Sunday, September 14, 2014

What's for Eats? Sunday Sept 14, 2014

Meal planning is a great way to save money on groceries and you won't be standing in front of the fridge at 4pm, wondering what to make!

What's for Eats this week at Hun... What's for Dinner?
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Happy Sunday! What a week! The kids are settling well at school and I am trying to get used to my new routine without the kids everyday. It has given me the time to work a little more on the social media aspect of my blog and I feel less guilty, because I don't have to be on the computer, when they are home as much. We've also been trying to get everything organized at school, with the parent council. As the lunch program and milk program coordinator, I've been brain storming new hot lunch options we can offer the kids, during the school year. It is a bit daunting, since we have so many children with severe peanut allergies in our school, which means I have to research and ensure that these options are peanut free and produced in peanut free facilities. Our first meeting is Monday, so I hope we can come up with a few ideas. 

Our week should be fairly quiet, save for Monday, since I have to be out of the house shortly after 5pm. I didn't really stick to the meal plan last week, so I am bringing over a few things this week, Here's what I have planned for the week.

  • Salmon Stroganoff (new recipe) with Cesar Salad
  • Spanish Potato and Green Olive Soup (new recipe) with homemade Italian Bread
  • Pork Roast with Roast Root Vegetables (potatoes, sweet potatoes, rutabaga, parsnips and carrots)
  • Leftovers
  • Porcupine Meatballs (in the crock pot) with rice and green beans
  • Homemade Stromboli (new recipe) with a tossed salad
  • Leftovers

1 comment:

Sally said...

Must have recipes on the salmon stroganof and the stromboli's!