Weekly Menu Plan 2/28/2010 – 3/6/2010

Getting excited for the Team USA vs. Team Canada Men’s Hockey Game that is going to be on here shortly. There is sure to be excitement this afternoon in our house.

Here is hoping that with the end of February also comes the end of the snow. LOL! Wishful thinking, huh? I just want to see the grass again. I want to see how much it needs mowed. πŸ˜‰ I want to see the tulips & daffodils poke up through the soil. I want to not have to wear gloves everytime I go outside. I know, be patient, it will come.

Onto the meal plan –

Sunday – Turkey burgers, sweet potato puffs (thick cut “fries” that puff up & get all soft & gooey in the center), green beans & salad.

Monday -Spaghetti & marinutta, roasted broccoli & salad

Tuesday-Turkey tacos or Mexican Pizza, cilantro/lime rice, refried beans & salad

Wednesday-Holiday Baking Company lasagna (review to come soon!), asparagus & salad

Thursday-BBQ Chicken Breast, Cheese Chili Potatoes (recipe to come this week), broccoli & salad

Friday-Pizza on a new pizza crust to review and salad

Saturday-Leftovers or take out

Baked Goods

Testing out a new bread mix that I will review this week (in the oven now)

Brownies (a new, super healthy recipe – hope to share this week, too)


Weekly Recap:

Several new posts up on the Examiner site – info on Wendy’s new GF menu, P.F.Chang’s rolling out a new menu & an article about Lactose Intolerance & Celiac Disease being confused.

A couple new articles up on Celiac-Disease.com: Quick, weeknight meals, Chicken Finger Breading ideas, and a Review of Shabtai Gourmet Gluten-free Supermoist Brownies.

French Meadow Bakery Coupons

Snikiddy Products Review

Biscottea Cookies review

News & Notes, specifically that today (2/28) is the last day to order your Zing Bars for a $10/box discount: use code gflife.

Amazing Maple Pecan Sables recipe.

Anne, at Gluten-free Musings wrote a very interesting post on a woman she met this past week. The woman she met was a diagnosed Celiac, but went on to explain to Anne that she still had her old gluten-filled favorites once a week or so. Head over to Anne’s blog & read all about it for yourself & make sure to share your thoughts.

Check out the lengths that Heidi, at Adventures of a Gluten-free Mom, goes to for her son Sam. Sam is 6 (I think) and was feeling left out because he couldn’t have lunchables like his friends. Heidi goes above & beyond to solve Sam’s problem. I believe she is getting the “Mom of the Year” award this year. πŸ˜‰

Don’t forget to check out Orgjunkie for many more menu ideas.

Have a wonderful week!!!

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