Monday, September 15, 2008

Menu Plan Monday And A Sweet Project



HAPPY MONDAY!!




Wanted to showcase a great meal we had last week: the turkey meatloaf. It was delicious and easy to prepare! I could not stop myself from having several helpings. If you like meatloaf, this is one recipe to try. It calls for green peppers, and seeing as both my hubby and I really don't care for green peppers, I will delete those from the recipe when I make it again. And I think the next time I will add some mushrooms, which I love!

This weeks menu:

MONDAY: breakfast for dinner: sausage quiche
TUESDAY: tacos - hard and soft
WEDNESDAY: brisket with potato salad, baked beans
THURSDAY: Fiesta Chicken - another crockpot recipe (which I love!)
FRIDAY: we are going to finally try this: pizza casserole. I have had it on my week's menu before, and something always comes up and I haven't made it yet. It looks delish!

It may be hard to tell, but I have linked several of the above recipes. Some of you have asked for a certain recipe, and if you see it highlighted, then it is linked to that particular recipe - just click it and it should come up.

I have a little project I am going to be working on this week. It is the candy corn garland that Ms. Susie Harris features on one of my most favorite blogs, Bienvenue. My kiddos are so excited about helping me make this and I know it'll be so much fun to look at. I will post pictures of it after I'm done. What an inexpensive way to add a "sweet" touch of whimsy to the kitchen chandy!



Speaking of Susie Harris, if you visit her, please send her your sweet thoughts and prayers. She has had a lot to deal with after all of this Hurricane mess, and I know she could use a little encouragement from you right now. Thank you friends, I appreciate each and every one of you!


13 comments:

blessed mama said...

Cute candy corn idea! I am going to steal it!

Susie Harris said...

Thank you~ Your sweetness is one reason why I love to blog. Hope you have fun making your garland. Let me know when you are done so I can take a peek.... take care my sweet friend!

Kathi said...

Your candy corn garland is so cute and festive. I hopped over from Rhonda's blog. I'm Kathi and happy to meet you. Thank you for posting your menu. I was fresh out of ideas so I'm going to make the crock pot chicken. Have a great rest of the day, Kathi

The Peterson family said...

very fun candy corn idea... i love browsing your blog with your menu and great ideas!!! Much care,

Sue said...

Such cute candy corn garland. What a great idea and a fun thing for the grand kids to do.
Hugs,
Sue

Michelle said...

I'm so theiving the candy corn garland idea!! So cute!! :)

Thanks!
Michelle

PAT said...

Candy Corn garland is a fun idea!

I like your menu, too.

Hipmomofboyz said...

That has to be about the cutest thing I have seen. I love it......I might have to make me one for my chandelier.

Ashley Griffin said...

Love the candy corn garland. I am always looking for things to do with my kids.

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Sassy,
Thanks for the recipe links. The crockpot chicken looks like one I might want to try!

Love the candy corn garland!
Diane

Ashley Griffin said...

okay, you asked on my blog WHAT exactly I am doing? Yes, I am going to the gym 3 days a week for a step/sculpt class. I am also going to Hi-Energy weight loss center here where I live. The program is very easy and simple to follow. Grocery store food only. No buying pre packed food. No counting points. No keeping up with calories or fat grams or converting this to that...very simple and effective. After you reach your goal it doesn't stop there. You go to a maintenance program so that you don't gain it all back. If you can keep it off for 1 year, 1 year after loosing, you will more than likely never ever gain it back again. I am almost halfway to my goal!

sandra/tx said...

Great meal ideas, Sass. I've been wanting to do a candy corn garland. I just gotta keep people from eating the candy corn first! :-)

Sandy Toes said...

What a great idea to do with candy corn...I love it! Wow! It amazes me what people do with simple items and make them into amazing decorative items!
-Sandy Toes

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It is to have no trouble.
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To wonder at nothing that is done to me,
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