Monday, June 30, 2014

Menu Plan Monday - Week of June 29, 2014

Our Tuesday Night Dinner Last Week:
Marinara sauce with LOTS of veggies - green beans, broccoli, red onions, garlic, and yellow tomatoes.
Shell-shaped noodles.
Garlic bread made with flat, gourmet bread from the freezer.
Steamed artichokes.

I actually remembered to take some photos of our food this week!  So now I just have to remember to post them!

I have a goal for July to see how little I can spend on groceries - I will buy milk and maybe butter, depending on how things go and maybe a few other things.  We have a well stocked house, the two CSAs and a gift certificate for a couple loaves of bread from a local bakery.  We should be just fine.

This coming week has the 4th of July (Independence Day) on Friday and John home two days this week, including Friday.  We're excited about that since it seems like he's been at his Internship more than he's been home this summer partly due to a lot of overnights and a fairly lengthy commute (it's amazing what people refer to as "local" here in the metro!). We have lots of pot lucks this week to attend.  We also have a funeral this week that will be serving us dinner as well.
Here's what we're eating this coming week:

Sunday, June 29:  My parent's 56th Wedding Anniversary!
    Breakfast: Cereal and Milk
    Lunch; Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, and Strawberries and Blueberries
    Snack: Yogurt
    Dinner: At Church after a Funeral

Monday, June 30:
   Breakfast: Smoothies, Leftover Scones
   Lunch: Pizza Twists (these were a HUGE hit last week but very messy to make)
   Snack: Sugar Cookies
   Dinner: Roasted Chicken and Potatoes, Tossed Salad, Sliced Pears

Tuesday, July 1:
    Breakfast: Oatmeal with Blueberries and Almonds
    Lunch: Salad with Leftover Chicken and Blueberries
    Snack: Yogurt and Fruit
    Dinner: Veggie Roasted Couscous, Blue Tortilla Chips, Peach-Grape-Blueberry Salad

Wednesday, July 2:
    Breakfast: Waffles from the Freezer with Peaches and Almonds
    Lunch: Leftover Couscous and Tossed Salad
    Snack: Sugar Cookies
    Dinner: Pot Luck at Church: Bring a Tossed Salad

Thursday, July 3:
   Breakfast: Oatmeal with Almonds and Cinnamon
   Lunch: Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps, Fruit
   Snack: Yogurt with Fruit
   Dinner: Veggie Stir Fry, Rice, Sliced Fruit

Friday, July 4, Independence Day:
   Breakfast: Buttermilk Coffee Cake, Fruit
   Lunch: Pot Luck: Bring either Fruit Salad or a Tossed Salad
   Dinner: Grilled Veggies and Hot Dogs, Fruit (if necessary)
   Dessert: Pot Luck: Dessert: Sugar Cookies (we're not sure if this pot luck is dessert only or if they will serve dinner too - we'll find out later this week - either way we'll bring Sugar Cookies).

Saturday, July 5:
   Breakfast: Leftover Coffee Cake, Fruit
   Lunch: Snack Lunch (crackers, cheese, cut veggies, fruit, etc.)
   Snack: Popcorn
   Dinner: Homemade Pizza and Bread sticks

What are you eating this week?

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