Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Menu Plan: Still In Progress

I knew that making a menu plan without having turkey leftovers was going to be difficult.  Making it extra difficult is the lack of grocery sale ads this past week.  They were virtually non-existent, so I've not been to the store.  My husband did run to Wal-Mart (with both girls, while I was cooking!) on Saturday to browse for gift ideas and grab a few things we needed.

I decided to shift last week's menu around a bit and made a Turkey Taco Quiche (delicious, and recipe to be posted), so I needed a couple more things to make that, and pushed my soup back until Monday.  (I actually made two soups, one with meat and one with lentils).

Here's my plan so far (totally may change):

Monday:  Turkey Soup

Tuesday:  Turkey Soup again (then freezing it)

Wednesday:  Broccoli & Ham Quiche (in freezer)

Thursday:  Old El Paso Taco Stuffers (I have tortillas in the freezer I need to use.)

Friday:  Red Beans and Rice  (If I get to the store and buy red beans-I have sausage in the freezer.)

Weekend:  Yet to decide.

How is your menu planning going?

This is linked to Menu-Plan Monday at OrgJunkie.


BerryMorins Bits & Tips November 30, 2011 at 3:34 PM  

I love visiting the MPM participants to get recipe ideas. Tonight we're having Pozole. And since the hubby is cooking I can sit back...and wash the dishes.

Amanda December 1, 2011 at 3:21 PM  

Thanks for stopping by! I'm trying to get back to making my menu plans, so I thought that linking up would be a good motivator! I hope you found some great recipes, and I love it when my husband cooks! =)

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