It’s time for Menu Monday, hosted at Mary Ellen Barrett‘s corner of the Internet.
I’m still substitute-teaching, and with the “fall back” to Standard Time (can’t we just pick one and stick with it?) I’m setting up an easy plan for the next few days.
SUNDAY: Chicken and Pepper Paprika over noodles. I’ll be writing this one up. Here’s a teaser photo.
MONDAY: Chicken with Lemon and Garlic, rice, roasted asparagus.
TUESDAY: Pork Carnitas Tacos and salad.
WEDNESDAY: Chicken Caesar Sandwiches in the slow cooker. Our over-the-stove microwave is being replaced, since its mysterious demise when Little Brother was using it as a timer 2 weeks ago. I can put the slow cooker someplace else in the kitchen, to give the late-afternoon installation guy room to get the job done.
THURSDAY: Spaghetti and meatballs.
FRIDAY: Seafood Surprise. Translation: I have 1 or 2 servings each of various fish fillets like tilapia, swai, cod and whiting. 3 of us need to eat. The surprise is what type of fish each person will get. I have a Meatless Friday fish recipe coming up at CatholicMom.com this week, so I might use that one for whatever fish I wind up cooking. That recipe will go live Friday morning at 8 or 9 AM (I’m not sure. The time change is messing up my sense of the schedule, especially since the site is based on Pacific time to start with.)
SATURDAY: Leftovers, now that I’ll have a working microwave to warm them.