Green beans (frozen ones from this summer) with some feta sprinkled on them.
Fresh baked bread from frozen bread dough.
This is a recipe from my Grandma, and one of my husband’s favorites.
3 pounds stewing beef cut in 1 inch cubes (do not brown)
2 cans cream of mushroom or celery soup
1 envelope onion soup mix
3/4 c Sherry
Pour into a casserole dish, cover and bake for 3 hours at 325°. Serve over cooked noodles.
This is my own creation, resulting entirely from my inability to make pancakes. Despite my best efforts, I make crêpes. I also tried to make crockpot yogurt with disastrous results. I will spare you the graphic description as the word “yucky” is quite sufficient.
I was left with a huge container of unsweetened, plain yogurt which we never eat. I mixed the yogurt with some a little strawberry jam, and rolled it up in the failed pancake. Although they are good, their origins being unsuccessful cooking attempts should probably not have the honor of blintz or crêpe in it’s title. Therefore, we declared them ghetto blintzes. They are delicious.
Dinner at church
Mufaletta Sandwiches. I’m just going to make these out of turkey, salami, and green olive bruscetta and call it good.
Baked beans. Secret family recipe, sorry 🙂
Total craziness. First, a birthday party. Then we split up and two of us head to a Griffin’s game and two of us head to a dinner to organize a huge annual bike trip you will undoubtedly hear more about. We’ll eat what we can, when we can, and it will be delicious I’m sure.
For more menu plans, check out “I’m an Organizing Junkie!”,