Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Menu Plan Monday ... a day late

I hope everyone enjoyed their holiday weekend! I did, that's why I didn't post anything yesterday. Gotta love Mondays off with the hubby. :-)

I want to post my Menu Plan Monday even though it's late. I'm doing a repeat from last week. The Cranberry-Chipotle Turkey was REMARKABLE! We had the hubby's parents over for that dinner and they were quite impressed! We're going to invite some friends over this week to partake in this fabulous meal. It was so good, I could have it every week! Super easy, too!



Monday: Spaghetti & Meat Sauce
Tuesday: Chicken in Wine - Crock Pot
Wednesday: Lemony Salmon Fettuccine - from Gourmet Momma
Thursday: Crock Pot- Cranberry-Chipotle Turkey -- I'll post the recipe on Slow Cooking Thursday - This recipe from Gourmet Momma
Friday: Pork Tamales, Spanish Rice, Jalepeno Refried Beans & Tortillas (didn't end up making this last week, so it's on the menu this time around.)

I'll post some deals later. :-)
Head over to orgjunkie.com for more fabulous meals!

7 comments:

c.k. said...

You have me wanting to try this Turkey dish now! Sounds great. Its always encouraging when the in-laws like the meal you prepared. :)

Renee said...

Great menu plan! Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week.

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Mandy said...

Your menu sounds yummy. I'm going to add the chipotle cranberry turkey to my menu soon!

kim said...

I want to try the turkey also! It sounds really good. My husband would be stunned if I fixed something like that. It's usually boring in my kitchen.

Thanks for the help with the menu...I could use all the help I can get! lol

Kim

Kim's Treasures said...

Great menu! Can I eat at your house?

Anonymous said...

I'm with the previous person...can I eat at your house? Wow those are some great meals you're cooking! I bet your hubby loves that!

Tammy

My Ice Cream Diary said...

Oooo, I have lots of shredded pork left over from last night's dinner and I would never have thought of using it for Tamales if I hadn't read this. Thanks!

P.S. Glad you stopped by so I could find your blog.