Meal Plan Monday!

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This is the week before I have to back down to the base, so I want to really COOK and get it out of my system. I’ll be stove-less for a whole week, so I want to do meals that are delicious and fun to make. Being over the stove most of the week won’t effect me that much, but I’ll get a few things done on monday, so I don’t have to be over the stove everyday.

Monday: Filet Mignon with mashed potatoes and carrots
Tuesday: turkey sausage with peppers and onions
Wednesday: Chicken adobo with rice and peas
Thursday: homemade hamburger helper with sweet corn
Friday: Garlic cheesy bread! *slurp* With an italian tossed salad
Saturday: Off to my cousin’s surprise party at the lake. Plenty of food to eat all day!
Sunday: Slow cooker peachy chicken with garlicky green beans

Dessert of the week: Peach cobbler
Bread of the week: Chocolate buttermilk bread(similar to pumpernickel)

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  1. 7.27.09
    Anonymous said:

    I have a question for you: How do you store your homemade bread so that it doesn’t dry out? I really love your blog.


  2. 7.27.09

    Friday sounds divine – I love garlicky bread!

  3. 7.27.09
    Amiyrah said:


    I did, stupidly, buy those bread bags from the creator of the green bags. Then, one day, I realized that my bag wasn’t clean and I didn’t feel like washing it. I used a gallon sized freezer bag instead. Worked like a charm. Homemade bread needs to be eaten with in 5 days or so, so if it takes you longer than that to get through a loaf, cut the loaf in half, and put the other half in the fridge or freezer until you need it.