Sunday, August 21, 2011

Eating good in the neighborhood.

You guys are dying to know what we eat for dinner right? Okay, great. Well, here's the general master list. I typed it up so I no longer had to walk through Trader Joe's and the grocery store wondering what the heck to buy. Usually our shopping trips are  like an old-school episode of Supermarket Sweep. I just try to keep the kids from hurting anyone, getting lost, and not embarrassing me too badly while throwing some crap in the cart running 100 miles an hour with sweat on my brow. Moving cart= no kids jumping out and touching stuff. Or grabbing boxes of adult diapers and asking if we need these in front of other surprised patrons. Oopsies.  But now, I've got a list.  Here's what we're shoving in our pie holes for dinner each night. And, shout out to Mike before I post, he cooks A LOT! Yet another reason to be jealous ladies. :)

Also, if you are into this kind of stuff, we eat about 25-30% organic, rarely eat dinners out of bags or boxes, and dinner is generally my most healthy meal. Breakfast and lunch is when I get down with my bad self. We also go out for dinner about once a week. So, there's the low down. Are you still awake?

Pioneer Woman’s spicy beans and cornbread
Pioneer Woman’s pork sandwiches with cilantro-jalapeno slaw
Pioneer Woman’s make ahead melt muffins, biscuits and gravy, breakfast for dinner
Shrimp with angel hair pasta
Chicken tortilla soup
Chicken and noodles
BLT sandwiches
Dirty rice
Vegetable beef soup
Pot roast
Chicken mushrooms rice
Chicken stir-fry
Cajun fish sandwiches
Barbq salmon
Hamburgers & homemade steak fries
Chinese food /egg rolls
Stuffed shells
Spaghetti & bread
Chicken apple sausages
Hot and sweet chicken drumsticks
Pork loin
Porch chops
Barbq chicken
Steak salads
Buffalo chicken sandwiches
Grilled cheese / tomato soup
Quinoa with chicken and peppers
Chicken rotel casserole
Caesar chicken salad sandwiches
Mexican pizzas
Homemade pizza

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