

"Leftover Forgotten Chicken..." that is hilarious! :-)

I wonder why you are not in a cooking mood? ..... Hmmm..... let's all think.... could it have anything at all to do with all of those hats you wear?? Yep, that's probably it.

You'll come around! And we'll all be here when you do. :-)

Tori said...

Hahaha, that IS funny. Leftover Forgotten Chicken. hahaha. Have you tried forgotten chicken? It's SOOO yummy! It's Dana's recipe from

Spread some honey in a thin layer in a baking dish. Put chicken thighs on top. Put more honey on top of chicken. Cover and cook at 350 for 2 hours (she forgot it in there, hence the name). That's it! It's SO good!!!! We serve with rice made with coconut oil (tons of it). I LOVE THIS!!!

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