Saturday, December 8, 2012

Whats For Dinner Next Week 12-9-12

I sure am glad to see you today,we have been running so fast I was looking forward to just sitting down and chatting with you.  We try to enjoy so many festivities this time of the year that sometimes it is good to just sit and visit with a friend.  I made us some of my new Cranberry Sausage Cookie's and some hot tea so come on in and we will have refreshment and talk about The Menu for next week.


Sunday
Happy Hanukkah
To Our Friends

Homemade Noodles
Green Salad
Cottage Bread


Monday
Brisket Sandwiches
Ranch Beans

Left Over Yogurt Pie


Tuesday


Texas Sheet Cake

Wednesday

Baked Spicy Sweet Potato Chips
Left Over 
Texas Sheet Cake

Thursday
Cheesy Vegetable Chowder  at Real Food Eater
Onion Biscuits  at Real Food Forager


Friday
Crab Cakes
Baked New Potatoes with Basil Sauce

Coffee and Dessert
With Friends

Saturday Night
Pizza Night 
Build Your Own Pizza Buffet


It sure was good to sit down and rest a little bit and just visit with you today.  I hope that you are enjoying your holiday season and that you are finding a new blessing each and every day.  Come back to see me real soon, I always look forward to your visits.
Peace and Joy,


7 comments:

  1. Hi Miz Helen. your menu sounds wonderful, especially the warm cauliflower salad! I hope you have a great week. xo

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  2. Just wish I were having dinner at your house this week! Yum!

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  3. You got some great recipes on here! I already bookmarked 3 for later use.

    By the way, your Max is a real cutie. He's a Bichon right?

    I'm Cathy over from The Frazzled Homemaker(there are no profiles in the list below that I use regularly so I wanted to let you know Who I am).

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  4. You got some great recipes on here! I already bookmarked 3 for later use.

    By the way, your Max is a real cutie. He's a Bichon right?

    I'm Cathy over from The Frazzled Homemaker(there are no profiles in the list below that I use regularly so I wanted to let you know Who I am).

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  5. If I cooked all that I wouldn't have time to do a thing!!! It always amazes me how others figure out and plan a whole weeks menu and get it all done. I am going to copy some of these recipes. Thanks!!! XO, Pinky

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  6. Yum - that warm cauliflower salad looks delish (especially because I love red onions)!! I'm always looking for warm vegetable dishes this time of year (which for some reason seems more difficult than the cool summer dishes); it's nice to find a new one to try! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. These meals look so delicious and nourishing. Have a wonderful weekend.

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Your visit has been very special. I look forward to your comments, they are like opening little gifts. Thank you for stopping by and hurry back!
Miz Helen

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