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    So what is for dinner this week?




    On my menu:

    The chicken enchiladas with avacado sauce
    Western Bacon Cheeseburgers with potato salad (that was tonight, I am STUFFED)
    Garlic Chicken
    Crock Pot Roast in Red Sauce
    Buttermilk Fried chicken
    Steak and beans
    Hungryman's casserole

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    Re: So what is for dinner this week?




    That is 1 weeks worth of food?! I make everything last at least 2 nights, or I hope to when I cook so I only make 3 or 4 dishes each week. Guess with the size of your family you don't get leftovers huh? Lol

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    Re: So what is for dinner this week?




    My menu for next week isn't made yet but hubby's bday is tomorrow so I will be making manicotti or stuffed shells per request. Pork chops and sour kraut r on my to do list soon too. Shopping tomorrow so will have more planned then.

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    Re: So what is for dinner this week?




    Last night I made my "favorite potato salad" recipe.
    I plan to make bbq country style ribs in the crockpot and, I want to try that garlic bread that Lisa posted to go with it.

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    Re: So what is for dinner this week?




    Hubby isnt a fan of ribs much (too messy) so I never make them. sad they are a fav of mine. Think I should make some soon for the heck of it. My grandpa made THE best ribs EVER when we were little and nobody can recreate them. Very sad.

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    Re: So what is for dinner this week?




    @cali~jenn, to eliminate the messy ness of ribs, I just put the country style ribs in a crockpot, dump a bottle of your favorite bbq sauce, and cook on low for 7-8 hours. Then, you sort of "shred" the meat off the bones, eat on some buns or with whatever side you'd like (i suggest potato salad ), and that's it. No mess 'cuz you eat w/a fork!

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    Re: So what is for dinner this week?




    Quote Originally Posted by cali baker View Post
    @cali~jenn, to eliminate the messy ness of ribs, I just put the country style ribs in a crockpot, dump a bottle of your favorite bbq sauce, and cook on low for 7-8 hours. Then, you sort of "shred" the meat off the bones, eat on some buns or with whatever side you'd like (i suggest potato salad ), and that's it. No mess 'cuz you eat w/a fork!
    ooh... might be makin that. sounds easy and YUMMY! He would love it too so that is perfect. Now to watch the sales. Making pork chops and sauerkraut tonight. Havent had it in at least 20 years sadly. hubby wont eat pork chops much and never sauerkraut. Will give it a go for me and the girls tonight tho. YUM!

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