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    Default Menu 1/5 -1/11

    Meals for 2

    Monday
    lunch raman soup & pimento cheese sandwich
    supper bowling night - eat out -Hardees thickburger (have a bogo coupon)
    Tuesday
    lunch homemade veggie soup(from freezer) fried cornbread
    supper myo chicken helper (use leftover turkey from freezer) corn on cob,
    apple and carrot salad
    Wednesday
    lunch Wendy's $1 menu - shopping day
    supper spagetti and turkey meatballs, salad, garlic bread (save some sauce
    for pizza)
    Thursday
    lunch english muffin pizzas
    supper lemon pepper mai mai, brown rice primavera, pimento stuffed celery,
    (if no pimento cheese left, use carrot sticks and ranch dressing)
    Friday
    lunch turkey burgers
    supper chili(from freezer)w/mexican corn bread
    Saturday

    lunch leftovers- chicken helper or spagetti (unless the kids have snagged
    them)
    supper grilled marinated sirloin steak, garlic potatoes, salad
    Sunday
    lunch Asian sesame chicken, cheese and broccoli rice (leftover from freezer)
    string beans
    supper any leftovers from the week or on your own with sandwich, cereal, or
    whatever you find.
    Niddi

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    Looking at others list gives me ideas thanks!

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    Wow, I wish I could get my family to eat pimentos! I love 'em, they hate 'em. And Hardees? I wish we still had a Hardess around here! The only time I get to eat there is when we go to Waynesburg to pick up our daughter from school!

    I've never heard of Fried Cornbread. How do you make that? Is it anything like Hushpuppies?
    I am SO looking forward to "empty-nest syndrome"!

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    fried cornbread is just a made up thing my MIL taught me. Instead of heating up your oven, when you just want a little bit or cornbread to go with a bowl of soup or something fry it in a small pan on top of your stove with just a bit of oil, kind of like a pancake and flip when one side is done. I don't really have a recipe, I usually just use about a cup of cornmeal, salt&pepper, 1 egg and milk (or water if I'm low on milk) and mix it up the consistency of pancake batter, this will make about 3 fried. I've even done it without the egg before.
    Niddi

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    Niddi ,
    Your fried cornbread sounds really good. MIL are great for hand me down recips.
    JoAnn
    "Joy is not in things. It is within us"

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    we do cornbread pancakes .. use reg recipe for cornbread and add a bit more liquid ..

    Its great with melted peanut butter LOL

    Ria

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    or jam! great staple and a filling addition to most meals! good job Niddi, but watch out for all of that fat in Hardee's meals! I do have a weakness for the Jalapeno burger...

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