Our Meals – Week of 4/12/11

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Apr 192011

After my last weekly meal post, many of you tried my recipes, and I’ve really enjoyed receiving your positive emails and comments. Salisbury steak, a family favorite that I reinvented from my childhood memories, was especially popular. It’s equally popular here – once, when my stepsons were visiting, I made a double batch (12 patties), and they ate them all!

In terms of meals, last week was quite atypical for us because we were so busy. On Saturday, we were only home for a couple of hours before evening church, so we ate no meals at home (blech). But we had fun, so it was worth it.

B – Oatmeal cake, choice of fruit
L – Creamed chipped beef on toast, carrots, grapes
S – Subway (I had coupons, and it was a very long, exhausting day).

B – Cereal, oranges
L – Taco salads
S – Culver’s (Bee’s choice for A/G Club night)

B – Chocolate chip waffles, strawberries
L – Mexican pizza (with leftover taco meat and pinto beans), bananas
S – Picnic in the park – tuna salad wraps, bananas, yogurt, chips, brownies

B – Toaster Strudel, yogurt
L – Cheesy chili rice bowls, carrots with ranch dressing, pears
S – Tomato vegetable soup with pasta, ham and cheese croissants

B – Pancakes, fruit, yogurt
L – Leftovers
S – Chicken tortilla soup, green salad

No meals at home. YUCK!

B – Scrambled eggs, turkey bacon, cinnamon rolls
L – Leftovers
S – Leftovers


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  1. […] amount, I make red beans and rice, or black beans and rice with corn and tomatoes. We also like cheesy chili rice bowls at lunch. Rice can also be used in soups, casseroles, and burritos (add some cilantro and lime […]

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