I’m linking up with Simcha Fisher for her “What’s for Supper?” feature. I’ve only got 5 days here, because last week I was late, and I haven’t actually decided what we’re eating tonight. Even though it’s 5:15 PM right now.
SUNDAY 30: Hamburgers, hot dogs, tomato-cucumber-onion salad, baked beans (my secret recipe for baked beans: for every 15 ounces of canned baked beans, add 3 TBL ketchup and 1 TBL yellow mustard. Stir. Bake 20 minutes at 350.)
MONDAY 31: TheKid was visiting friends, so Hubs and I went to the diner for omelets.
TUESDAY 1: Chicken Breasts in Mushroom Sauce based on this recipe from author Jeanne Grunert. I still need to write up how I made it (note “based on” above) and include the nutrition information. This was a big hit.
WEDNESDAY 2: Spaghetti and meatballs. This is our Wednesday-supper tradition because I have folk-group practice on Wednesday evenings, and this dinner is easy to make and to clean up.
THURSDAY 3: Chicken thighs with barbecue rub, tater tots, salad, baked beans. Next time I’m putting those on sandwiches with a little cole slaw.
As for tonight, I could make my Meatless-Friday recipe that’s up at CatholicMom.com today…I have everything here to make that happen. We’ll see.
3 thoughts on “What’s for Supper? August 30-September 3”
Ooh, another shrimp recipe! I’m hooked on making shrimp now. Quick and easy for a Friday night.
We actually wound up having scampi, because I was not in the mood to slice and dice at 5:45… https://cookandcount.wordpress.com/2015/01/09/shrimp-scampi-with-pasta/
Ooh, I know what we’re having next Friday.