2 Responses to “Weekly Menu: March 14-20”

  1. dawn March 14, 2010 at 10:57 PM #

    i might copy this menu for next week. everything looks great! šŸ™‚ this week is:
    sunday – cheese enchiladas
    chips and salsa
    black beans and corn
    salad with green onions, dried blueberries, dried cherries and pecans
    caramel apples

    monday – leftovers

    tuesday – rotisserie chicken on spinach bed
    mashed potatos
    brussel sprouts in brown sugar

    *wednesday – cheddar brats with onions and peppers
    nacho cheese doritos
    baby carrots

    thursday – angel-hair spagetti and large meatballs
    garlic bread
    baked parmesan zucchini sticks
    honeydew melon

    friday – open-faced pesto feta sandwich
    gouda stuffed artichoke
    jalapeno crab salad

    saturday – eat out at the melting pot

    sunday – crockpot pork chops and gravy
    coouscous with garlic, yellow squash and zucchini
    steamed broccoli
    fruit salad

  2. Annmarie March 15, 2010 at 11:00 PM #

    Sunday: Big Bad Salad
    Monday: Veggie Plate (Corn, Baked Beans, Mac -n-Cheese)
    Tuesday: Chili
    Wednesday: Steak Dinner (RibEye, Potato, Salad)
    Thursday: Zesty Slow Cooker Chicken
    Friday: Eating OUT
    Saturday: Eating Out or at Mama’s

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