Last week's menu was a success and we ate at home every day! My oldest son even requested that I bring him a plate to school when he was working on a project after class was over.
I definitely think I hit it out of the park on that one, Woo Hoo!
I'm planning my next week's menu a little early as my working days were changed and I'm feeling productive today :) Hopefully this doesn't thwart my chances to continue planning, cooking, and eating at home. Especially since we will be going 90 mph this weekend with errands, meets etc. Of course, this is because we are in the midst of swimming season so each day is punctuated by practice. My swimmer tries to eat prior to practice, and I strive to have either the evening meal or healthy snacks available for him.
My hope this week is that I can stop and smell the roses even with all of the "busy-ness" and enjoy my boys, well young men. Soon enough they will be on their own working, and creating their own future.
May your week be blessed and your hearts full!
To Do: Chop broccoli, instruct boys on dinner tomorrow
To Do: Off tomorrow, will prep for the next few days.
Granny's Baked Mac and Cheese
Garlic Green Beans
To Do: Put chicken in marinade
Grilled Teriyaki Chicken
Chicken or Beef Burrito Bar
Sour Cream/Greek Yogurt
Chips and Salsa with Queso Dip
To Do: Nothing, I'm off tomorrow!
To Be Determined......
Have a great week, and.....
happy Monday :o)
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4 medium potatoes sliced thinly, red or baking
parmesan cheese (canned, shredded, or flakes)
4 tbs butter
Tear aluminum foil in to long sheets, place potatoes down the foil overlapping. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and parmesan cheese. Take 1 tbs of butter and break in to small pieces over the entire sliced potatoes. Fold foil so that packet is sealed. Repeat for remaining potatoes. Bake at 350 degrees until potatoes are tender. Approx 35-45 minutes.