Our week of going easy on the meat went well last week. I made a yummy stirfry (next time I'll add.... uh oh...drawing a blank, but the bean sprout things, and chowmein noodles), we also had a spinach and potato frittata which turned out good, a little dry, but still good. I served that with a really yummy green salad. A few days we just had "whatever" since we were busy.
This week on the menu: Sorry for not having any links. I'm too tired right now to go through and find the links....there has to be an easier way....is there?
Monday: Going to my inlaws. Our town opened a Church's Chicken, so we may get chicken from there and have that and salad.
Tuesday: salmon, veggies, and brown rice or potatoes
Wednesday: Bean and spinach soup. Same one I made a few weeks ago (posted it on my Yummy soup week post) minus the ham. With Salad and some homemade bread sounds good.
Thursday: Either Leftovers or I'll make another stirfry this time adding some chicken
Friday: Another salmon dish.
Saturday: ?? Depends on what we do for the day.
Sunday: company, so possibly fettucini alfredo with lots of toppings for options. Shrimp, chicken, broccoli, mushrooms. With crusty garlic bread and salad.
I Think I'm going to try to find a way to post my individual recipes in the sidebar...just need an hour or so to do it.
Last week I bought a loaf of yummy french bread. In a bowl I combined some butter, parsley and crushed garlic. Then I sliced the bread into thick slices and spread one side with the garlic mixture. I placed them on my pampered chef large stone bar pan and baked. They were so crunchy on the border and tender in the middle that I think I'll do my garlic bread this way every time.
Head over to organized Junkie for more menu ideas. Feel free to browse through my recipe posts for more ideas.