Wordless Wednesday – Showing Love for Boston

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People gathered around an injured woman.

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A reminder that Middle East does not automatically mean “terrorist”.

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Even Yankees fans love Boston!

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From Chicago blogger Fitness at Home.



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Menu Monday – Week of March 18

Here’s what’s on the menu this week:

Egg Noodles with Ham & Peas – I found this recipe on the back of a package of Target brand wide egg noodles.  It’s almost a complete meal by itself, but I’ll serve salad too for an extra vegetable serving.

Spaghetti with Meat Sauce – I use a recipe I found online years ago but the link doesn’t work any more. It has italian sausage and ground beef, and it makes a ton. We eat it the second night over a different kind of noodle, usually elbow macaroni. The sauce thickens overnight in the fridge and with macaroni it’s almost like american goulash.

Campbell’s Kitchen Tasty Two-Step Pork Chops – Chris suggested this, it’s just bone-in Pork Chops browned in a little oil and then simmered with Campbell’s Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup. I’ll serve it with rice and green beans.

Crunchy Pan Fried Chicken – I wanted to do something new with chicken breasts, so I did a search and picked this one. The chicken is coated in self-rising cornmeal mix and pan fried. We let Kaitlyn pick frozen Arby’s Curly Fries for one of the sides :)

Really Easy Shepherd’s Pie – This is such comfort food! Since it already has meat, potatoes and veggies right in it, I serve the rest of the veggies not used in the dish on the side, plus crescent rolls.

So that’s what I’m making this week, how about you? If you did a Menu Monday-type post, feel free to link it up below. Or in the comments, share what you’re making for dinner this week!