Monday, October 22, 2012

Menu Plan October 22, 2012

Welcome to Menu Plan Monday:

-Sliced Cinnamon Bread w/ butter
-leftover Homemade Pizza, Easy Ice Cream Sandwiches
-Pork Loin, Baked Potatoes,Whole Wheat Choc Chip Bar Cookies
snacks-Frozen Strawberry Smoothies
-Buttermilk Biscuits and gravy
-Spaghetti, Italian Bread, Chocolate Tart
-Hash from leftover pork, peas, homemade cake
snacks:Biscuits and jelly
-Banana Crepes
-Venison Black Bean Chili, crackers, fried apples
-Pinto Beans seasoned with leftover ham bone, fried potatoes, cracklin' cornbread
snacks:apples, Strawberry-Banana Muffins
-fried eggs, grits
-Beans, cheese, salsa, and chips
-Turkey Polish Sausage Skillet Dish, romaine salad, mandarin popsicles
snacks:cheese and crackers
-Fruit and Nut Oatmeal (chopped apples, walnuts)
-Split Pea Soup, Italian Bread, Homemade Sunflower Jelly
-Boston Butt Roast, baked potatoes, mapled carrots, Yogurt Rye Bread
snacks:Yogurt Rye Bread w/ butter and jelly
-Chocolate Granola and milk
-leftover soup, Fresh Italian Bread, Marigold Jelly
-Quesidilla Beef Bake, saucy black beans, Apple Crisp
snacks:Cinnamon Chips and Raisin Muffins
-Homemade Cream of Wheat
-Leek and Potato Soup, Amish Bread, homemade jelly
-Hash from leftover boston roast, lima beans
snacks:Crunchy Peanut Butter Balls


divasupermum said...

a very interesting varied menu

Donna said...

Thank you, DivaSuperMum! :)

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JMD said...

I have a question about the recipe you have listed for french bread. How do you store it? We cannot eat 4 loaves before they become steel.

Donna said...

with this Italian bread- it's one loaf and here today and gone tomorrow :)

But with my bigger batches-
Wheat bread- I slice for toast once cooled, stuff in Ziploc bags, and put into the refrigerator and just toast them as I need them.

With my 4 loaves of French Bread-
We eat one at lunch, one at supper, often slices toasted and buttered (and sometimes with cheese) the next day. Then any leftover loaves get split, slathered with butter, garlic, and parsley and tucked in the freezer. I just toss them in the oven to reheat for spaghetti meals, etc. :)

Hope that helps give you some ideas!