21 January 2011

Menu of the Week

bread, stir-fry, angel

Howdy! Here's what we're eating for dinner this week:

No Knead Bread + fresh mozarella + tomatoes—I have been craving this bread hard since reading this.

Chicken stir-fry wraps

Easy Sole Meunier + brown rice + roasted broccoli— I used Tilapia instead of Sole.

Homemade Pizza—toppings: pesto, red onion, artichoke hearts, red pepper. You're going to see that pizza is a weekly standby.

Zuppa Toscana + Caesar Salad

Dessert: Angel Food Cake—this isn't the recipe I use, but it looks good.

What are you eating this week? If you're posting your own weekly menu ideas, please link to it in the comments. I could always always used more ideas for dinner.

Image 1: Miranda Walker, Image 2 & 3: Martha Stewart


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9 comments:

Cassie said...

Oh your weekly menu round-ups are really making me hungry and desperate to run out to the supermarket to get cooking!

I am now thinking bread, moz and toms -yum, yum.

Hope you have a tasty weekend!
xx

Amanda said...

love love homemade pizza! i made it yesterday and loved it!

Hannah said...

We make our meals around our produce co-op. Tacos and homemade pasta are a sure bet this week. As is pasta. As soon as I'm done with my cleanse, I think I'll play along with your weekly menu posts. They are so helpful!

Emily said...

Your menu sounds delicious and I am impressed by your organization... I have tried to plan ahead before but always fail- you make me want to give it another shot :)

Staci said...

Added a menu side bar to my blog... But don't hold me to it.

Emily and Jaime at Everyday Art said...

Love your no-knead bread picture. LOVE it. sounds like a yummy week. :)

Emily and Jaime at Everyday Art said...

Here's our weekly menu: http://our-everyday-art.blogspot.com/2011/01/whats-for-dinner_23.html

Ngan R. said...

Hi. Saw your post about the menu and I tried the chicken stir fry in lettuce cup recipe--OMG it was delicious and so easy. Thanks for sharing! Btw, served it with this recipe: http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/lighter-sesame-noodles. They were so good together! Did I mention so easy to make?

Miranda said...

@Ngan, I'm so glad you liked it! It is definitely a fave around here. I'll be sure to try it with the recipe you shared next time. Thanks for the tip!

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