Category Archives: Menu Plan

Menu Plan Monday – January 31, 2011

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Menu Plan Monday – January 24, 2011

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Menu Plan Monday – January 10, 2011 and a Giveaway!

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Menu Plan Monday – January 3, 2011

Today I have the pleasure of hosting the Gluten Free Freezer Swap.  If you would like to host, drop Cheryl a line at Gluten Free Goodness.

I picked pomegranate for this week’s theme ingredient.  For some ideas beyond just drinking the juice or tossing the seeds on salads, Continue reading

Menu Plan Monday – December 27, 2010

For more menu ideas check out Laura’s blog for Menu Plan Monday.  For the Gluten Free Menu Swap, Gluten Free Goodness who is hosting this week.  Thank you, Cheryl!

The kiddos have the week off, so we are eating homey, easy meals for our week of fun.  Hope you all had a great Christmas and have a great New Year!

Monday –  Garlic chicken and sweet potato hash with a salad

Tuesday –  Taco chili with corn chips and quacamole

Wednesday- Salmon sweet potato cakes and salad Continue reading

Menu Plan Monday – December 13, 2010

The kiddos have dubbed the basement Santa Lane.  Why?  It’s because they are not allowed downstairs for the foreseeable future until mommy finishes her official Santa Helper assignments.  NO PEEKING!  I hope to post lots of pics of the cuteness being created, but for now it’s all very hush-hush.   This past weekend while everyone else was battling the crazy snow, I got to have a great time working on Christmas projects with two friends.  Thanks, Kim and Karol!  You guys ROCK!  And, thank you, honey, for hanging out with all the kiddos.  :o)  I am a lucky girl!

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Menu Plan Monday – December 6, 2010

Since Thanksgiving our house has been slowly putting on it’s Christmas finery.  The Christmas tree is up and the lights have been added.  The ornaments aren’t on yet, but we will add a few each day until our tree is covered with the memories of past years.  The air seems to constantly smell of vanilla and cinnamon as treats are baked and frozen for gifts.  Cheerful glittered pictures and paper snowflakes are making there way home from school to adorn our windows and walls.  My children are planning and making their gifts for each other with whispers and barely stifled giggles.  Christmas carols are carefully picked out on the piano while I add all the snowman my children have made me over the years to their place along the stairs.  I love this time of year…  How has your holiday preparations been going?  Don’t tell my kids, but I can’t wait to knit these for everyone’s stocking!

We have been Continue reading