Sunday, November 15, 2009

Menu Plan Monday- November 16, 2009

Minus not getting to the Paprika Fish from last week (because I lost the recipe and was too lazy to find it), I did pretty well. The white asparagus and blue cheese tart* wasn't bad, but I'd chop up the asparagus next time since it was really hard to serve. I decided to add the Eggs a la Paloma to the "make again" folder. Next time I won't bother cooking the eggs separately because that was time consuming and it is an otherwise quick to prepare meal. I made a couple of weekend meals that weren't on the menu but we liked enough to make again too. I call that success!

*Recipe is in Dutch but if you'd like me to translate it into English let me know and I'll e-mail it to you.

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I'm hopeful that I won't need to buy many groceries this week as I'm plodding through clearing out the freezer!

Monday is Martijn's dinner group, so I'm just going to have leftovers (and a clean kitchen to mess up on Tuesday!).

Mini Yorkshire Pudding- This is my FNCCC recipe for this week. I hope it doesn't turn into a disaster!

Cauliflower Soup & Melt Sandwiches of some variety

Bourbon Chicken and Fried Rice

Crockpot BBQ Ribs

Going out to eat with friends! I'm looking forward to this bigtime.


Anonymous said...

Mmmm that soup sounds good!

4 Lettre Words said...

Well...Bourbon Chicken certainly sounds tasty!!

Fruitful Vine2 said...

Paprika Fish sounds good and sometimes I couldn't be bothered to look for certain things till later too.

Came over via SITS. Enjoy the rest of your day.

Cairo Typ0 said...

Yorkshire pudding is an essential part of any roast beef dinner. My mum always made the batter first and put it in teh fridge for a bit. Also remember to heat the oil in the muffin tins for a bit before you bake them. Using the drippings really does make them taste better but regular vegetable oil works totally fine.

Good luck!! :)

Kimmy C said...

Visiting from SITS. I have a great weekly meal planner (freebie!!!) on my site. You should check it out.

Anonymous said...

I second Cairo Typo's advice. And don't sweat it...Yorkshire pud, as a rule (concocted by some pessimist named "Murphy" ;-D) only falls flat when you are having company for dinner!

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