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Monday, December 18, 2006

Menu Plan Monday #7


Week of December 18-24, 2006
NOTE: No meal plan for Saturday or Sunday because we'll be leaving for Illinois on Saturday morning.
Monday: Pizza
NOTE: Mondays are Pizza nights at OurHome. I am usually out during the day running errands and by the end I am usually too tired to think about cooking and I just pop in a DiGiorno Pizza for dinner.
Tuesday: Lemon and Olive Chicken
NOTE: I need to make a meal for a church family, but it needs to be frozen. So, I decided to make DearHubby and I this recipe, take out our portions, and then freeze the rest to prepare for delivery.
Wednesday: Store bought Chicken Roast with White Rice
Thursday: Tacos
Friday: Leftover Tacos

Update from last week:
No pictures this week and I made the Easy Pot Roast recipe even easier. Here's my version:
Easy Pot Roast by In Pursuit of His Call
Ingredients:
Any type of BEEF roast, as much to serve family
1 can of Condensed Cream of Mushroom soup
1 envelope of Onion Soup mix

Pour Cream of Mushroom soup and 1 can of water into crockpot.
Stir in onion soup mix; Mix well.
Place roast in crockpot and cover with sauce.
Cook on low for 6-7 hours.

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6 comments:

Angie said...

Hope you have a great week and a great Christmas!

gail said...

Have a good week and a great trip!
Merry Christmas.

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Your week sounds good, and so does the roast. That's pretty much how I make mine, with the cream of mushroom and the dry packet, except, I add a secret ingredient. Some coca-cola! It makes the gravy tastes good and helps tenderize the meat. We love it that way :)

Hope you have a great week, and a very safe trip. Merry Christmas!!!

Proverbs31 said...

Wow, that pot roast sounds REALLY easy and REALLY yummy!!

Merry Christmas!
Have a good week!

Barb, sfo said...

That lemon & olive chicken looks fabulous.
Merry Christmas!

Moggy said...

I really have a lot to learn, I'm going to try out some of your recipes.

Thanks