Weekly Menu

by Josée

This week I’ve tried to include more recipe links. I use these links as a source of inspiration and don’t follow them exactly. Some of the recipes below contain exotic ingredients but don’t be alarmed. Sometimes I don’t even use them because I can’t find them, I don’t like them or they are simply too expensive for our budget. So feel free to use the recipes below as a springboard for inspiration but don’t take them too seriously.

Day 1: Slow Cooker pepper pork chops with mashed potatoes and broccoli.
Day 2: Beef bulgogispinach side dishmarinated eggplant and rice. [Korean night!]
Day 3: Crepes filled with a mushrooms, ham and bechemel sauce.
Day 4: Chicken (rabbit) stroganoff with tarragon and mustard from Cat Cora’s Classics with a Twist: Fresh Takes on Favorite Dishes
Day 5: American Lasagna and sliced veggies.
Day 6: Curried lentil soup and homemade bread.

2 comments

Chelsea Rae January 19, 2011 - 7:02 am

I get hives reading your menu. I seriously think I'm allergic to the thought of spending that much time cooking! There are just so many other things I would rather do!

What the heck is a beef bulgogi anyway? Okay I just looked and there are WAY too many ingredients in there. And bechemel sauce? Really? Are we on the Food Network now? Normal people don't make stuff like this.

I like to go by the never take longer to cook dinner than it takes to eat it philosophy. Although I have been getting adventurous with bread lately…

😉 I do actually love you, even if you're weird. I hope that my comment made you smile.

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Josée January 19, 2011 - 7:25 am

Oh Chelsea! First Beef Bulgogi is Korean style teriyaki beef and yes bechemel… of course you must remember I'm French! It's actually really easy. Just a 1:1:1 ratio (1 Tbsp. butter, 1 Tbsp. flour, 1 cup milk) = delicious creamy goodness 😉

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