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Old 03-20-2006, 06:38 AM   #121
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I have a list of the meals that I put in a page protector on the refrigerator. As we have one of the meals, I mark it off with a dry erase marker.

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Here's my menu:

Cheesy Mexican Chicken
Ham & Swiss Casserole
Broccoli Cheese Chicken Casserole
Enchilada Casserole
Mom's Chicken & Rice
White Chicken Chili
Western Meal
Beef Taco Bake
Beef Enchilada Casserole
Scalloped Potatoes & Ham
Chili
BBQ Chicken
Chicken Tetrazinni
Italian Meatloaf
Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas
Country Style Coating Chicken
Cream Cheese Crockpot Chicken
Tamale Pie
Fiesta Chicken Casserole
Skillet Chicken Parmesan
Teriyaki Chicken
Quick Chicken & Chips Casserole
Pizza

I have a list of the meals that I put in a page protector on the refrigerator. As we have one of the meals, I mark it off with a dry erase marker.

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Okay, how many of these do you use your Homemade Gourmet for? I have a customer who sells this stuff and I'm curious about it...never had it.
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Tonight we are having glazed ham slices, mashed potatoes, and salad.

Pour small amount of milk in baking pan, place ham slices in pan. Brush w/mustard, sprinkle w/brown sugar. Bake at 375 for 7 minutes, or till warm.

I like this meal because it's really quick and easy, and my family always gives me props for making it
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Colleen,

That sounds REALLY GOOD!!! I may have to do that tonight. It will be an easy meal for DH to chew!!

How much milk to you put in and mustard~ according to taste?
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Pot Roast in the crock pot. I just posted yesterday looking for recipes.

1/2 an onion cut up and put on the bottom. Brown the roast and put on top. Few dashes of soy sauce, heat beef stock, add palmful of beef bouillon, garlic salt and pepper. Toss it all in the crock and go. Oh! I forgot the packet of dry onion soup mix.
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That sounds REALLY GOOD!!! I may have to do that tonight. It will be an easy meal for DH to chew!!

How much milk to you put in and mustard~ according to taste?

Thanks~! I hope you like it.

I just use enough milk to moisten the bottom of the pan to keep the ham moist. I use regular yellow mustard, somewhat sparingly, so it doesn't overpower the ham. When you add the brown sugar it forms a glaze. So easy!
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Jan-- I use HG for 14 of those meals. All of the HG products are 100% guaranteed... if you fix it & don't like it, you can get your money back or trade for a new mix. It's so easy. You should give it a try!

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BOY OH BOY!!!

I have my menus planned out for the NEXT TWO WEEKS thanks to all of you guys!!!

Misti~ I will give you a pm in awhile!

Keep them coming everyone! I will let you know how DH likes all of your dishes!!!

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baked chicken breasts smothered in artichokes hearts and tomatoes.

I had this at the hospital cafeteria 2 years ago when my grandma was in for a heart attack, and it was FABULOUS!! It was the first time I had eaten artichokes. so, tonight, I am trying my hand at it.

I'll let you know how it turns out.

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Tonight we had Western Skillet Rice:

1 lb. ground beef
1 envelope Lipton onion soup
1 can stewed tomatoes with liquid
3/4 cup uncooked rice
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup frozen peas
1 cup shredded cheese

Brown ground beef and drain. Add all the remaining ingredients except cheese, bring to a boil, cover and reduce the heat to a simmer. Cook 25 minutes. Lift lid, stir and add cheese. Put the cover back on until the cheese has melted.

I usually serve this with biscuits.
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baked chicken breasts smothered in artichokes hearts and tomatoes.

I had this at the hospital cafeteria 2 years ago when my grandma was in for a heart attack, and it was FABULOUS!! It was the first time I had eaten artichokes. so, tonight, I am trying my hand at it.

I'll let you know how it turns out.

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that does sound marvelous! I would love to have the recipe!
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that does sound marvelous! I would love to have the recipe!
We just finished supper a little bit ago, and I must say it WAS marvelous!! It was also sooooo simple...

boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 can rinsed and drained artichoke hearts
1 can diced tomatoes
garlic and onion medley seasoning from McCormick
olive oil

Spray cooking spray into pan.

Lightly season chicken breasts with mccormick seasoning

cover chicken in artichokes and tomatoes.

Drizzle lightly with olive oil

Bake until chicken is done (about half an hour at 375)

That's it. I served it with stove top (what a let down...cause my kids don't like rice) and honey glazed carrots.

I would be super awesome on top of white rice!!!!!

Even my dh liked it, and he was skeptical b/c he was unsure about artichokes. I didn't tell the kids what was in it until they decided whether they liked it or not. DD loved it, DS not so much. He said the chicken was good, but he wasn't eating the veggies...but he's only 6, so what does he know???

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Thanks to "jaxma" we are having...

Chicken Paprikash

Tonight for dinner. I can't wait to try this! DH is SO happy that we have a menu that doesn't consist of "Fend for yourself night".
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We are having scalloped potatoes & ham.
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The CHICKEN PAPRIKASH was AWESOME!!!! Thanks Jaxma for a fantastic idea.

Can't taste the onions at all, and it has a fantastic creamy texture. I served it over egg noodles. DH said it reminded him of beef stroganoff- but it's "chicken stroganoff"

DH is having it again for lunch today. His words "that HAS to go on them menu again"!

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2 cups Chicken Broth
3 lbs cooked chicken (cubed)
1/4 butter
1 med. onion
2 tsp. (heaping) paprika
1 cup sour cream
2 tbsp. flour
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Brown chicken in butter, remove & set aside. Add onion to butter & cook until tender, add paprika, salt and pepper to taste.
Return chicken to skillet & add chicken broth~ cover and simmer 20-30 mins.
Blend flour with a little water (make a little paste is what I figured) & blend into chicken. Add Sour Cream- heat slightly.

Serve over noodles of any kind OR dumplings.

Daycare mommy also asked for this. She's making it tonight.
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Last night we went out to eat to celebrate good report cards. We decided to go to Lone Star Steakhouse because they have "Kids Eat Free" on Tuesdays.

So I grab the circular that had just come in the mail yesterday and we headed to the nearest Lone Star that we had visited for lunch the previous month. *It was closed!* Signs on the door saying "For Sale" and "Employees who have payroll issues contact..." So we look at the circular and say, "Well, there's one in Westland on this same road, so let's go to that one."

Guess what? It was closed too! Geez!

We ended up at Logan's Roadhouse paying full price for our kids. So instead of the steak I was looking forward to eating, I ended up with a hamburger.
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We ended up at Logan's Roadhouse paying full price for our kids. So instead of the steak I was looking forward to eating, I ended up with a hamburger.
That is a big fat bummer!!
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Corned Beef(pressure cooker), salad and green beans. Linda
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Sorry Jan-

You could've made a trip to MN. I'll cook for ya. I have a great menu now!!!
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That is a big fat bummer!!
Yeah, kinda matches *my* big fat bum(er...) LOL!

I'm waiting for it to get warm enough around here to start walking for exercise again. It's 32 degrees right now...will it EVER warm up and be spring?!?!?!?
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You could've made a trip to MN. I'll cook for ya. I have a great menu now!!!
Hey...I just might take you up on that. I'm going to Sam's today, though, so maybe I'll pick something new and different up for dinner tonight.
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Yeah, kinda matches *my* big fat bum(er...) LOL!

I'm waiting for it to get warm enough around here to start walking for exercise again. It's 32 degrees right now...will it EVER warm up and be spring?!?!?!?
LOL! Matches mine too! I know, it's freezing here in Michigan and I hear we're supposed to get snow again.
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The CHICKEN PAPRIKASH was AWESOME!!!! Thanks Jaxma for a fantastic idea.

Can't taste the onions at all, and it has a fantastic creamy texture. I served it over egg noodles. DH said it reminded him of beef stroganoff- but it's "chicken stroganoff"

DH is having it again for lunch today. His words "that HAS to go on them menu again"!

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Brown chicken in butter, remove & set aside. Add onion to butter & cook until tender, add paprika, salt and pepper to taste.
Return chicken to skillet & add chicken broth~ cover and simmer 20-30 mins.
Blend flour with a little water (make a little paste is what I figured) & blend into chicken. Add Sour Cream- heat slightly.

Serve over noodles of any kind OR dumplings.

This looks extremely good!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!


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Do you live in MN?
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Nope...same general latitude though! I live near Detroit...so we won't get quite as much snow as Grand Rapids because of the natural heat inversion we experience here...aw darn
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AWWW shucks.

DH likes the Gorden's Cod Fish Fillets.

You could do fish & chips for dinner.

I've been told that I have to go and get some more sub buns too!! Homemade subs are also a good menu item.

Don't forget the BIG VAT of PICKLES.
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I just put a pot roast in the crock pot for tonight. I always put it in frozen, add a can of beef broth, a can of cream of mushroom soup, and a packet of Lipton beefy onion soup mix. It is delish!!

For some reason I decided that I had it in there upside down, so I flipped it. It splashed beef broth all over me, my face, my shirt, my hair!! Good grief!
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We will be having pigs in a blanket and mac and cheese. I need something quick b/c tonight is my mother son dance with my DS.
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We had a roast last night, so tonight I am going to shred the beef and make BBQ Beef sandwiches.
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Hey Kathryn we're having the same thing!!!!!

LOL are we are the same page now- like some women do with their periods??
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Anyone have anything good that can go in the microwave or on the stovetop? Our oven is currently broken.
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Anyone have anything good that can go in the microwave or on the stovetop? Our oven is currently broken.
chicken and dumplings
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artichokes, tomatoes and chicken (see my other post) could be done on the stove top.

that's just what sounds good to me right now...I'll keep thinking.

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Chicken Paprikash is made on the stovetop!!!
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AWWW shucks.

DH likes the Gorden's Cod Fish Fillets.

You could do fish & chips for dinner.

I've been told that I have to go and get some more sub buns too!! Homemade subs are also a good menu item.

Don't forget the BIG VAT of PICKLES.
Heehee...

I don't like Gorton's fish...they have what they call "Crunchy" fish sticks and in my experience they are anything but...I prefer Vandekamp's and Sam's doesn't carry them.

AND we'll be hitting the fish fry at my kids' school on Friday, so fish and chips are already on the menu for then.

I bought ham steaks, two chuck roasts and more hamburger. I might get ambitious and do one of the roasts in the oven...I do it in a double layer of aluminum foil or one of the foil cooking bags from Reynolds. Heat the oven to 300, put your roast in the foil with some carrots and a package or two (depending on the size of the roast) of onion soup mix, seal it up tight and stick it on a jelly roll pan; throw it in the oven bake for 4 hours. When you are ready to make the gravy, you open it slightly at one end and pour all the juices into your gravy pan. The meat makes it's own juice and it's always fantastic. Just as easy as the crock pot, less mess (no crock pot to wash) and tastes great!
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Hey Kathryn we're having the same thing!!!!!

LOL are we are the same page now- like some women do with their periods??
Hahaha!! That's funny.
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Here is a favorite stovetop receipe:

Champagne Chicken (Drunk chicken to my DH)

4 boneless chicken breasts
sliced mushrooms
1 cup dry champagne (cheap is fine)
2 cups heavy cream

Lightly flour the chicken and brown on both sides, on medium heat simmer the chicken and mushrooms in the champagne for around 30 mins. I usually need to add a little more champagne. When finished, remove chicken and add cream. Cornstarch to thicken if needed. Pour sauce over chicken and you are done. Yummy!
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you can get weekly emails with a complete menu plan for the week including grocery list. It is a fantastic service - here is the link:

Just copy & paste this in your browser:

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they have a sample week on the site so you can get an idea of what its about!
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Ham and Scalloped Potatoes tonight.

Last night was Stuffed Mannicotti! Super easy, Boil noodles, stuff each with a cheese stick and put in baking dish. Cover with Spaghetti sauce and 2 C. Motz cheese, Bake until cheese is all melted and starting to brown. Yummy!
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We had scrambled eggs, sausage and toast for dinner. THen I made Scotcharoos, which are still setting up:

1 cup light corn syrup
1 cup sugar
1 cup peanut butter
6 cups rice krispies
1 12 oz package butterscotch morsels
1 12 oz. package chocolate chips

Bring sugar and corn syrup to a boil in a small sauce pan. Remove from heat and add peanut butter, mix until well blended. In a greased bowl mix rice krispies and sugar mixture. Press into 13 x 9 inch pan. Melt butterscotch morsels and chocolate chips together in the microwave, pour over krispies and spread. Allow to set up before cutting.
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