What’s for Supper? September 25 – October 1

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I’m linking up at Simcha Fisher’s Patheos Catholic blog, where she’s got a great weekly “What’s for Supper?” feature going on. Last week there was no linkup due to the World Meeting of Families, so I’m looking forward to this week’s link. Here’s what we had for dinner this week.

FRIDAY 25: Baked salmon with olive oil and salt and crispy roasted potatoes, both from the Catholic Foodie cookbook. We also had green beans.

sloppy joes (4) T C

SATURDAY 26: Sloppy Joes, raw vegetable platter.

luau chicken (3)c T

SUNDAY 27: Luau chicken with pineapple, orzo, and salad.

beef noodle skillet (2)c T

MONDAY 28:  One-pot beef and noodles with mushrooms.

TheKid insisted on photographing this dish for the blog. He took photos from crazy angles until I rescued my camera. Then he photobombed my shot.
TheKid insisted on photographing this dish for the blog. He took photos from crazy angles until I rescued my camera. Then he photobombed my shot.

 

TUESDAY 29: Sally’s Magic Chicken, baked potatoes, and a salad that was served, but nobody took any.

WEDNESDAY 30: With 2 of the 3 of us down for the count with a stomach bug that’s just bad enough to make you feel really nauseous (and fortunately, nothing worse than that) we had chicken soup with pastina. Hubs, the Last Man Standing, had leftover chicken from Tuesday’s dinner.

THURSDAY 1: There was takeout, since I was still under the weather. Hubs picked up some Egg Drop Soup for me. That’s my go-to soup when I’m not feeling good. I think everyone’s on the mend now.

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