Sunday, January 8, 2012

Menu Monday, November 21

Thanksgiving is this week, and that means the official start to the holiday season!  That can leave you feeling frantic, excited, concerned...  The list can go on and on, can't it?  Well, if you haven't read my post from yesterday, go ahead and give it a little glance.

Our focus this week is finishing reading the awesome book "Thanksgiving: A Time to Remember" by Barbara Rainey.  (If you click on the link above or in the Products I Recommend on on the right and make a purchase, that helps me out a little, too!)  Also, we will be doing some more preparation for our Thanksgiving dinner, like baking Mock-King's Hawaiian Dinner Rolls (I'll share the recipe tomorrow!) and pumpkin pie.

Here's our menu for the week, including our menu for Thanksgiving Day.  What are some of the traditional foods in your house that are a "must" on Thanksgiving?  Comment, comment!
Breakfast – Oatmeal, peaches
Lunch –  Grilled cheese sandwiches, raw veggies & fruit
Dinner – Tacos, Spanish Rice and green salad
Breakfast – Fried eggs, applesauce bread, oranges
Lunch – Sloppy Joes, raw veggies & fruit
Dinner – Crustless Salmon Quiche, red potatoes, steamed carrots, green salad
Breakfast – Oatmeal with raisins
Lunch – Leftovers
Dinner – Sausage and Vegetable Frittata (I'm substituting sausage & adding sauteed peppers and onions), toast, and fruit salad
Breakfast – Baked oatmeal with leftover fruit salad
Thanksgiving Dinner – Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, dressing, corn (5 kernels per person), green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, cranberries, Mock King's Hawaiian dinner rolls, fruit salad, fresh vegetable relish tray, pumpkin pie with real whipped cream
Breakfast – Oatmeal with raisins
Lunch – Leftovers
Dinner – Easy layered turkey casserole, green salad
Breakfast – Pancakes with blueberries, maple syrup
Lunch – Leftovers
Dinner – White Chicken Chili made with leftover turkey, cornbread muffins, green salad
Breakfast – Waffles with strawberries & maple syrup, sausage
Lunch – Homemade summer sausage, cheese and fruit
Dinner – Hamburgers, homemade french fries, green salad
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