Wednesday, August 3, 2011

August Menu



1st – crockpot meatloaf, crockpot mac & cheese, cantaloupe
2nd – tuna wraps, watermelon
3rd chicken cacciatore, French bread, salad, watermelon
4th navy bean soup (using leftover hambone from last month), french bread, salad
5th – leftovers
6th – organic chicken sausages sautéed with onions, peppers, pasta and homemade fermented sauerkraut, salad, watermelon
7thbaked chicken legs, potato salad, salad
8th – hamburger rice enchiladas, refried beans, chips & salsa, salad
9th – leftovers
10th – ham salad wraps (using leftover ham from last month’s ham), cantaloupe & strawberries
11thbrown rice lasagna, French bread, salad
12thcrockpot bbq meatballs, crockpot mac & cheese, salad
13th – leftovers
14th – chicken alfredo, dinner rolls, salad
15th – sub sandwiches, watermelon
16th – Chinese rice w/chicken, egg rolls, salad
17th – leftovers
18th beef & chile relleno casserole, refried beans, salad
19thwhite bean chicken chili, cornbread, salad
20th jambalaya, salad
21st – leftovers
22nd tuna casserole, salad
23rd – tacos w/all the trimmings, watermelon
24th – crustless chicken pot pie, salad
25th – leftovers
26thcream cheese chicken enchiladas, salad
27th – spaghetti, French bread, salad
28th – pot roast w/potatoes, corn on the cob, salad
29th – leftovers
30thyummy pinto beans, dinner rolls, salad
31st- orange chicken with Chinese noodles, salad

 

5 comments:

  1. Would you please share the receipe for crock pot meatloaf. I hate to use the oven in the summer. I do use my crockpot.
    I enjoy your blog, thanks for sharing.
    Janice

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  2. Janice, I make meatloaf just as I would normally but instead of putting it in the oven to cook, I shape it and set it inside my crockpot. I pour some bbq sauce over it and let it cook on low for about 6 hours (this is for a 2lb meat loaf, if yours is smaller it may take less time).

    Crystal :)

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  3. Crystal, I just have to say thank you for being so willing to share so many of your great recipes. I have found so many that I love. Just yesterday I made Nachos for a Crowd and we loved them. They were so good! It made a big enough pan we can have leftovers for lunch today. I love that your recipes are from scratch and frugal too. I too am learning about Nourishing Traditions, so I appreciate reading about some of your ventures with that as well.
    Thank you so much,
    Rashel

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  4. Thank you so much for your menu's. There are times when I am at a loss as to what to make. I come to your blog and let your menu's inspire me.
    Katie
    www.glutenfreefoodstorage.net

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  5. I love your site. I was wondering if you can share why you don't soak your brown rice. In your recipe you had found out why you don't need to anymore but didn't say what you had found. I would love to know. Thanks for your recipes. I love your bosch bread recipe.

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