Menu Plan Week 46, 2010

Here’s our menu for this week with links.

Monday, November 15, 2010
Lunch:
Chicken Salad Sandwiches
Cauliflower
Ranch Dressing

Dinner:
Spicy Chickpeas with Ground Beef
Stir Fried Zucchini
Broccoli Slaw

Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Lunch:
Sandwiches

Dinner:
Jen’s Crockpot Chicken
Pasta
Green Beans

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Lunch:
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Vegetable Beef Soup

Dinner:
Chicken Tetrazzini
Pasta
Sweet Dilly Carrots

Thursday, November 18, 2010
Lunch:
Leftover chicken Tetrazzini
Pasta

Dinner:
Green Chili Pork Stew
Brown Rice
Smashed Chickpea Salad

Friday, November 19, 2010
Lunch:
Iowa Chowder, Sandwiches

Dinner:
Fricot (from this cookbook)
Rice
Spinach Salad
Rolls

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Comments

  1. 1

    Marilyn Smith says

    Judy, we are having Jen’s Crockpot Chicken tonight for the first time. Got it from DL.

    Love this new site and I love having the weekly menu. I have made many of your dishes and they have all been yummy.

    Marilyn

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    Mary Jo says

    It would be so great to be married to a man who ate the variety of foods that your guys eat. My husband only will eat the most basic of foods (ie meat and potatoes type foods), no casseroles, stews, soups any thing he deams “communist”! Which seems to be most anything with much flavor.
    Oh well, I have just learned that when I can’t stand boring any more I just fix something I like and cook his same old boring stuff for him!

  3. 3

    Mary Jo says

    It would be so great to be married to a man who ate the variety of foods that your guys eat. My husband only will eat the most basic of foods (ie meat and potatoes type foods), no casseroles, stews, soups any thing he deams “communist”! Which seems to be most anything with much flavor.
    Oh well, I have just learned that when I can’t stand boring any more I just fix something I like and cook his same old boring stuff for him!

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    Linda H says

    OK, Judy, I must admit to my ignorance AND to my curiosity re: your Fri dinner menu. “Fricot” is new to me, so I googled it and found lots of interesting information re: fricot. It sounds like a very versatile stew or soup. If my children were young, or my grandchildren lived nearby, I would definitely make them a dish of weasel fricot. 🙂 (Now we know where they all get their gift of teasing.)

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    Stevie B. says

    Thanks for posting the spicy chickpea recipe. I made it last night and loved it. My 17 year old son told me it was the best thing I’d made in a long time.