Monday, August 11, 2008

MPM August 11th

Happy Monday to you!!

First I want to share with you an awesome recipe. We really enjoyed these 10 Minute Chilaquiles, thanks Kim for making them first and sharing with my sweet husband. Our whole family likes this. that is a miracle.

Also, Tammi asked what we put in our crepes for dinner. To answer that question, it really depends what we feel like. But usually there is ham, cheese, maybe turkey, bbq chicken, steak, all in strips.(not all of these, just whatever we want that night) we use mayo & mustard in the bottom of the crepes and then put the meat in. This time we made this awesome roast and shredded it. What I did was put a roast in the crock pot, sprinkled, no really doused, the roast with this great seasoning that we found called Veggie Grill by Weber. we found ours at Walmart, they also have a good BBQ chicken seasoning and a good burger seasoning. anyway, after I covered the roast with seasoning I added about a cup of water to the bottom of the crockpot. then let it cook for several hours. Jared added more seasoning a couple hours in, then we shredded it, and let it cook for another hour in the juices. It was GREAT. and easy. so that's the dinner part of the crepes. for dessert we have chocolate, vanilla, and butterscotch pudding, whipped topping, cherry pie filling, powdered sugar. sometimes ice cream. Its really good with leftover stuff. MMMMM good!

Now to this weeks Menu. The kids go back to school tomorrow, so hopefully this week will go smooth with dinners. We'll see.

Sunday- Skinny meat, with Yoshidas marinade, baked potatoes, corn on the cob, and Kings Hawaiian rolls. (it was a great birthday dinner, it tastes so much better when someone else is cooking)
Monday- Haystacks
Tuesday- Sausage Pasta new one, not sure what else I will serve with this yet. maybe some fruit and bread
Wednesday- quiche, applesauce
Thursday-Tacos, beans
Friday- leftovers/date night
Saturday- rataouille, bread,
Sunday- Stuffed Shells (finally) salad, bread,

Hope you have a great eating week! Check out Laura's List for lots more ideas Its awesome!

6 comments:

Tara Brooks said...

What is skinny meat?
I love Yoshida's sauce, I usually use it to make meatballs. I buy the costco meatballs and smother them in half Yoshidas and half sweet & sour sauce. YUM!

nikki said...

Happy Belated Birthday! Hope you didn't have to cook on your special day!

Davis family said...

skinny meat is just a meat that is cut really thin. Its our favorite. I will definitely be trying the yoshidas on meatballs though. that sounds good.
and thanks for the birthday wishes, I did not have to cook. Jared is really good about taking over on my birthday and mother's day.

Tiffany -- the mommy said...

I love these posts!! I love cooking and seeing what others are cooking!! So can skinny meat be any type of meat?

MillerTime said...

Hey can you give me the Abelhouzens blog address ... I accidentally deleted ... oh and the hartshorns too if you have it
Thanks!

jen said...

Andi, Found your blog and I love it!!I think it will be a regular of mine just because you put a menu on it. Dinner is my biggest struggle and maybe you can help!!!
Jen...Ps I have loved getting to know your family...your kids are great!!!