This week, our meal plan is based on eating out of our Pantry and Freezer. We have a ton of Chicken that needs to be used up to make room.
I, by no means, should be considered somekind of fabulous cook, and my cooking style isn't etched in stone. Over the years, I have developed a "method" of cooking, that being fast, easy, what I have on hand and what taste good to my family, so I pretty much look at recipes as guide lines...guide lines for ingredients that work well together.
So, outside of baking, my recipes are simply suggestions for foods and ingredients that my family will eat and I have found work well for us. That being said, I encourage you to mix it up! Add ingredients, remove ingredients, refine my suggestions to your own taste. And, if you want to share your delish creation, please leave a comment or email me, I would be thrilled to try and share your versions of my suggestions. The best recipes are the ones that look, smell and taste good to you, and ones that the people you are feeding will actually eat. So run with it :)
- Pan Fried Trout
- Wild Rice
- Corn on the Cob
- Chicken with Creamy Gravy - recipe from Frugal and Fabulous
- Acorn Squash from the Garden - our first this year!
- Pizza Nite!!
- Left Over Round Up - Yeehaww!
- BBQ Country Style Pork Ribs - cooked in our Electric Pressure Cooker, I will try to remember to take photos and post a tutorial for this awesome cooking device :)
- Corn Casserole
- Garden Green Beans