Home Ec 101 Menu and Grocery List #13

Heather says:

Here’s another week of menus with recipes and a complete shopping list, courtesy of SayMmm.com.

Click for the printable shopping list.

Do you menu plan? What are you having for dinner this week?

Do you want to get started with menu planning? If so, I’ve written a four part menu planning primer.

Do you need help getting motivated in other areas? Lately I do, too. Head over to the Home Ec 101 Forums and let’s work our way through this.

 



3 Comments

  1. Courtney on March 28, 2011 at 12:54 pm

    Hubby and I make our menu on Sundays. We will spend anywhere from $50-$100 per week on groceries. Here's our menu:
    Sunday: Sloppy Joes with Cheesy Beer Bread (delicious bread, Alton Brown's recipe)
    Monday (tonight!): Lime-Marinated Pork Tenderloin with Green Beans and Dirty Rice
    Tuesday: Asian Mahi-Mahi with White Rice and Sweet Corn
    Wednesday: Lasanga with Garlic Bread
    Thursday: Chili with Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
    Friday: Leftover Night (or Clean Out Refrigerator Night!)
    Saturday: BBQ Chuck Roast with Mashed Potatoes and Fried Okra

    I'm really excited about Wednesday…lasagna is such a comfort food for me!

  2. Keter Magick on March 28, 2011 at 11:49 am

    I have a cascade set up that I'm working my way through. I had sausage and lentils two nights ago, which required only half of the sausage. Last night I had a roast chicken with half a chicken left over. Tonight I'm having Colorado chili (tough cut of beef slow cooked with tomatoes, onions, peppers, and seasonings). Tomorrow I'm doing sauerkraut, potatoes, onions, green peppers, and sausage (skillet roast), Tuesday will be tortilla soup with the chicken and leftover peppers. I don't expect leftovers from the Colorado chili, but if I end up with them, they'll find their way into enchiladas or something. At some point, I'll work in a shrimp stir-fry….after that, it's time to go to the store.

  3. Dan on March 28, 2011 at 11:19 am

    I like your Wednesday menu 🙂
    My recent post How To Keep A Lettuce Salad From Getting Unhealthy

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