Two Week Menu Plan

by Kelly · 6 comments

in Thoughts On Food & Cooking

I just got home from the grocery store, sat down and planned our menu. Here’s what we’ll be eating for the next two weeks.

  • Tofu in spinach peanut sauce
  • Ham and cheese pockets with green salad
  • Chili mac and cheese
  • Rice topped with spinach tomato meat sauce
  • Sausages, baked potatoes and broccoli
  • Salmon patties with peas and pasta
  • Tuna Noodle Casserole
  • Veggie pancakes with sliced ham
  • Fried fish with lima beans and rice
  • Roast chicken with gratin dauphinois and salad
  • Beans and rice
  • Fettuccine with ham bits, red peppers and zucchini

You may have noticed that there are only twelve meals here- that’s because we’ll probably have pizza on the other two nights. What does your menu plan look like?


1 Barbara December 16, 2008

I’ve just stumbled across your website (literally) and I have to say I love it. Great inspirations for my dinners!

I plan our dinners weekly. Two weeks is too far ahead for me, to be honest. This week we’re having herrings with potatoes, vegetable soup with Polish sausages, Kedgeree with tinned salmon, couscous with vegetables, pizza (Friday is always pizza night), tuna and potato casserole and something I haven’t figured out yet on Sunday. Maybe something with spinach, I feel like spinach now after reading your list!

Greetings from Ireland!

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2 Nancy December 16, 2008

Here’s my menu for the next week —

Would you share your spinach tomato meat sauce recipe?

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3 Kelly December 16, 2008

I usually just fry some hamburger, then throw in some frozen chopped spinach, not even thawed and some chopped tomatoes or some jarred spaghetti sauce. It’s really easy, but it goes with everything and freezes really well.

4 Kelly December 16, 2008

@Barbara, Welcome! and greetings from France!

5 Nancy December 23, 2008

I spent a portion of my afternoon reading your archives here. I enjoyed them and found alot to like.
I think it’s fun to see ‘life’ in another country. A dear friend of mine travels to France every summer with her students (college) as part of an on-site learning program for their French studies. I’m going to send links to your sites to her as I think she’d really enjoy them.
Our family was host to a German exchange student for the 2006-2007 school year. We learned a lot about another countries food culture.

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6 Nancy December 25, 2008

Made your gratin daphinois for our Christmas lunch. Loved them! Of course, I can easily make a meal out of any kind of potato dish. Will definitely do them again.

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