Menu for April 27-May 02, 2009

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This week I’m preparing for the vegetarian food swap I organized. There are five families participating, so I’m really hoping to not have to cook much at all next week. This week, however, I’m a slave to my kitchen. Here’s what’s cookin’:

Breakfast
Cottage Cheese/Greek Yogurt, Fruit, and Green Smoothies

Lunch/Dinner
ALTs and Salad and Homemade Hummus (Didn’t get around to making the hummus last week, but as soon as I get more tahini, it’s ON!)
Leftover Minestrone Soup and Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Pasta with Fresh Basil Pesto and Broccoli and Cauliflower Sformatino
Asparagus Soup with Cream and Homemade Bread
Breakfast for Dinner: Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches with Fresh Fruit and Cottage Cheese
Quinoa, Spinach, and Feta Corn Chowder and Homemade Bread (This is the dish I’m contributing to the food swap!)
Homemade Pizza and Salad

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3 thoughts on “Menu for April 27-May 02, 2009

  1. Eva Jones says:

    Oh snap! That sounds good!!

  2. Hey – Thanks so much for joining in at the Chive Talkin Menu Plan Blog Roll! It is my desire to have lots of menu plans to inspire healthful, local, seasonal eating. You do a great job with your menus… and the FOOD SWAP! What an awesome idea… can’t wait to hear how it turns out. The chowder sounds fab. Please join in again next week and spread the word.

  3. Jenn says:

    If you’re lookin for something different I make this all the time:
    artichoke hearts
    asparagus
    parm cheese
    little bit of garlic
    lemon juice
    butter or marg.
    melt butter or marg.
    in a bowl mix asparagus, artichokes, cheese, and garlic. Pour butter over and mix. Bake at 400 till asparagus is tender. I don’t have any actual measurements I just kind of throw and toss. I hope ya like it:)

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