This Week In Our Kitchen: Week of September 25th

I am  not entirely sure what I want to eat next week, but what I do have planned sounds pretty good. It is just so difficult to plan good meals when we have football practice 4 nights a week. My son hates for us to eat without him, so the challenge is to have dinner ready at lunch time and with home schooling that is near impossible. I am still in school mode at that time, and I am not even considering cooking.

Last week we had so many great dishes it was hard for my husband to give me his favorite, but if I had to take a guess it was the Pepsi BBQ Chicken, Dill Potato Salad and garden salad. However, the Cajun Chicken Pasta, and the Greek Chicken were also hits. I love it when the dinners are winners, because it is guaranteed they will eat the leftovers.

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Here is what we will be eating at our house this week.

Sunday: Chicken Fried Steak, creamy mashed potatoes, and some kind of veggie.

Monday: Phylo Chicken Pot Pie 

Tuesday: Texas Two Step Pork Chops, Baked Beans and Grilled Corn

Wednesday: Grilled Chicken over Angel Hair Pasta with Parma Rosa Sauce, Cheesy Crescent Rolls, and a garden salad with homemade Balsamic Vinaigrette

Thursday: Beer Marinated Chicken Tacos, Black Beans and Guacamole

Friday: Leftovers

Saturday: Fish and Chips

As recipes are posted on Kitchen and Kids, I will link them up to my menu plans, so if something interests you check back and see if I’ve posted a recipe.

Feel free to leave your ideas, too. Happy Cooking!

You can find other wonderful ideas at the links below.

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7 Responses to This Week In Our Kitchen: Week of September 25th

  1. Jerry says:

    Amy, perhaps the challenge to you is to plan your menu with the football constraints built it. Many parents work outside the home and have childrens activities. For example, you roast a chicken on Sunday and have a recipie for chicken Mon. Just a thought.

    • I know that is a good idea, but I never seem to get it to work out. I know crock pot recipes are great for busy moms, too. One week I baked a ham on Sunday thinking that I would have plenty of leftovers for a couple of more meals, well … I had to go get ham pieces because I had no leftovers. That is the life with growing boys.

  2. mamaT says:

    i found you through thisweekfordinner.com you meals sounded DEEEEE-licious, so i came over here for recipes. i’m looking forward to: Texas Two Step Pork Chops (because i’m always looking for new yummy ways to make pork chops and what better than just 2 steps!?) and Parma Rosa Sauce -if you have a recipe for that!
    looks like a busy life from this post… enjoy! I’LL BE BACK!!!! 😉

    • Thank you for stopping by. I should be posting the Parma Rosa sauce this week if everything goes well. And, I will put the pork chops up this month some time. Last week was my first time to make the pork chops and since they were a hit I will blog about them.

  3. mamaT says:

    oh and on that other site you commented “black bean and corn salad”… THAT’S the one that got me over here. but then it wasn’t on this menu so i forgot. if you have a recipe for that one… PLEASE let me know. i <3 black beans and corn together!!!!!

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