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This Week in the FishKitchen


Over the last couple weeks, the grocery store sales have enabled me not only to stock up on some great bargains, but also to experiment a little in the cooking department. Some dinners were homeruns, others, like my jambalaya which was delicious, did not go over well with the younger set. I’ve got a handful of picky eaters, and that’s gotta stop — someday.

In the meantime, I’ll plug along, hoping that they’ll like some of my new concoctions.

Here’s what’s on the menu this week:
Hamburgers, Fruit Salad, French Fries
Lasagna, Green Salad, Garlic Bread
Beans and Rice with Toppings
Shredded Chicken Soft Tacos*, Beans and Rice, Green Salad
Chimichangas, Fruit Salad
Pasta with Homemade Red Sauce, Green Salad, Corn Muffins
Pizza, Salad

What do you got cooking this week?

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  1. Your whole menu sounds good! We like chimichangas, too. I used to crisp them in the oven, but now use the skillet or grill pan. Either way, it's a step up from regular burritos.

  2. "One," yes one boiled, baked, or grilled boneless skinless chicken breast, when shredded can make:
    Two homemade chicken pot pies
    Enough chicken salad for 4 large chicken salad sandwhiches on croisants
    A small casserole of chicken and rice
    Many chicken, cheese , jalepeno casa dias.
    A small pot of chicken, noodle, vegetable soup.
    A large pan of lemon , chicken fettuccini
    5 to 6 large skinless chicken breasts = a weeks + worth of delicious meals.
    Total cost for chicken and ingredients about $25.00,
    though I can usually do better than that with sales and coupons!

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