May 3, 2010

Menu Monday

Our to do list this week is pretty full: errands, company, class, cleaning, packing, Mother's Day preparations and work stuff. It's not a week to wait until the eleventh hour to plan dinner.

Making a menu is the one thing that saves us from eating cereal or sandwiches for supper six nights in a row. I've been there; I know from whence I speak.

Here's what'll be on our table this week:

Mom's cube steak and mashed potatoes (I'll serve these with anything; they're my one specialty.)

Tuesday: Breakfast (Bacon and eggs and grits, oh my!)

Wednesday: Grilled mahi mahi and steamed vegetables

Thursday: Orange sauce pork chops and couscous

Friday: Spaghetti bolognese

Saturday and Sunday: Mother's Day in Columbia. I'm excited to see family, enjoy home-cooked meals, have a dinner date with B and soak up a little girl time at a friend's baby shower. In the spirit of full disclosure, I expect to eat at least a dozen petits fours.

What will y'all be cookin' up this week? Any favorite recipes to share?


Katie said...

I made a super easy/delish honey cumin chicken last night with mushrooms of all, I got it from the E.L.Wright cookbook--can't go wrong there!

Anonymous said...

okay anne, i'm coming over on wednesday.

The Gaymons said...

Yummy! The Gaymons will be over there around 5:30ish tonight!

I am going to make hot chicken salad. It is one of my favorites, and Matt likes it enough. I guess I will have to let him grill steaks this weekend to make up for it. =)

Erin said...

yummy! Look at you cook! SO proud of you !!!!

amy (metz) walker said...

Sounds like a good week! We LOVE breakfast for dinner. Looks like you already had a taken for tonight and for Wednesday night so count us in for tomorrow. ;-)

Anonymous said...

So nice of you to post some yummy looking recipes! Breakfast for dinner is one of my all-time favorites. I've been really uninspired in the kitchen recently, so I'm going to have to try these! :)


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