Easter Sunday: Can I get an Amen? Holiday cooking can be frugal and to prove it, here's what we had:
|It doesn't take a lot to feed 2.3 people|
That's ham (bought after Christmas and frozen until last week), sauteed spinach (on sale), mashed sweet potatoes (Co-Op Box Awesomeness) and oh yea... these little gems:
Yep, I made homemade Hot Cross Buns with a recipe courtesy of The Pioneer Women. They were so delicious that we had
Anyway, back to the rest of the week...
Monday: Potato and Ham Soup using green onions we've been getting from the CSA box
Tuesday: Beef Stir Fry (we somehow acquired a lot of stew beef and that's just my favorite way to use it all up!)
Wednesday: Leftovers, because let's face it- who eats an entire pot of soup in one night?
Thursday: Roasted chicken with lemon and rosemary and another helping of our deliciously tender asparagus from our CSA box. It truly was the most amazing asparagus we've ever had.
Friday and Saturday: Here's where we start depending on the kindness of strangers... My parents will be in town as part of The Bea Team for the Triangle March for Babies Walk. We're hoping to use our daugther as a bargaining chip to a free dinner. Bad parents, maybe. Frugal, you betcha.
What's on your menu this week?
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