Monday, April 5, 2010

Weekly Menu 4/5 - 4/9/10

I hope everyone had a lovely weekend. We went out of town for Easter so all the cooking was in my sister's hands & oh, did she feed us well. City ham for dinner with sweet potato crisp & roasted vegetables for dinner & then the next day breakfast casserole, sweet rolls, waffles & fruit. Here's a few scenes from the fun.
Drop a little ham my wayDavid likes his frosting
Laughing BunnyEaster Breakfast
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On to Menu Planning Monday...

Risotto with Kale & Bacon

Steak Fajitas

Roast or barbecued chicken (depending on the weather)

Saffron Fish Stew with White Beans

Pistachio Crust Pork Chops - from Stacey Snacks

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4 comments:

Lo said...

Looks like you guys had a great weekend. Was good of you to remember to take some pictures of the festivities. I think we were having too much fun... I never bothered to take out the camera, so we missed all sorts of great stuff (including a fabulous Grande Marnier cheesecake with chocolate glaze... bah!!)

Casey Angelova said...

It is lovely when you have people to give you a break in the kitchen. I am resting to day from having entertained over 10 people during the Easter holiday. I made a ham and actually brined it myself, which was a first. Your dinner this week sounds quite tasty.

Lori said...

Looks like you had a great Easter Kat. Oh and yummy too!

Michelle said...

I know we would be looking forward to the Steak Fajitas and the Pistachio Crust Pork Chops! Wonderful menu planning!!

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