Menu Monday 09 Aug 2010
- By: Hallee
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Menu for the week of August 9, 2010.
The “rules” of our household diet can be found in the tab above labeled Hallee’s Galley and further explained in Our Diet.
We are still out of town, still in a hotel with a 2-burner stove, a microwave, 1 large pot, and 1 large frying pan. We do have access to a grill, so we’ve been trying to use that to cook the meat as much as possible. Breakfasts are provided by the hotel.
Here’s the menu for my family for the week of August 9th. As far as desserts go, we have store-bought ice cream and Fresh Bakery bakery pound cake.
Rosemary & Garlic Grilled Lamb, orzo pasta with cranberries & almonds, grape leaves, Greek salad, homemade tzatziki. This is a redo from last week. Kaylee wasn’t with us last week, and was very jealous over this meal. While grocery shopping yesterday and verbally going over my menu, she said, “How about lamb?” It was so good that I’m happy to re-do it.
Grilled chicken, macaroni & cheese, yellow squash & zucchini sautéed with onions, garden salad
dinner at the church we found
My parents will be in town (YAY!) I have a few turkeys in the freezer. I’m going to cook a turkey – I’m just not sure if I’m going to do some light turkey dish or a full turkey dinner.
I watched The Neely’s on Food Network make chicken wings — they put the pepper and hot sauce in the eggs used to dredge the chicken. I was intrigued by the process and thought I’d give it a try.
chicken wings, home fries, Coastal Cole Slaw
Hearty 16-Bean-Soup, Old Fashioned Corn Bread, garden salad
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16 Bean Soup with cornbread sounds yummy! I haven’t made 16 bean soup in a long time.
I have been following your site for a while, but have never commented.
Your turkey dinner idea reminded me of a great recipe from one of Paula Deen’s magazines, “turkey soup.” It is sooo yummy and tastes like Thanksgiving in a pot! You serve it with corn bread, so it gives the taste of turkey and dressing. It’s so easy! You can probably google it or let me know and I could send it to you.
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I love the rosemary lamb! I am looking forward to trying it!
I used to love watching the Neely’s!