Sunday, December 12, 2010

Menu Monday

I have my Hot chocolate station up and going strong:) Yum!

I can't believe that Christmas is in two weeks! I am so excited, I can hardly stand it. There is something so magical and joyful about sharing this special time of year with children. I love it. Unfortunately my family has been fighting the flu , so last week we did not stick with our planned menu very well. We had several nights where I just made what sounded good to my little sickies... soft eggs and toast, pancakes or simple noodle soup and smoothies. So if some of the recipes look like repeats that is why. Tomorrow I am making our traditional dinner for the first snowfall of the year... "Snowball Soup" (matzo ball soup) because snow is on the forecast! We had just enough flakes swirling around Sunday night to have school cancelled for Monday! The boys were thrilled! I am looking forward to the next two weeks very much. We only have a few more days until my boys are all home for the Christmas break. Such a happy time!
Monday--Snowball Soup (Matzo Ball Soup), honey whole wheat rolls, green salad with buttermilk dressing.
Family Home Evening Treat--Eggnog cookies
Tuesday--Chicken and Garlic Bow tie Pasta, zucchini saute, bread sticks, crisp apples
Wednesday--"Cafe Rio" pork burritos from freezer, lime cilantro rice, salad with creamy tomatillo dressing, steamed broccoli
Friday--Date night Mom and Dad--leftovers for boys
Saturday--Church Christmas Dinner Party for whole family
Sunday--Pot Roast, red potatoes, rolls, green beans, fresh green salad with bleu cheese
Monday-- Crispy Southwest Wraps with fresh guacamole, orange slices, carrots and dip
Family Home Evening treat--Go out for Bruesters Ice Cream after delivering goodies to friends
Tuesday--Mandarin Chicken, rice, spinach salad and sauteed green beans
Thursday--Calzones with lots of veggies, green salad, fresh oranges and bananas
Friday--CHRISTMAS EVE Chicken ala King served in bread crowns, fruit salad, green salad with pomegranate seeds, eggnog with vanilla bean ice cream and freshly grated nutmeg, platter or goodies for dessert:)
Saturday--CHRISTMAS Spiral ham, Au Gratin Potatoes, Buttermilk Rolls, green salad, Balsamic Roasted Asparagus
Sunday--leftovers:)

2 comments:

Laura said...

You are amazing! My Mom makes Chicken Ala King & it was one of my favorites growing up. She served it over puff pastries though. I'm going to start the tradition of making it for Christmas too. I'll check sisterscafe for the bread crown recipe. I think my boys would like that better.
I hope you guys have an awesome Southern Christmas :) I just finished a cute Christmas story that reminded me of you, because it's in the south. It's called "A redbird Christmas" by Fannie Flagg. You should read it! Love ya' all!

Anonymous said...

Where can I find the recipe for eggnog cookies? They sound yummy!!

 
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