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Offline 4kidsmom

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November Menu
« on: November 01, 2016, 09:39:32 AM »
November can usually be counted on to be cold at night so it's time for soups, stews, casseroles, baked foods and anything and everything that is warm and comforting!  ;D

Costco ravioli, green salad, rosemary bread, fruit
breaded pork chops, roasted butternut squash, garlic roasted broccoli, fruit
beef enchiladas, spanish rice, refried beans, fruit
BBQ chicken quesadillas, green salad, fruit
honey mustard pork chops, sweet potato fingers, green beans, fruit
lasagna, green salad, garlic bread, fruit
fish tacos, cajun red beans and rice, salad, fruit
parmesan herb chicken, rice pilaf, roasted broccoli, honey glazed carrots, fruit
baked ziti, green salad, garlic bread, fruit
beef stew, rolls, salad
jambalaya, green salad, fruit
chicken enchiladas, spanish rice, green salad, fruit
pot roast with veggies, rolls, green salad, fruit/jello salad
clam chowder in bread bowls, green salad
apple dijon pork roast, mashed potatoes, green beans, fruit
slow cooker BBQ shredded chicken sandwiches, potato fingers, green salad, fruit
manicotti, green salad, rosemary bread
steaks, potatoes-n-onions, dilly lime carrots, green salad, fruit
teriyaki pulled pork sandwiches, potato fingers, coleslaw, fruit
roast chicken, stuffing, peas, carrots
leftovers or sandwiches
hearty garlic potato soup, breadsticks, green salad, fruit
shepherd's pie, salad, fruit

The list gets me through Thanksgiving.  I don't know what our plans are yet so I'll do the last week of the month after I know where we'll be eating Thanksgiving dinner and when.

I want to try some pumpkin recipes so each Sunday will be a different dessert.  I have pumpkin roll, pumpkin snickerdoodles, pumpkin pie squares (from Pampered Chef) and pumpkin pecan cobbler.  Yum!


Offline Rooney

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Re: November Menu
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2016, 11:37:37 AM »
Pumpkin snickerdoodles sound good!  I just got some canned pumkin and that sounds like a good way to use it?  Is your recipe easy?