Hello, friends! It’s that time again: Menu Monday. This week I’ll be cooking one of those meals from last week that didn’t happen, an old favorite and a brand new-to-me Instant Pot recipe. So let’s take a look at what’s cooking at our house this week:
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That slow cooker roast thing last week? Didn’t work out so I’m going to give it another shot.
- roast, onions and carrots in slow cooker
- mashed potatoes
My son is taking me to Norman for sushi! David will have leftover roast because he doesn’t *do* sushi.
I have a noon meeting and choir at 7 p.m. Sounds like a good night for an Instant Pot meal.
- Instant Pot Honey Mustard Curry Chicken
- steamed broccoli
David and I are going to see “Arsenic and Old Lace” at a local theater that shows old movies. We love this one and it should be fun to see it on a big screen. It starts at 7 so we’ll need an easy, early dinner.
- Easy Cheesy Black Bean Enchiladas
- rice (will cook extra Wednesday night)
- chips and salsa
Lisa and I will be doing our March grocery shopping trip. We are going to try to be back a bit earlier than usual so we can eat at home. I’ll pick up something easy while shopping. Maybe a rotisserie chicken?
We have two live music events this night. We’ll go out to dinner first and make a night of it.
Since we’ll likely be out very late Saturday night we probably won’t make it to church. That does away with my favorite Sunday dinner plans – half of our Mexican food lunch which we’ve saved for dinner. I don’t really cook on Sundays if I can help it so we’ll have something simple like soup and sandwiches. Or I’ll send David to town for a pizza. 😉
What’s cooking at YOUR house this week?
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