Commonly Prepared Meals

Originally published on: Apr 11, 2005. I’m updating this list because Stephanie is going back to work next week, and I’m going to take over many of the cooking responsibilities because she has a long commute. I’ve been looking at various recipe and grocery shopping apps, but I haven’t discovered quite the right combination that will work for me yet, so I’m trying to clean up many of the recipes I have already on my website. I’m updating links, going through recipes I’ve not yet made and adding them to the “to make or delete” list, and I plan on adding many of Stephanie’s “go to” meals. I’m hoping to put together a grid of “next week” meal planning, so can shop on weekends and have everything I need during the week, instead of throwing things together.

Entrees

Pasta Dishes

Baked Ziti (variation: vodka sauce)
Lasagna
Spaghetti
Baked shells
Spinach Mastachioli Bake
Chicken Saltimboca

Baked or Roasted Dishes

Elizabeth’s Cheap Drunk Chicken
Home Made Pizza
Pot Roast
Southwestern Pork Tenderloin
Baked Chicken Breasts with marinade
Baked tilapia with marinade
Baked salmon with marinade
Meatloaf
Spaghetti Squash with Lemon and Capers
Classic Baked Acorn Squash

crock pot / slow cooker

Crock-Pot BBQ Ribs Recipe
Beer Slow-Cooker Chicken
Baked Lemon Chicken
Lemon Rosemary Chicken
Low Carb Texas Chili
Crockpot Chicken And Noodle Soup

Soups & Stews & Chili

Pea soup
Bean soup
Stephanie’s Dad’s chicken soup

Southwestern

Mom’s Taco Salad
Chicken Verde Enchilada Casserole
Spicy Beef Tacos
White Chili
Super Nachos
Skyline Chili
Cheese enchiladas
Chicken Fajitas
Hot Cuban Sandwiches

sandwich dishes

Cheese Burgers
Hot Dogs
Sausages
Veggie Burgers
Chicken patties
Sub sandwiches
Wraps

Breakfast

Eggs and Sausage Casserole
Aunt Chris’ Ham and Egg Casserole
Scrambled eggs
Waffles
French Toast
Pancakes
Steel-cut Oats
Cereal

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3 comments on “Commonly Prepared Meals
  1. Denise Maindelle says:

    I saw in your Twitter that you liked capers. I work at McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant in Dallas. They deep fry the capers and then re-salt them. YUM! Since they are so small they can be deep fried at home in not much oil. -Denise

  2. Denise Maindelle says:

    I saw in your Twitter that you liked capers. I work at McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant in Dallas. They deep fry the capers and then re-salt them. YUM! Since they are so small they can be deep fried at home in not much oil. -Denise

  3. Melissa says:

    Psst… Check this out. I think we’re going to give it a shot soon. http://www.thefresh20.com/

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