It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Menu Monday

Monday: Layered Meatloaf, Broccoli Gribiche

Tuesday: Wild Rice Casserole, lentil-beet salad

Wednesday: Chicken Cacciatore, biscuits

Thursday: Sesame noodles, carrot salad

Friday: Refrigerator Curry, rice

As always, if you want any of the recipes, I’m happy to provide them. The broccoli gribiche, sesame noodles, and wild rice casserole are all from Heidi Swanson‘s cookbook, super natural every day.

I’ve linked to Menu Plan Monday on OrgJunkie. (Which is one of my fave get-yourself-organized sites.)

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March 12, 2012 - Posted by | food

1 Comment »

  1. I must admit I’ve never much paid attention to food posts here (or on any blog really). I am not a foodie by any stretch of the imagination. But all of a sudden — food is very important to me. See — I have a toddler. A toddler who got very sick with the stomach flu/ear infection (#3) and was given Biaxin (the devil of antibiotics). He gave up the bottle. As in still screams if it’s in the same room as him (so I packed them up — sippys all the way!).

    Your recipes look awesome — he eats well at daycare — but my question is an amount thing. How much do they eat at this age (he’s 14 months)? What is a serving of noodles? How do I know if he’s eating enough? It was so much easier when he was still taking a bottle of formula at night (I knew it would “catch up” whatever nutrients he wasn’t eating). Sigh. Other than the first 2 weeks of life — this has been my most stressful month with him.

    Comment by Cindy | March 21, 2012 | Reply


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