Meal Plan 3/9-3/15

Hi everyone! I’m not quite sure where the last week went…but it sure went. It was my first week off from pep band & the start of spring concert season, so I suppose you could say I really enjoyed the extra free time. I have to admit, though – I didn’t make anything too ‘spectacular’ for dinner – we also went out to eat on Friday night because yours truly didn’t want to cook.

So, here we are. A new week, Daylight Savings Time; spring is trying desperately to arrive in Northern Michigan and it’s going to be really interesting to see how long it takes for all this snow to melt. I’m so ready for warmer weather; I’ve even purchased a gardening book in anticipation of having another garden this year. I’m starting to forget what it looks like up here without snow.

I’ve decided to try and post our dinner plans for the week here, as a means of trying to plan ahead for the week and to make sure that I’m not constantly opting to go out to eat for dinner, “because we can”. I’ve also got a huge ‘Saved’ list on my Feedly & likes on WordPress that I’d like to start going through 🙂

Week of March 9-15, 2014

Lunches: Sesame Noodle Salad, sandwiches, leftovers

Sunday – Lunch, leftovers or soup. Dinner is Sunday Night Pizza Night.

Monday – Buffalo Chili

Tuesday – Baked Chicken with Roasted Potatoes & a veggie

Wednesday – Baked Broccoli Macaroni & Cheese (I’m at honors band so Mike gets to make this one)

Thursday – Kielbasa, Sauerkraut, & pierogi (and a veggie of some sort)

Friday – Risotto with Chard & Sun-dried Tomatoes

Saturday – Lunch, freezer food or soup. Dinner, TBD.

I suppose it’s time to head out to the grocery store…have a wonderful, relaxing Sunday!


3 thoughts on “Meal Plan 3/9-3/15

  1. Oh Glad to see risotto in your meal plan. Thanks so much! It’s kind of cool to have a meal plan for the whole getting hooked to this idea!

      • The risotto tasted really nice. I loved it. I used chard too. I think I shall start having a meal plan too! I am always throwing random things into my cart…not a very efficient way of buying groceries!

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