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    New here but thought I would jump right in-

    Here is my menu for the rest of the month (have recipes if anyone is interested)

    4- Pizza (homemade), Dessert is Chocolate rolls (both the crust and the rolls I have to try and report on)

    5- Cheeseburger Soup

    6- Pinto beans & Mexican Cornbread (school night so DH cooks)

    7- Chicken Rice and Green Beans

    8- Smoked Sausage Jambalaya*

    9- Poverty meal*and Bread (school night so DH cooks)

    10- Poor Man's Perogies

    11-Nacho Potato Soup

    12- Chili with crackers

    13- Tatertot/fry Casserole and Califlower w/cheese (school/dh)

    14- BBQ Cowboy Beans*and Cornbread

    15- Chicken Tortellini Soup and Bread

    16- Biscuit Pizza Bake (school/dh)

    17- Chicken Pot Pie Lasagna*and Garlic Bread

    18-(breakfast for supper) - Biscuits, Smoked Sausage or Bacon, Gravy and Eggs

    19-Wonderful beans*

    20- Chicken Tortilla Soup (school - crockpot/dh)

    21-Crescent Taco Casserole*

    22-Salisbury Steak* Mashed potatoes, Peas and Bread

    23-Pinto beans & Mexican Cornbread (school night so DH cooks)

    24-Broccoli Cheese Soup and Bread

    25-Chicken Fried Rice

    26-Chili with crackers


    27-Burrito Casserole (school/dh) *

    28- Poor Man’s Perogies

    29-Poor Woman’s Soup*

    30- Chicken & Biscuit Casserole *

    31- 15 bean soup and crackers


    Notes- *=not tried but looks promising
    I have school on Monday and Thursday nights so my DH cooks those nights, I plan items that are very easy or that he feels comfortable making.
    I only plan for suppers, DH takes leftovers for lunch and I did too until I lost my job Friday, I will eat leftovers at home tho.

    Hope this helps someone

    MF_Princess

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    I would like the recipe for (Poor Man's Perogies). My DH loves Perogies, likes them boiled then saute' in pan with onions. Like to try something different. I make home made ones at least twice a year but they take quiet a time to do them.
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    I have been using this one so long that I have changed it several times. My son adores this dish and begs for it when the weather starts getting cold. Since it is SO cheap I do not mind at all.

    Poor Man's Perogies

    12 Lasagna Noodles

    ½ cup chicken broth

    ½ cup sour cream

    2 TBSP butter (or Butter buds)

    4 large onions diced

    1 lb Velveeta

    1 lb Parmesan cheese grated

    Salt and pepper to taste



    Sauté onions in chicken broth until tender. Cook noodles as directed on the package. Boil potatoes until tender.

    Cube cheese. After potatoes are cooked add cheese, sour cream, butter, and mash well, do not add any liquid. In a 9x13 pan layer onions, noodles, potatoes, repeat ending with mashed potatoes. Top with parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes. Cut into squares and serve hot.



    my notes: I use 1 large onion, 1/4-1/2 lb of melty cheese, maybe 1/2 cup of Parmesan cheese. Sometimes I add cheddar cheese and bacon pieces too, I also use bowtie pasta instead of lasanga noodles and sometimes I saute the onion in the bacon drippings for more flavor.

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    Poor Man's Perogies
    Sounds really good-Thanks for posting this one.
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    You are very welcome.

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    I am impressed. I am a firm believer in a plan, and you have a great one!! I would love the recipes for "Wonderful Beans" and "Poverty Supper"
    Thanks
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    Shelly I will post these as soon as I can.
    I don't have them on the computer. I cooked all day and am beat.

    Thanks so much
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    Can you post your cheeseburger soup recipe? I shop once a month only and freeze milk and make our own bread. Your menus looked almost like mine!

    thanks!

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