Monday, September 1, 2008

Weekly Menu - 9/1 -9/6/08

I can't believe its September already. This summer has just flown by. Some of our leaves are starting to turn colors & we are beginning to winterize the house. We know living in Minnesota winter will come a lot quicker than we think. At least winter means lots of yummy soups & stews in front of the fireplace.
#236 - EAT

On to Menu Planning Monday...

Citrus Chile Pork Tenderloin with creamed cipollini onions & radish greens - RESULT - The best pork tenderloin Matt has done on the grill yet.

Southwestern Grilled Chicken Salad

Grown-up Mac & Cheese - Its going to drop into the 60's this week so I can start making this favorite again.

Barbecued Beef Brisket with Zucchini Gratin

Pizza with Blue Cheese, Fontina, Caramelized Onions & either peaches or pears

This week's cupcake will be chocolate zucchini with cream cheese frosting (I have a lot of zucchini to get through).

We'll also be making Watermelon & Basil Sorbet & my grandmother's Refrigerator Pickles this week.


Unknown said...

MMMmmmmm....looks VERY yum. Can I come over for cupcakes?? :)

Anonymous said...

everything looks awesome. I planned my menu a few weeks ago thinking it might still be warm come to find out we will have some 60 days also. Maybe I will change it up a little bit!

everything sounds great. I have grown up mac on my to do list this month also

Tara said...

60 degrees, huh? This is the time of year when we Phoenicians get our revenge! The grown-up mac & cheese sounds great, by the way - may need to give that a try when it finally cools off here.

Renee said...

The mac & cheese and pizza both sound fantastic. I'm also thrilled that the weather is finally cooling off somewhat so I can start cooking some of our favorite meals that are just not right for summer.

Anonymous said...

Wow...I don't envy the upcoming winter...but the fireplace sounds lovely. :) Great menu plan, btw.

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