Menu Monday 29 March 2010 — Easter Week
- By: Hallee
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Menu for the week of Monday 29 March 2010 — Easter Week
The “rules” of our household diet can be found in the tab above labeled Hallee’s Galley and further explained in Our Diet.
I usually serve leftovers for lunch the next day, or we’ll save them during the week to graze lunch on the weekends. One meal a week, we eat whatever we want. This is usually our “Dinner Out” meal.
Almost all of the breads are homemade using fresh milled flour. I’ll continue to link to my recipes as I post them.
Here’s the menu for my family for Easter Week beginning Monday 29 March 2010. As far as desserts go, we will be making chocolate chip cookies (recipe to follow) and an Easter cookie that we make as a family every Easter Eve (look for that recipe Thursday morning).
We are traveling to Florida this week. I plan to pack sausage biscuits for breakfast and a picnic lunch for the drive down, so that we can avoid any fast food restaurants. Hopefully, the weather will be nice and we can stop and picnic at a rest area, giving the boys a chance to stretch their legs and play a bit.
We will be checking into a beach house on Saturday morning that has a full kitchen. I will be able to maintain my normal cooking schedule there.
chicken drumsticks, brown rice, green beans, garden salad
sloppy joes (recipe to follow) over homemade Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns, corn, garden salad
At a friend’s.
At a friend’s.
GOOD FRIDAY — His blood was shed for you:
Dinner out to Kaylee’s favorite Chinese restaurant in Tallahassee.
Kaylee’s favorite dinner: steak and gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, yeast rolls, garden salad
EASTER SUNDAY — Rejoice! He is Risen!:
Lamb crusted with garlic & rosemary, wild rice, asparagus, fruit salad
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sounds delicious! Have a safe trip and time with Kaylee!
I’m sure your daughter already has a place in mind for Friday, but a new Chinese/ Seafood place opened up recently here in Tallahassee. It’s called Ocean Garden (Or something like that), located on Apalachee Parkway. There’s also Ming Tree, about a mile or two up the road. Both come highly recomended. Enjoy your visit to our fair city! :)
Actually, her favorite place was Rice Bowl on Monroe, but she told me last night that it was closed down. We’re both bummed. But that means we’re open to suggestions!
Seems like I’ve eaten at Ming Tree. Does it have big golden lions at the entrance?
It sure does. It’s where I first discovered that brown rice is actually good. I used to think that brown rice was “hippie food.” lol I’ve since discovered a more natural way of living, including making my own bread. We don’t follow a particular diet, per se, but as part of our faith we practice something called the Word of Wisdom. Basically, we believe that our bodies are gifts from God and that we shouldn’t pollute them. We are encouraged to eat whole grains and eat meat in moderation. We also abstaine from alchohol, tobacco, etc. You recipes are a welcomed variation from the same-old, same-old. I love that your recipes that call for alcohol include a substitute and are balanced, wholesome, and yummy. (I do use alcohol in recipes where there’s a cooking process in which the alcohol will be cooked off, but the flavor will remain.) My husband and I have agreed that we’re going to use cloth diapers when the little ones come around. (I used your post to show him that it’s much easier than he imagined. THANKS!)
I am so glad that I found your blog! It’s beautiful to see that Christian womanhood is still alive and kickin’ in this country. The next time you speak with your husband, please give him a big “thank you” for his service to our country!