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    Menu for Week of August 25 thru August 31, 2012

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    HeatherFeather
    Wed Aug 29, 2012 8:44 am
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    mickeydownunder wrote:
    Above recipe is now posted!

    WHOO HOO

    http://www.food.com/recipe/kerala-scallop-curry-485932

    Hope someone will make it and review! icon_smile.gif

    I saved it!
    HeatherFeather
    Wed Aug 29, 2012 8:54 am
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    My menus start on either Sunday or Monday, but I forgot to post here with all the fuss over the weather.

    I got more than half of what I had planned to make last week actually cooked & eaten - not bad. I didn't get a couple of new recipes tested out because of too many leftovers and also the arrival of TS Isaac.

    This week, my plan is to use up storm supplies that I bought (thinking I might not have power for a few days, things like extra deli meats etc). I am also still trying to finish using up everything old in my freezer so that I can get back to prepping & freezing meals and not just ingredients in there.

    Meal #1: Chicken Breasts Diane w/buttered noodles, salad (a vintage recipe I want to test out, didn't get made last week)
    Meal #2: Steak Bites w/mashed cauliflower - I still have a bunch of steak tenderloin tips in my freezer that need to get used up, made some last week too, always a hit with my DD. I also will marinate a chicken breast for my bf, who doesn't care for steak tips.
    Meal# 3: Pizza or Grill Night - nothing fancy, just frozen pizza or burgers or something
    Meal #4: Leftovers Night (most likely deli sandwiches)
    Meal #5: Chicken & Dumplings w/carrots or some other tbd veggie
    Meal #6: Asian Dumplings & ramen soup
    Meal #7: Breakfast for Dinner or I might choose a new recipe, undecided

    Salads: egg salad, tuna salad, chickpea salad - all for school lunches
    Bread: banana bread, honey wheat rolls, hearth bread
    Dessert: the orange cookies I keep planning and never make - my poor family (.. but they do keep asking for other desserts that I have made them)

    Chocolate Cake for my boyfriend's birthday

    I will come back to update this once I figure out more of the variables.
    Charmie777
    Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:13 am
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    Heather, I saw that TSIsaac has been upgraded. Has the danger passed you?
    HeatherFeather
    Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:36 am
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    Yes - we were all ready for it, but it passed us by with barely anything - just lots of rain and 1 tornado (with no damage near me). We didn't even lose power. It left FL and went off towards MS & LA. I planned to eat nothing but cold meals in case we were knocked out of power, so now we have some deli meats and salads to eat for lunch, but I can go to the store and fix a nice hot birthday meal for my bf.
    Charmie777
    Fri Aug 31, 2012 2:10 pm
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