Weekly Meal Plan #98

My highlight this week is based on a low. I was sick most of this week, which meant that I really did not feel like cooking or doing most of anything at all. And while one of the nights I did just break down and order a pizza (no shame in that), I did manage to at least put some food on the table for my family the rest of the week. Maybe not my most delectable and outstanding meals to date, but it was food. And we ate it together. That’s a win. Having homemade bread in the cabinet is a bonus. Having fresh fruit on the counter is helpful. Having a stocked pantry is a necessity. Having a sister-in-law who gives you a loaf of brioche bread in exchange for your extra zucchini is a blessing (thanks Katie!).

~ Theresa

To see how we plan our meals, click here. The Fam needs to eat. Make it good!

Katie’s plan:

  • Minestrone pasta soup, cheese straws, honeydew, spice cake
  • Pita pizzas, steamed carrots, fresh fruit
  • Mini quiche tarts, toasted bagels
  • Macaroni and cheese, baked beans, cornbread, applesauce
  • Southwest Vegetarian Burgers with brioche buns, grapes
  • Italian subs on homemade sourdough sub buns
  • Taco salad, garlic-herb soft pretzels, grapes
  • Other things to make this week: softbatch chocolate chip cookies, oven-baked chai French toast with berries, brioche loaves, mini pitas, ice cream cake

Theresa’s plan:

  • leftovers
  • Pork chops milanese, baked potatoes and fixings, crinkle cut carrots, cantaloupe
  • Brioche toast, Scrambled eggs super, leftover vegetables, pears
  • Rotini pasta, bread, spinach salad with feta cheese crumbles, bell peppers and pickling cucumbers from the garden, grapes
  • Sandwich night (Ham, Turkey, Fried eggs), leftover veggies, leftover fruits
  • Pizza ordered in, pears and spinach salad
  • leftovers and BLTs
  • Other things to make this week: Yogurt, Oatmeal sandwich bread, Zucchini spice cake with homemade funfetti rainbow sprinkle frosting
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About Cooking for the Fam

Katie and Theresa are sisters-in-law who are passionate about food, passionate about family, and passionate about making and sharing food with their families. The Fam needs to eat. Make it good!
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