Weekly Menu Plan – September 27, 2009

Can you believe that it is the last week of September and October 1, 2009 is Thursday?  Where in the world did this year go?  It certainly didn’t feel like fall here this week.  It was so humid we had to turn our A/C back on.  Tonight however, it is glorious out.  So cool & almost crisp!  It smells like fall! 

Update on the pumpkin shortage – I found large cans of pumpkin at Meijer today.  They were the store brand, though, not Libby’s.  I have a friend here in Columbus who found some at Kroger, but they were going fast.

Cheryl at Gluten-free Goodness is hosting this week’s Gluten-free Menu Swap with a vegetarian theme.  I have been loving my vegetarian meals lately.  Here are some of my favorites:  Honey Baked Lentils, Cocoa Coconut Chili, and the Mexican Pizzas I am making on Wednesday.  

Onto the menu.  This week is the last week before hockey starts.  Evaluations are this weekend and then the craziness begins.

Sunday ~ Rotisserie Chicken (Lemon Herb), mashed garlic potatoes (Aaron’s specialty), steamed green beans & salad

Monday ~ Burgers (beef or turkey), baked fries or pan-fried potatoes, broccoli & salad

Tuesday ~ Mexican night.  Tacos or Mexican Pizzas, refried beans, corn & salad

Wednesday ~ Spaghetti with marinara (Marinutta for me) & veggies (eggplant & zucchini) & salad

Thursday ~ Herb roasted pork loin, roasted squash, sugar snap peas & salad

Friday ~ Pizza night and salad

Saturday ~ Leftovers

Baked Goods

Pumpkin Raisin Bread

Pumpkin Cookies

Pamela’s Bread


Information on the 22nd Annual Celiac Conference in Columbus.


Hope you all have a great week!  Enjoy fall!




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7 Responses

  1. Definitely fall weather here!!

    Mmm, that Mexican pizza sounds particularly delish.

  2. just grabbed my ed&bv, and I’m so sold. Thanks for the thought, and I think I know what we’re having saturday night!

  3. […] of Gluten free is life includes some of her favorite vegetarian dishes, including a Cocoa-coconut chili recipe from […]

  4. Pumpkin raisin bread sounds divine!


    Stop by and check out Free 2 Be Frugal sometime.


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