- This is a vice of mine. If I could choose to eat out every meal and not cook I would (oddly enough, I L-O-V-E to cook)
- Eating out is convenient, yet a hassle with a baby. While it should give Cullen and I more time together, it seems to do the opposite.
- Eating at home, means we spend more time together as a family during the week....which may allow Sundays-at-church seem much more doable.
So, let's make Lent a little more fun...I am posting (weekly) my dinnertime menu. 40 days, cooking in....we are going to have to get a little out of the dinner comfort zone.
Here was last week's, and this week's menu's.
Ash Wednesday, March 09: Ate Leftover Chicken Broccoli Bake at Jenny's.
Thursday, March 10: Blue Cheese Turkey Burgers on the grill. Nothing fancy here, we made burgers and added crumbled blue-cheese to the inside and baked. Delish. Very rich but DELISH.
Friday, March 11: BBQ at Cullen's parents.
Saturday, March 12: Crack-pot Lasagna; It was so good. I had made it a time before. I loved it. I change a few things, but keep it basically the same. Bravo. I would have it again. (**HEY, LAUREN, did you catch the "crack-pot").
Sunday, March 13: Melt in your mouth Pizza Bagel Bites. OMGosh. This is the Devil's handy-work. I could eat 17...problem is, each one is 1/2 a bagel.
Monday, March 14: Chicken Parmesan. Crispy. Hearty. Will need exercise afterwards.
Tuesday, March 15th: King Ranch Chicken. Simple. Easy. Done.
Wednesday, March 16th: Chicken Packets. Don't knock 'till you try it, because YUMM. (side note: I am not sure why she calls them chicken pAckets, instead of chicken pOckets. Who cares? They are good.) HAPPY BIRTHDAY LITTLE BROTHER AND UNCLE STEVE!
Thursday, March 17th: P.F. Changs frozen meal. It is AS GOOD as the restaurant. If I'm lying, I'm dying.
Friday, March 18th: Fiesta Chicken and Black Bean Enchiladas. Humm.....I feel like we are eating a lot of chicken this week.
Saturday, March 19th: My Momma's Ham Casserole. A moment on your lips, forever on your hips, it is so good. You will have to email me for this recipe. It is a family one...and too good to share with everyone.