It is so hard to believe that we are just over a week from Christmas. The time seems to be going so quick, and I'm no where near done with my Christmas baking. I know how I will be spending several evenings this week, makes me want to keep my menu simple - not necessarily making it quick, but low maintenance items, so that I can accomplish other things while dinner is being made.
I learned something about my son this weekend, he doesn't like grilled cheese, but if you call it a Panini, he will eat it. Twice this weekend for lunch, he had a cheese and pepperoni panini. I always use a grill pan for panini, the first day, I used a panini press; the second day, I just pressed on it with my spatula. I guess I shouldn't be surprised that the difference is what you call it. When he was younger, he lost interest and would fight taking a nap...so, he recharged each day, in his room, with the lights down and the cd player playing his bedtime disc, and recharging frequently resulted in sleeping.
local favorite Mexican
French Bread Pizza
Parmesan Crusted Tilapia
Pork Chops and mashed potatoes
Spaghetti and meat sauce (or maybe Spaghetti and Meatballs, if I prep)
Pierogie and Eggs
During the week, breakfast is usually a bowl of cereal or oatmeal. Lunches are either the hot lunch from school or packed lunches for the kids. My husband and I have leftovers, frozen meals or sandwiches.
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