Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Menu Plan Monday

Well, this is a day late, but I just found this on Laura's blog today, via Susan. Since I ALWAYS plan a menu, and have done so for over 30 years, I thought I should participate. I ordinarily plan from Thursday to Thursday, since that's my shopping day. But I'll rearrange this for the convenience of others.

MONDAY: Simple Pierogi Supper, Tomatoes & Cucumbers, Bread & Butter
TUESDAY: we're eating supper with friends at their campsite. I'm bringing cole slaw.
WEDNESDAY: Kielbasa Biscuit Pizza, Tomato-Cucumber Salad
THURSDAY: Oven Fish Chowder, Multigrain Bread
FRIDAY: Tex-Mex Lasagna, Salad
SATURDAY: Crabmeat Quiche, Breakfast Potatoes, Fruit Salad
SUNDAY: Smoky Bean Stew, Cornbread or Seven-Grain Bread

There you have it!


  1. I usually plan from Wednesday to Wednesday, so I just did what you did - adjust it to accommodate! Looks like you have some yummy stuff planned!

  2. Thanks, Susan! Your menus sounded great too. I think Menu Plan Monday is a neat feature -- helps give us all some fresh ideas.

  3. Anonymous3:42 PM

    That chowder and multigrain bread sounds divine (well, actually, all of it does!). I'm so ready to start making soups and stews for supper again. If the weather would just cooperate :)

    Have a great day, I will look forward to seeing your menus posted!

  4. Yay! I love to read people's meal ideas because it helps me to think of new things to make.

  5. Hello! Thanks for participating. I'm liking the sound of crabmeat quiche. Sounds delicious! Have a great day! Laura

  6. Yummy sounding menu!!!

  7. Hello, everyone!

    Stacy -- I agree, I'm starting to feel like making soups & stews again -- not to mention fall baking! The bread recipe can be found on my post "A Picnic by the River." I'll post the fish chowder recipe if anyone would care to have it.

    Mrs. B -- Thanks for stopping in! It's always a treat to see you here at my kitchen table! You are such an encourager.

    Laura -- Thanks to you for opening your Menu Plan Monday for participation. It's such a neat idea. I'll post the crabmeat quiche recipe after I try it. (I always make at least 1 or 2 new recipes per week.)

    Jenny -- Thanks for stopping by my kitchen table! Please come back and visit again!

    God bless,


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