Happy birthday in Heaven to my grandma! She would have been 88 years old today. When I talk about my inspirations for how I cook, she is one of the two family members I speak of.
Here are a couple of recipes of her recipes:
I miss her daily. Before she fell in 2007, we talked on an almost daily basis. Usually, part of the discussion was about what I would cook for dinner. She helped me menu plan.
This weekend, I finished my recipe index. This is the link to the recipe page where you can access most of my recipes. I need to add the newer recipes to this index.
It’s broken down into many subheadings so that you can find the recipe you are looking for. It was a labor of love getting done. I created a spreadsheet with all the recipes on it by year. Then I created a second spreadsheet with the recipes in different categories. I hope my new recipe index helps you find the recipe you are looking for.
If you are on Facebook, please check out my page. There is a link to it in the left sidebar. Currently, I’ve only been posting links to my newest recipes or sometimes older recipes. I need to improve at posting some of the great recipes I find on other blogs.
Now onto my menu for the week. This week’s going to be different. I’m posting recipes, but everything depends on how I’m feeling. I’ve had a sinus infection that has morphed into something else. Tomorrow I’m taking off so I can go to the doctor’s to check it out. So this menu could not be followed completely.
Last week, we did not have the roast as planned because Hubby got some fresh eggs from one of his buddies. So we had scrambled eggs and bacon instead on Thursday. I made orange chicken over rice on Saturday instead of the hash. The Wee One had two servings of orange chicken, so I think it was a good choice for dinner.
Mom, What’s For Dinner?
Week of February 22, 2016
Monday – slow cooker apricot chicken (new recipe), mac and cheese, corn, or mixed veggies
Tuesday – sausage, leftover mac and cheese, corn, or mixed veggies (This is one meal Hubby can put together.)
Wednesday – Lenten Soup Supper – This is up in the air, depending on how I feel. If I don’t feel up to it, grilled cheese and tomato soup will be on the menu.
Thursday – Balsamic Roast with roasted potatoes, brown sugar carrots
Friday – Hash made from leftover roast and potatoes
If you need other menus, please check out my week of Slow Cooker Meals Menu and 10 Quick and Easy Meals for Busy Families. Maybe they will give you inspiration for the upcoming week.
This post is linked to I’m An Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday.