Monday, December 03, 2007

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Almost 13 year old Tia, after a couple hours of Christmas shopping: "Mom, I love shopping. But I hate spending money."

"Oh, my girl, I know exactly how you feel!", I think as I'm looking at my in the red bank balance.

Monday: Crockpot creamy potatoes and keilbassa

Tuesday: Asian Ground Beef and Pepper Saute

Wednesday: Pork Alfredo

Thursday: Oven baked bbq chicken thighs, scalloped potatoes, green/yellow beans

Friday: Creamy cauliflower soup, garlic cheese bread

Saturday: scrounge day

Sunday: ?

See Laura at I'm An Organizing Junkie for more menu plan ideas or to link up your own.


annie said...

Happy Monday!
Sounds yummy!
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Beck said...

I'm coming over on Friday - your weeks always sound so tasty!

gail@more than a song said...

It does sound yummy! I'd come by tonight for the crockpot dish and Friday for the soup & cheese bread. I love soup!

Barb @ A Chelsea Morning said...

I like scrounge day, Susanne. Of course, it's always scrounge day around here, Monday through Friday, when Rob's not home at night. I'd be embarrassed to even reveal some of the strange stuff I eat on those nights. LOL

I totally agree with her. I love wrapping gifts and giving them but I do NOT love spending the money for the contents of those packages.

More than half my Christmas giving this year is homemade. It's keeping me away from the computer but it's saving me boatloads of money. :-)

Barbie@ Mamaology said...

Oven baked BBQ chiken thighs... yumm!!!!

Oh yes the shopping is so fun, if only it was someone elses money:)

Hope you have a great week.

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Now, that's a girl after my own heart :)

Your menu looks awesome! I have never had cauliflower soup but it sounds good. Is the recipe online anywhere?

Have a great day and a wonderful week :)

Org Junkie said...

Don't hate me but cauliflower soup is right up there with brussel sprouts and green peppers for me. I guess I'm a pickier eater than I thought :)

Shalee said...

Oh, I'm so in line with Tia... which is one of the reasons I buy my gifts throughout the year. Easier on the budget by far!

Bev said...

It's that time of year - comfort foods! I'm off to the store to pick up supplies for broccoli cheese soup - we're not getting out of the 20's today and that cries for hot soup!