Weekly Menu ~ March 24, 2009

I’ve given up trying to publish my menu on Mondays.  I’ll still use the handy-dandy Menu Plan Monday signage that orgjunkie so kindly provides.  But posting on Tuesday fits best with my shopping schedule.

Circuit is feeling under the weather again.  So we’re eating some more boring comfort foods for a few days.  If you wish to view more exciting menus, please visit OrgJunkie.com🙂

 

 

Breakfast

Lunch

Snack

Supper

T

cereal

sandwich or tortilla wrap stuff

pineapple

animal crackers

macaroni with your choice of butter or spaghetti sauce

salad

W

cereal

leftover pasta

banana

5:00

French Toast

pure maple syrup

R

leftovers

Rachael Ray’s Red Potatoes & Thyme

cantaloupe

 

pretzels or graham crackers

3:30

Orange Chicken (bscb)

steamed rice

F

toast

Egg Salad Sandwiches recommended by Emily @ Tate’s Team

cantaloupe

Cracker Jacks

4:00

Stroganoff

salad

S


Coffee Cake Loaf
(prepare day ahead)

Smoked Sausage Fajitas

peaches

yogurt

4:30

new to us:

Chicken Biscuit Pot Pie (must cook chicken ahead)

S

leftover Coffee Cake Loaf

grilled Philly Steak on tortillas

pear

3:30

lasagna (from freezer)

salad

M

cereal

leftovers

orange

9:00 / Crock Pot Baked Ham courtesy of Menus4Moms.com

3:30 / Roasted Garlic & Onion Potatoes courtesy of Hillbilly Housewife

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baked potatoes

Fantastic World Foods Vegetarian Chili

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Menu ~ March 24, 2009

  1. Cynthia says:

    I went to look at that site you sent me before for posting a spreadsheet like this, but I couldn’t really figure out what I was supposed to do. Any more specific instructions?

  2. Heather says:

    I’ve forgotten the steps exactly, but, after you download Live Writer (http://download.live.com/writer), you’ll enter your blog address. If the software doesn’t prompt you for your blog addy, use the “blogs” tab to do so.

    You’ll essentially create your entire blog post in Live Writer, and then post it to your blog.

    For the spreadsheet-like thingy:
    On the right sidebar, you’ll see various options to “insert.” Click on “table.”

    Let me know if you need more info, Cynthia.

  3. Cynthia says:

    Ok. That makes more sense now. I’ll look at it again!

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