There is so much going on this week! Mardi Gras, Valentine’s Day, Ash Wednesday…just for starters. David and I each have a meeting one night this week, we have one together, and we are planning to attend a local production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” later in the week. Despite all this we will be eating at home almost every night. So let’s take a look at this week’s menu:
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I have a meeting at 5:30 so a quick meal when I get home is in order.
- veggie pasta sauce over fettucini
- toasted garlic bread
- Debi’s Jambalaya (recipe coming soon!)
- homemade potato salad
- green salad
- French bread
- King Cake for dessert
We have our church Ash Wednesday service at 6 and I have choir at 7. I don’t want to cook dinner at 8 or 8:30 p.m. so we are going eat very early before church. We celebrated Valentine’s Day with a mid-week trip to the city last week.
- Stuffed Bell Peppers
- roasted carrots
We are attending a political fundraiser dinner and I’ve been asked to contribute a pot of beans.
- Sweet and Spicy Shrimp
- Cheesy Grits
- Homemade Tomato Soup
- grilled cheese sandwiches
- orange slices
Mexican food after church and save half for dinner.
MEAL PLANNING RESOURCES I RECOMMEND
- Meal Planning That Saves You Time and Money – includes links to free printables!
- 30 Ways to Save on Groceries
- Do you want to eat a healthy, organic, grass fed diet but don’t think you can afford it? My friend, Victoria of A Modern Homestead, explains how they do it on less than $200 a month. Click here to find out how:
This post is linked up at I’m an Organizing Junkie. Be sure to check it out for lots of great menu ideas!