Category Archives: Weekly menu
This a week of comforting, cooler weather favorites.
This week’s menu is an international delight. I gave John the choice of an international or vegetarian menu this week and I think it was the chicken enchiladas that won him over. I am hoping to get this ambitious menu … Continue reading →
And so another week passes by. John and I discuss the menu for the week every Sunday and make a shopping list for Monday. Since we are not eating out at all or even buying take-out, our total food bills … Continue reading →
This week’s menu definitely has a Fall feel to it. There are two stew-like Instant Pot meals, oven roasted sea bass, and we will be using a big pot of boiling water for our pasta meal. I hope the weather … Continue reading →
Anybody else tired of cooking? I would love to get back to going out to dinner occasionally. To keep things fresh we are trying a couple of new recipes this week and dusting off a meal we have not made … Continue reading →
This week’s menu includes using your rotisserie Costco chicken two ways, three vegetarian/vegan dishes, and two seafood entrees. I hope this inspires you to do some cooking this week.
This week we are celebrating two special occasions, John’s birthday and Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. Usually John and I would be going out to dinner with friends for his big day but not this year. We will cook … Continue reading →
This week we are starting off with the flank steak that we failed to get to last week. In addition I am planning on making a new recipe which is a creamy corn pasta with basil that has no dairy … Continue reading →
A change that I am making to the usual weekly menu post is that I am changing the start day to Monday from Sunday so it coincides with our weigh-in day. Interestingly even though we did not strictly stay on … Continue reading →
My weather apps are telling me to be prepared for triple digit weather at least until Thursday when it will cool down to 98F. This week I will be staying away from making anything in the oven and concentrating on … Continue reading →