Monday – Beans & Rice
Tuesday – Beef & Broccoli
Wednesday – One Pot Chicken & Potatoes
Thursday – Parmesan Crusted Tilapia
Friday – Enchiladas
Saturday – Chicken Fajitas
Sunday – Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed Peppers
Lets see if we can get back on track here! I am trying a lot of new recipes this week, for multiple reasons. I’ve missed it… and we haven’t been eating as healthy as we should lately (processed foods sneaking in more) and its getting to us. Gotta fix that.
Monday – Beef Stroganoff
Tuesday – Skillet Tuscan Porkchops
Wednesday – Lebanese Baked Chicken
Thursday – BBQ Pork & Venison sausage w/ rice
Friday – Baked Tilapia & veggies
Saturday – Beef Ribs ? (Baba’s grill day)
Sunday – Hummus Crusted Chicken
This is a big week for us… 2 feast days (that we’re celebrating; St Catherine of Siena and St Joseph), a birthday (ZJ), and our anniversary. Makes for a fun (and short due to the last one) week menu wise.
Monday – Pork Chops w/ steamed veggies
Wednesday – Dublin Coddle (ZJ’s choice lol, I love it!)
Thursday – Minestrone Soup (Linking the recipe I’d love to use… if I weren’t being lazy and using cans 😉 )
Friday – Chicken Fried Steaks and Champ
Back “home” (have been for almost a week, just no time) and getting back on track. Sorry for lack of links, I’m not searching them out right now. The first happened to be up for obvious reasons.
Monday – Pork a la Gloria *altered recipe
Tuesday – Samosas
Wednesday – Chicken Tacos
Thursday – Beef and Guiness
Friday – (l) Cheese Enchiladas (d) Catfish
Saturday – Chicken Kabobs
Sunday – Easter
Eeee my favourite menu post of the year 😉 Although it’s going to be split into two now that we’ve decided to do the same for St Andrews Day in November w/ Scottish food… not sure why we haven’t been already.
I decided to get a head start this year and made today’s lunch last night. Mostly because I wanted Kalila to have it for lunch too.
Most of the week will be leftovers for lunches. I really doubt we’ll need to make something else for any, but I did make sure we have the stuff for beans on toast or chips sambo just in case.
Note: Most of my recipes are coming from “Traditional Irish Cookery” by Carmel Kavenagh this year… with a few exceptions. I will still link what I can find though. Anything w/ an asterisks I’m using the online link (there are more than I thought) the rest are from the cookbook. Unfortunately I couldn’t find some of my favourites from there…
Anyways, Happy St Patrick’s Day!
Minced beef & Mushroom Pie
Potato Stuffed Chicken with Green Beans
Beef w/ Guinness & Boiled Potatoes
Limerick Style Ham in Cider, Potatoes & Peas
Breaking myself away from working on next weeks menu to post this lol. I’m about 90% done with it, and do already have the just over 5lbs of pork curing in the fridge for boiling bacon (both for bacon and cabbage and Dublin Coddle). We are really looking forward to next week!
Monday – Adobo
Tuesday – Shepherds Pie
Wednesday – Pork a la Gloria (subbing pork chops for chicken breasts… not thick enough for my alt version of this but should still be pretty good)
Thursday – Stuffed Chicken Breasts
Friday – Shrimp Pasta
Saturday – Bamya
Sunday – BBQ Chicken