Grocery Deals – Foodarama Texas – Week of March 12, 2014



Cabbage .25

Chicken breast 1.77

Tilapia 2.99

Broccoli Crowns .78

Iceberg lettuce .78\

Zucchini .78

green onions 3/$1

Cilantro 4/$1

Russet potatoes 3 lbs/$1

Guinness 6 pack 7.29

Heineken 6 pack 7.29

Parade vegetable oil 2/$5

Scott Extra Soft Toilet Paper 12 pack 4..99

Ensueno Fabric Softener 150 oz 2.99

Chicken leg quarters .88

Chicken breast tenders 1.88

Hillshire farms Deli Select lunchmeat 2.99

Hillshire farm smoked sausage 2/$5

Johnsonville Italian sausage/Bratwurst 3.99

Hillshire Farms Cocktail L’il Smokies 2.99

John Morrell Sliced Lunchmeats 2.77

Blue Ribbon Lil Smokies 2.50

El Monterrey single burritos 5/$5

Rath Sliced Bacon 2.99

Eckrich smoked sausage 2/$5

Armour Lunchmakers $1.00

Reser’s Potato Salad 1.77

3 Minut Quick Grits 1.29

Crystal Geyser water 128 oz .99

Planters Peanuts 12 oz 2.99

Borden Buttermilk Quart 1.25

New York Texas Garlic Toast/Bread Sticks 1.88

Yoplait Yogurt 2/$1

Yoplait Gogurt 8 pack 1.79

Chobani Yogurt .99

Tony Cacheres rice mix .99

Pioneer Brown Gravy Mix 4/$1

Pioneer Country Gravy Mix 2/.88

Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce 2/$3

Q&Q Vermicelli 4/$1

Herdez Salsa 1.35

Doguet’s Long grain rice 2 lb .99

Kraft Cocktail/Sweet & Sour/Tartar Sauces 1.59

Betty Crocker Specialty Potatoes .99

Victoria/Corona beer 6 pack 7.99

Nabisco Go packs 5/$5

Dr. Pepper products 6 pack .5 liter bottles 5/$10

Pepsi 1.5 liter .99

Dr. Pepper products 2 liter .99

Sun liquid Laundry detergent 1.88

Bailey’s Coffee Creamer 1.99

Kraft Cube Cheese 2/$5

Kraft chunk cheese 2.49

Kraft Cheese crumbles 2.49

Ruby Red Grapefruit 3/$1

Baby Carrots .99

lemons 4/$1

Texas oranges 3/$1

Tangelos 4/$1

Green Beans 1.28

Roma tomatoes .99

Spinach bunch .99

Avocados .68

Menu Plan Monday – March 10, 2014


I got a little side-tracked on my last meal plan. It is funny how I always forget when I am going out of town for a while. So, my last meal plan lasted a little longer than 2 weeks. I’m always excited to make a new one and to see what combinations I can come up with.

Day 1

Breakfast – English Muffin Split

Lunch – Grilled Green Chile Quesadillas – (Classic Rachel Ray cookbook?)

Dinner – Baked Fish Magnifique, Cauliflower with Red, Green and Black Confetti (Classic Rachel Ray Cokbook), Roasted Zucchini and Goat Cheese with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Day 2

Breakfast – Breakfast Potatoes

Lunch – Pizza Rollups

Dinner – Mexican Chicken, Mexican Tomato Rice and Beans, Tomato and Onion Salad (Southern Living magazine July 2005)

Day 3

Breakfast – Cherry Cheese Danish Cups

Lunch  and Dinner- Leftover Pizza Rollups and Leftover Mexican Chicken

Day 4

Breakfast – Leftover Cherry Cheese Danish Cups

Lunch – Corn Chowder with Chiles

Dinner -

Day 5

Breakfast – Spicy Mexican Omelet

Lunch and Dinner – Leftovers

Day 6

Breakfast – Hubby Makes Breakfast

Lunch – Sesame Chicken with Honey Dip

Dinner – Crab Stuffed Sole (Taste of Home Hearty Main Dish magazine), Beans with Parsley Sauce, Marinated Vegetable Salad

Snack – Black and White Angel Food Cake

Day 7

Breakfast – Hubby makes breakfast

Lunch and Dinner – Leftovers

Snack – Black and White Angel Food Cake

Day 8

Breakfast – Potato Tortilla (Classic Rachel Ray Cookbook)

Lunch – Butternut Squash Bisque

Dinner – Lemon Chicken, Wild Rica and Mushroom Casserole, Broccoli Squash Slaw (Southern Living Magazine July 2005)

DAy 9

Leftovers all day

Day 10

Breakfast – Bagel Breakfast Sandwich

Lunch – Chicken Salad Veronique

Dinner – Why the Chicken Crossed the Road Santa Fe-tastic Soup, Artisan Bread

Day 11

Breakfast – Bagel Breakfast Sandwiches

Lunch and Dinner – Leftovers

DAy 12

Breakfast – Sweet Nothings Coffee Cake

Lunch – Mexican Vegetable Soup with Avocado and Lime

Dinner – Poached Salmon (Taste of Home Hearty Main Dish Magazine), Stir Fried Asparagus with Sesame Seeds, Greens n Beans Salad (Classic Rachel Ray Cookbook), Freezer Garlic Bread

Day 13

Breakfast  – Hubby makes Breakfast

Lunch – Leftovers

Dinner – Stuffed Grilled Chicken (Cooking with Paula Deen magazine May/Jun3 09), Fresh Green Beans, Romaine Hearts with Lemon Chive Vinaigrette (Classic Rachel Ray Cookbook)

Snack – Giant Stuffed Mushrooms

DAy 14

Breakfast – Hubby makes Breakfast

Lunch – Broccoli Crunch Salad

Dinner – Leftovers

Snack Giant Stuffed Mushrooms

Day 15

Breakfast – Leftover Coffee Cake

Lunch – Butternut Squash Bisque

Dinner -

Day 16

Breakfast – Hardboiled Eggs

Lunch  and Dinner – Leftovers

Day 17

Breakfast – Bacon and Swiss Quiche (Bisquick Magazine March 09)

Lunch – Herb and Cheese Oven Fries – Classic Rachel Ray Cookbook

Dinner -

Day 18

Breakfast and Lunch – Leftovers

Dinner – Chicken Cacciatorre with Orzo, Braised Green Beans, A Nice Italian Girl’s Salad (Classic Rachel Ray Cookbook)

Day 19

Breakfast – Leftover Quiche

Lunch – Asparagus Pasta Salad – Classic Rachel Ray Cookbook

Dinner – Leftovers

Day 20

Breakfast – Wild Rice Pancakes

Lunch – Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup

Dinner -

Snack – Black Cherry Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce

Day 21

Breakfast – Hubby makes Breakfast

Lunch and Dinner – Leftovers

Snack – Black Cherry Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce

A Day in the Life


Recently, I had the unfortunate occasion to contract the flu. It’s been about 5 years since I have had the flu. I have forgotten how long it takes to get over it. This is the kind of thing that wipes you out so badly that all you can do is lay in your bed and watch TV. Sometimes lifting the remote may even be too much effort. Not being able to breathe properly and being in a somewhat feverish state is not really conducive to getting a good night’s sleep. So, to entertain myself I started to document the daily activity of my cat. This allowed me to occupy myself while I thought I was dying. My cat actually gets up pretty early to start his “work,” so maybe he DOES deserve that long mid-morning nap that he takes.

5:00 a.m. I am ready to start the day. Eat breakfast. Visit the litter box. Stretching exercises. Wash face and ears.

5:30 a.m. I speak to the birds and squirrels from the back window and tell them that they need to get busy doing their work.

6:00 a.m. I go upstairs to watch the sunrise from the East window.

7:00 a.m. Sit on the stairs to guard the front door, making sure there are no intruders, but also wait here until my owner/slave gets up.

8:00 a.m. One of my owners gets up now. I can stop my vigil on the stairs. I follow him to the kitchen with my tail up, happy that he emerged from his room one more time. He never gives us treats, but I am always hopeful that I can scam him for some with my sweet, angelic face.

8:15 a.m. I give up the cause for extra treats and go sit by the bedroom door from which my other owner will emerge. She’s really nice. She always gives us treats first thing in the morning. It is payment for all our hard work. I wait patiently. I may sing her some songs outside her door to express my desire to see her.

8:45 She finally comes out. I greet her with a happy meow and run to the kitchen with my tail up. I sit expectantly beside my treat bowl waiting for the precious morsels to drop in my bowl.

9:00 My appetite sated, I take the next few minutes to wash my face, ears and whiskers, being careful in case some treat crumbs got caught in my whiskers.

9:15 Morning exercises, consisting of sprints from one end of the house to the other, using the couch and other furniture as hurdles.

9:30 Play fetch using one of my “worms” with my owner/slave. (Note from owner/slave: “worms” are pipe cleaners.)

10:00 I am tired, but need attention. I will sit on my owner/slave’s lap while she taps her fingers on the board with the bright light. She must pet me and scratch my head and ears. She has no choice because I am laying on her arms. This impedes her progress with the tapping. I kiss her hands to show her how much I appreciate her and love her. She tastes like treats.

10:30 It is about time for my morning nap. I am tired from all the work I have done this morning. But first I must bathe.

11:00 Nap

1:00 I hear noises near my bowl. It must be time for treats again. I get up and stretch. I wait at my bowl, staring at my owner/slave until she gives me my much deserved treats. YUM!

1:15 Visit the litter box. Eat a proper lunch. Stare out the window to inspect the work of the birds, squirrels and lizards. They do not get much work done.

1:30 Time to do some work. I follow my owner/slave around as she moves around my house. She is doing things I don’t understand, but I must inspect her work to make sure whatever she is doing is done properly. This makes me very tired.

2:30 Play with my worms and other toys. Chase lizards from the other side of the window. I usually alternate the windows each day for this activity for variety.

3:30 Snack time. No treats, just an afternoon meal.

4:00 I need another nap after all my hard work. I take a quick bath, not like my morning bath. This one is just maintenance and spot cleaning. I must keep my fur satiny smooth and free of tangles. I have long hair, so I must stay on top of this. It’s a big job.

4:15 Nap

6:00 Time to get up. I hear noises near my treat bowl. It is time for treats again. My owner/slave is making food they will eat. It smells wonderful, but I am a carb-ivore. I only eat crunchy food made especially for cats. I wait expectantly at my bowl until she gives me my well-deserved treats. I play with my worms in the kitchen while my owner/slave is working. I must keep her on her task or they will surely starve to death.

7:30 My owner/slave finally sits down on the couch. She watches this box with pictures on it. It is the perfect time for my evening nap. She worships me and I worship her. She scratches my ears and my head. If she does something I don’t like I will have to punish her by biting her hand. She doesn’t like that, but she must learn her lesson. That doesn’t happen very often though because I have trained her well. I usually doze off while she is rubbing my fur. It is so comforting.

10:00 My owner/slave must sleep sometime. She usually goes to bed around this time. I would like to sleep with her in her bed, but I am not allowed in her room. As consolation, she gives me treats before she retires to her room. I do not like this and let her know that I need her presence by howling at her door for a few minutes. I will not see her until the morning. She doesn’t come out. There is nothing left to do but sleep. So, I go upstairs to sleep in the room upstairs. I can see the moon from there.  It has been a productive day.

Savory Beef Stew


The temperatures have been frigid this year. There is nothing better on a cold night than a comforting, piping hot bowl of soup or stew. I’ve had this soup recipe around for a long time and I have altered the original version of it to accomodate my husband who has sensitivities to MSG. The original version called for a couple of Campbell’s soups for the gravy. I took a different route to make a flavorful sauce. I usually make a huge roast in the crockpot  so that I can use the leftovers in the stew. I love making two meals out of one. It makes me feel like I am a good steward of my money.


1 lb beef stew meat or leftover roast, cut into large chunks


4-5 red potatoes, cut into large chunks

2 large carrots, peeled and thickly sliced

1 large onion, cut into large chunks

Mushrooms, or any leftover vegetables

1 can (8 oz) tomato sauce

1 tsp. beef bouillon

1 cup water

salt and pepper to taste


1. Cut the potatoes into large chunks, leaving the skins on. Place in a pan and cover with water. Bring to a boil.


2. In a Dutch oven, heat some evoo until hot. Place the beef chunks in the pan and saute until hot.


3. Add the carrots, onions and other vegetables to the pan.

4. Drain the potatoes. Add them to the pot.


5. Add the tomato sauce.


6. Add the bouillon.


7. Add the water, salt and pepper.

8. Heat until desired temperature. Serve immediately along with a simple salad.


Serves 4

Good Deals


You can find good deals at the grocery store even if you don’t use coupons. These are the deals I found in the Houston area that are good without coupons. However, if you have a coupon to pair with the deal, that makes it even better.

I am all about healthier eating and will not post about a lot of processed foods, although their might be a few things listed. I also think it is a good idea to do some comparison shopping at your nearest Aldi store. I have found that their products can be seasonal, but also many of their products do not contain HFCS or MSG and they can be much cheaper than their main stream counterparts.


Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast 1.77 lb.

Pork Spare Rib Brisket Portios .88 lb.

Tilapia Filets 2.98 lb

Red Seedless grapes 1.98 lb

LaLa yogurt cups 2/$1

Nabisco Go Cups 5/$5

Borden Orange Juice Gallon 2.99

Chicken Wings 1.66 lb

Chicken Drumsticks .77 lb

Chicken Tenders 1.88 lb

Fast Fixin Chicken Nuggets/Strips 3.99

Jennie O Smoked Turkey Sausage 1.88

John Morrell Smoked Sausage 2/$3

Borden Shredded Cheese 3/$5

Move Over Butter spread .79

Oak Farms Milk pints 5/$5

Oak Farms Cottage Cheese 1.88

Dannon Activia/Frusion Yogurt Drinks .79

Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa 5/$5

Domino Sugar 2/$3

Mars/Nestle Candy Bars singles 2/$1

Comstock Pie Filling 1.99

Duncan Hines Cake Mix 5/$5

Gamesa Animal Cookies .88

Anatina Pasta 2/$1

Indio/Heinekin/Dos Equis/Special Lager Beer 6 pack 7.99

Fritos/Cheetos 1.99

Bimbo sugared donuts/mini muffins .88

Mrs. Baird’s Honey Wheat Bread 1.69

Frito Lay singles 3/.99

Sunbeam split top white/wheat bread 1.69

Dr. Pepper/Sunkist/7Up/Canada Dry 2 liter .99

Powerade 32 oz .88

Dr Pepper 10/7Up 10 12 pack 2.99

Dr Pepper10/A&W10/RC10/7Up10/Sunkist10/Canada Dry10 2 liter .88

Chinet Xtra Large Dinner Napkins .99

Hefty One Zip Storage/Freezer Bags 1.39

Renuzit Adjustables .99

Joseph Campione Texas Toast 1.88

Bosc/D’Anjou Pear 3/$1

Gala Apples 3/$1

Large Red Delicious Apples 2/$1

Ruby Rd Grapefruit 3/$1

Oranges 3/$1

Tangerines 5/$1

Tomatillos .69 lb

Roma Tomatoes .99

Romaine Lettuce .99

Baby Carrots .99

Large Artichokes .99

Broccoli Crowns .99 lb

Yellow Squash .99


Apples 3 lb bag 1.79

Old Orchard Apple juice 1.33

Duncan Hines Cake Mix .99

Dole Upscale Salad Bags 1.99

Oranges 4 lb bag 1.79

Celery .99

Roma Tomatoes .99

Bosc/D’Anjou Pears 3/$1

Tomatillos .69 lb

Duke’s Squeeze Mayo 18 oz 1.66

Select General Mills Cereals 1.99

Lay’s Stax Potato Chips .99

Pioneer Buttermilk pancake Mix .99

Peter Pan All Purpose Flour .99

Tostitos Red Salsa 2.29

Gebhart Refried Beans .66

Trappeys Peppers 1.33

Wolf Chili .99

Pillsbury Cake Mix .99

Santa Fe Salsa .77

Jiffy Muffin Mix 3/$1

Skinner Pasta .99

Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce 1.33

Liberty Gold Canned Pineapple .99

Kraft Salad Dressing 8 oz .99

Prime Time Microwave Popcorn .77

Joy Cake Cones .66

Breast o’ Chicken Chunk Light Tuna .77

Wyler’s Unsweetened Drink Mix Packets 15/$1

Goya Black/Pinto Bens 30 oz 1.33

Morrison’s Corn kits 3/$1

Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix .77

VO5 Shampoo/Conditioner .77

Tony Cachere’s Rice Mix .88

Borden Cottage Cheese 1.88

LaLa Drinkable Yogurt/Frusion Smoothies .77

Florida’s Choice Chilled Orange Juice 1/2 Gal 1.99

Blue Bell Sherbet Quart 2.44

Blue Bell Assorted Fruit Pops 1.99

Borden Chunk Cheese 1.66

Borden Natural Cheese Slices 1.55

A1 Assorted Marinade Mix Packets .77

Gevalia Coffee bags 5.99

Suave Antiperpirant Deodarant .77

Good time Foam Plates .66

Pizzazz Plastic Cups 18 ct. .77

Excedrin Extra Strength/Migraine 24 ct 2.19

Cholula Hot Sauce 1.33

Mennon Speed Stick Men’s/Ladies .99

Colgate Extra Clean Toothbrush 2/$1

Bic Comfort 3 Disposable Razors 4 pack 2.39

Scott Extra Soft Toilet Paper 12 pack 4.99

Chicken Drumsticks .77 lb

Buddig Ham/Turkey 1.88

Butterball Lunch Meats 2.99

Johnsonville Bratwurst/Italian Sausage 3.99

Ranchero Chorizo (beef/pork) .99

John Morrell hot Dogs .77

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast 1.77 lb

John Morrell Smoked Sausage 1.39

Pork Picnic Roast .99 lb


HEB Pure Cane Sugar sodas 12 pack 1.97

Warmwater Lobster Tails 7 oz 7.97 lb

So Delicious Coconut Milk 1.78

Pork Chops 1.97 lb

Buy 1 lb Boar’s Head Cracked Pepper Mill Turkey Breast Get 1 lb. Boar’s Head Colby Jack All Natural Cheese Free (with in-store coupon)

Colgate Toothpaste .88

Oscar Mayer Lunch Meat 2.48

HEB cheese singles 1.97

Beef Stew Meat 3.77 lb

Diver Caught Bay Scallops 7.97  50 – 60 ct

Kale .98

Cauliflower 1.77

Dole Spinach bags 1.98

HEB bake Shop French Toast Breakfast Bread 1.47

HEB Instant Oatmeal 1.50

HEB Break and Bake Cookie Dough 4/$5

Ragu Pasta Sauce 2/$3

HEB Devil’s Food Cookies 5/$5

HEB Frozen Blueberries/Berry Medley 2/$5

Buy Bolthouse Farms Baby Carrots Get Dole Salad Blends bag Free

Strawberries 2/$3

Blue Bell 1/2 Gallon 3.99

Duncan Hines Cake Mix 5/$5


4x Fuel Points with purchase of Gift Cards

Russell Stover Candy BOGO

Beef Tenderloin 9.99 lb

Whole Cooked Lobster 3.99 ea

Cupcake Wine 7.99

Ritz Crackers 2.49

Sargento Cheese 2.49

Dole Salad Blends 2.49

Ribeye Steak 3.99 lb

Fresh Pineapple .99

Kroger Canned Vegetables 10/$5

Kroger Butter 2/$4

Wonder Bread BOGO

Duncan Hines Cake Mix BOGO

Top Round/Eye Round Roast 3.99 lb

Kroger Batteries 4 pack 1.99

Prego Sauce 3/$5

Keebler Cookies 1.49

Chobani Greek yogurt cups $1

Campbell’s Condensed Soup 10/$10

Kroger Cottage Cheese 4/$5

Totino’s Party Pizza 10/$10

Hormel Rev Wraps 1.99

Martinelli’s Sparkling Cider 2.99


Coke 12 pack Buy 2 Get 2 Free

Extra Large Shrimp 7.99 lb

Ghirardelli Baking Chips 1.99

Ghirardelli Brownie Mix 1.99

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes/Raisin Bran 1.99

Lay’s Potato Chips 1.99

Nabisco Ritz Crackers 1.79

Rancher’s Reserve New York Strip Steak 3.99 lb

Safeway Select Ice Cream 1.99

Armour Pepperoni 2/$5

Barefoot Bubbly 7.99

Bonless Top Round London Broil 3.99

Hess Select Wine 8.99

Ortega Taco Sauce 1.69

Axe hair products Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Clear Hair products Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Safeway Cleaners 2/$4

Suave Hair Products Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Little Debbie Bagged Donuts $1 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies 1.88 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

YoCrunch Yogurt 4 pack 1.99 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

All Detergent/Snuggle Fabric Softener 2/$3 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

Ragu Pasta Sauce 1.25 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

Swanson Broth 1.99 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

Early California pitted/Sliced Olives 1.29 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

Safeway Farms Baby Carrots .99 (with Randall’s ad coupon)

8 piece Dark Meat Fried Chicken $5 (Friday only)

Blueberries 2/$5 (Friday only)

Ferrero Rocher Truffles 2/$5 (Friday only)

Lucerne Chunk Cheese 3/$5 (Friday only)

PF Chang’s Frozen Meals $5 (Friday only)

Raspberries 2/$5

Tropicana Orange Juice 2/$5

American History for Middle Schoolers


What better place to begin a study of American History than with Christopher Columbus. Yes, the dinosaurs and Native Americans were here first, but that is better suited for a study of ancient times. I suggest keeping all of the output from any projects, writing, etc. in a binder, folder or notebook.

1. Watch the following short biography about Christopher Columbus  on YouTube (this is a History Channel production):

Christopher Columbus – Mini Biography

2. Print out a world map. Plot all 4 of Columbus’s voyages on the map. Use different colors to identify each voyage.

3.  Complete this lesson plan from Edsitement. Complete one activity per day until done. There are a total of 8 activities.

Meal Plan Monday February 8, 2014


We eat a lot of leftovers. My menu plan always takes that into account. With a family of only three people, this will always be the case. So, my meal planning always gets me through 2 weeks. This is a 2 week meal plan. Oh….and this is not set in stone. We may stray from my plan due to spontaneous events, like entertaining friends or being entertained by friends. :)


Breakfast – Savory Sausage and Egg Bake (Bisquick Magazine, March 2009)

Lunch – Buffalo Chicken Salad

Dinner – Beef Stew, Salad

Snack  – King Cake that I picked up from HEB


Breakfast, Dinner and Snack – Leftovers

Lunch – Pizza Spirals


Breakfast and Lunch – Leftovers

Dinner – Chicken Spaghetti, Green Beans, Olive Foccaccia Bread


Breakfast – Fluffy Pancakes

Lunch – Broccoli Cheese Soup

Dinner – Leftover Chicken Spaghetti


Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner – Leftovers

Snack – Caprese Bites


Breakfast – My husband always makes breakfast on the weekends

Lunch – Chicken Pistachio Salad (South Beach Diet Cookbook)

Dinner – Seafood Soft Tacos (Taste of Home Hearty Main Dish Magazine), Homemade Black Refried Beans


Breakfast – Hubbie makes Breakfast again

Lunch – Cream of Cauliflower Soup

Dinner – Chicken Rice Divan, Seven Layer Salad, Freezer White Bread


Breakfast – Creamy Wheat Cereal (Southern Living Magazine November 2008)

Lunch  and Dinner – Leftovers


Breakfast – Creamy Wheat Cereal again

Lunch – Thai Chicken Pizza

Dinner – Turkey Tenderloin in Peachy Salsa Sauce over rice, Salad with homemade Caeser Salad Dressing


Breakfast- Cherry Pecan Ring (Bisquick Magazine March 2009)

Lunch – Buffalo Popcorn Chicken Bites

Dinner – Leftovers


Breakfast and Lunch – Leftovers

Dinner – Peppered Steak and Salsa (Taste of Home Hearty Main Dish Magazine), Smoky Spanish Rice, Cool Cucumber Salad


Breakfast and Dinner – Leftovers

Lunch – No Ordinary Macaroni Salad

Snack – Dill Dip with Cucumbers for dipping


Breakfast – The hubs makes breakfast

Lunch – Leftover Macaroni Salad

Dinner – Chicken Cakes with Creole Sauce, Portobello Mushroom Fries (Classic Rachel Ray Yum-O Cookbook)


Breakfast – The hubs makes breakfast

Lunch – Chayote and Poblano Pepper Soup

Dinner – Leftovers