My weekly Supper Menu- Weekly Menu Plans

Monday: We had fried Chicken, mac n cheese, green beans Tuesday: Spaghetti w/ a salad Wednesday: Hot Dogs ( it's New Years Eve & where having some friends over and doing hot dogs and roasting Marshmallows) Thursday: Hamburgers and fries (grilling out with family) Friday: Shake N Bake

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    Default My weekly Supper Menu

    Monday: We had fried Chicken, mac n cheese, green beans

    Tuesday: Spaghetti w/ a salad

    Wednesday: Hot Dogs ( it's New Years Eve & where having some friends over and doing hot dogs and roasting Marshmallows)

    Thursday: Hamburgers and fries (grilling out with family)

    Friday: Shake N Bake Pork Chops W/ Baked potatoes

    Saturday: Beef Stew over egg noodles

    Sunday: Digiorno Stuffed Crust frozen Pizza w/ Salad

    I try to keep it simple.


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    simple works! LOL! good menu! have you ever tried to make your own breading mix for the pork chops?

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    Oh, South Carolina! No wonder you're grilling! Wish I could grill this time of year. It's snowing here right now. No real accumulation, but it is COLD!
    I am SO looking forward to "empty-nest syndrome"!

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    No, I've never tried to make my own breading mix. I'm not good and homemade stuff I'd love to learn though!


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    Oh, South Carolina! No wonder you're grilling! Wish I could grill this time of year.
    I thought the exact same thing then had to check on location, lol.
    Grilling in January would be great, but I think I would be froze before I even got the grill lit.

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    ask and you shall receive
    Homemade Breading Mix
    2 c. crushed cracker crumbs or bread crumbs
    1/4 c. flour
    3 tbsp. paprika
    2 tsp. sugar
    2 tsp. onion
    1/4 tsp. oregano
    1/4 tsp. garlic powder
    this is great for chicken or pork chops!

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    Thanks for the great tip Mos -Bobbi -NE

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    Now girls grilling in snow is FUN .. Have to admit much easier with the gas grill vs the reg charcoal (even if I think the taste is NOT the same)

    Turkey is fantastic in the grill, Bert does it in Nov and sometimes Dec, sometimes if we get a good deal after the holidays we do it again Jan/Feb/Mar.

    I am not a fan of turkey however it is sooo good in the grill. I will try to worm out how he does it if anyone is interested

    Guys will generally grill, you don't have to stay out there all the time especially if its a turkey hint hint ..

    Ria

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