Tonight ... leftovers! And, we have at least a single serving or more of each of these to choose from:
Beef Stroganoff and some peas, or
Meatloaf and some peas, or
Southern Style Country Steak and a serving of mashed potatoes, or
Spaghetti & Meatballs, which I threw together one evening using my typical basic sauce such as I used in this recipe (minus the shrimp, Cajun seasoning and switched the red bell pepper to some green bell pepper) and then I added some premade meatballs, courtesy of my Angel Food Ministries box, or
One broccoli stuffed and breaded chicken breast also courtesy of one of my Angel Food Ministries boxes. Course hubby ain't gonna touch that broccoli with a 10 foot pole! (least not on purpose)
Not a bad menu, eh? But there's always sandwiches too if none of that appeals to the hubs. And, me thinks this is enough to get through Sunday and heck, possibly even part of Monday too to get the fridge cleaned and all the leftovers eaten. With the economy the way it is, and money tight, sounds like a plan to me!
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Saturday, November 8, 2008
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