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What's For Supper?

All of us managing a home probably run into the same thing. I'm tired of the same old thing, what can I cook? It's fun to swap menu ideas, recipes, time/money saving ideas, etc. So, in that spirit I thought I might share our menu. What's on yours this week?

MONDAY
Leftovers: Santa fe soup for adults, homemade pizza for children

TUESDAY
Pasta e fagioli, salad, breadsticks

WEDNESDAY
Roasted crockpot chicken, stovetop stuffing, blackeye peas with corn

THURSDAY
I'll be using the leftover chicken to make:
chicken pot pie, salad

FRIDAY
Grilled cumin pork loin, grilled avocado stuffed with apple-chipotle salsa, rice

WEEKEND
I'll be using the leftover pork to make:
Mexican green chilie stew, pork enchiladas, and BBQ sandwiches

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  1. YUMMY! :) We didn't end up going to the grocery store this weekend, so I only have a few meals left for this week. Sunday night we had- homemade beef stew/cornbread. Monday night- Fried cube steak,baked potatoes,corn. Tonight I have a Pampered Chef meeting, so we'll have soup and sandwiches. Wednesday- Spaghetti w/ meatballs (homemade spag sauce/meatballs), salad, beadsticks .....Thursday or Friday prob homemade pizza. I found a yummy recipe for Mushroom Beef Melts, Bistro Potatoes & Tomato Bacon Beans that I want to try! I am always looking for new recipes also that are def. budget friendly!

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  2. Hey Tiffany! That sounds like some yummy comfort food at your house! You know the thing about the pork is that it costs an average of $12 which seemed a bit high, at least at our house. But then I bought one on sale and realized just how many meals I could get from it. It stretches better than a chicken!

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