GOOD MORNING! Grabbing a cup of coffee and some of you have emailed me asking for my weekly menu for the 6 of us.........so here goes:
MON 2/16/09 Rotisserie Chicken (The chickens at Publix are $1.09/lb this week. I seasoned mine with Season-All;Lemon Pepper and Garlic Salt. After about 1 hour of cooking, I took a knife and pierced several parts of chicken.. Then I poured white wine over it and let cook about 45 minutes longer. YUM!! Served with mashed potatoes and corn.
TUE: 2/17/09 Manwich, tater tots and peach slices
WED: 2/18/09 Sausage and Potato Bake from $5 Meals
THUR: 2/19/09 Spaghetti and Meatballs, caesar salad, garlic bread
FRI 2/20/09 Meatball Hoagies, chips, pickle, chocolate chip cookie
SAT 2/21/09 Salmon fillets (We baste ours with Miracle Whip, season with paprika and place
on grill, grilled vegies (in double foil, layer potato slices, onion slices, zuchini and squash slices. Pour a little olive oil over vegies and season with Season All, Lemon Pepper and Garlic Salt. Close up aluminum and make like a "packet". Place on grill until vegies are soft), rice pilaf
SUN 2/22/09 Burgers and dogs on the grill. (Serve with chili and saurkraut for hot dogs); fries
ENJOY! Also today, let's all swish the toilets in our home! Little snippets of cleaning can keep your whole home clean without taking oodles of time! My favorite inspirational website for housecleaning is flylady.net. Another good one is organizedhome.com
PROVERBS 21:20 "IN THE HOUSE OF THE WISE ARE STORES OF CHOICE FOOD AND OIL, BUT A FOOLISH MAN DEVOURS ALL HE HAS..."
FOOTNOTE taken from Life Application Study Bible: " This proverb is about saving for the future. Easy credit has many people living on the edge of bankruptcy. The desire to keep up and accumulate more pushes them to spend every penny they earn, and they stretch their credit to the limit. But anyone who spends all he has is spending more than he can afford. A wise person puts money aside for when he or she may have less. GOD APPROVES OF FORESIGHT AND RESTRAINT. God's people need to examine their life-styles to see whether their spending is God-pleasing or merely self-pleasing...."
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