Whats For Dinner Next Week 1-6-13

Happy New Year everyone! Wow can you believe that a new year is here already, it is going to be an awesome year and I am very excited to share it with all of you.  When we begin a new year it is sometimes a time of reflection and a time of goal setting or making resolutions. One of the goals that I have for this year is to mentor a group of young homemakers in food and budget planning.  As that project gets underway I will be sharing some of those tips with all of you. We better get to our Menu, before it's time to go to the market.


Swiss Roast

Mashed Potatoes
Crisp Green Salad
Cottage Bread

Chocolate Cake


Homemade Tortilla's
Pico de Adame
Left Over
Chocolate Cake


Green Salad
Crisp Garlic Bread


Winter Vegetable Soup
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Left Over Cookies and Jello


Mashed Cauliflower
Baked Pita Chips
Vanilla Pudding

Italian Salad Platter   at Healthy Living Awaits Real Health Real Food Real Living
Santa Maria Style Tri Tip  at The Cookbook Project
Cream Cheese Scalloped Potatoes  at   I Heart Eating
Scalloped Pineapple  at Picture Perfect Cooking

Surf and Turf
Baked Sweet Potato
Green Salad
Herb Rolls
Chocolate Sundae

It was so good to spend time with you today and I look forward to seeing you again real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen 
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  1. Hi there Miz Helen! I have to get back to scouring my favorite foodie blogs and playing along again. I've become lazy in the kitchen, that needs to change. I did add a link to this week's Full Plate Thursday. Here's to a Happy New Year! :)

  2. I always love your menus, - I think Im going to try the Cream Cheese Scalloped Potatoes! yum!
    Have a great weekend!

  3. Here's a recap of my first week of meal planning.

  4. Lovely menu Miz Helen, sesame cookies look great. Have a great day!

  5. Delicious looking menu! The beans look really yummy. Have a nice week!

  6. I MUST make those sesame seed cookies for my Husband!!! He is 4th generation here in the US but 100% Italian (makes his own pasta with his Grandma's pasta crank / machine) and he LOVES sesame seeds!! Thanks for sharing this!

  7. What a creative twist on your pot roast! It reminds me of good old swiss steak, which I haven't had in forever, I need to make it soon.

    Great line up this week Miz Helen. Take care and have an awesome week! : )


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