March really did come in like lion this year. Fingers (and toes) are crossed hoping it really does go out like a lamb! It will be somewhat sad to see Hubby bubby’s “bulletproof” mustache disappear now that “mustache March” is over. I hope the weather is nice in April since I really want to put Hannah in her cute little Easter dress from Nana. Which reminds me, I have to narrow down our Easter menu. We will make something a little fancy even though it is just us. Should we have lamb or ham? Hmm, decisions, decisions! I use an app for menu planning and have a habit of adding too many recipes when I add them wayyy in advance. There are about 30 recipes still in there for Easter…oopsie!
Sunday: Crispy chicken with chermoula and escarole. We are going to tweak the recipe a bit (I know, such a dangerous move! How will we know if it would be good as written?!) to add a little flavor to the chicken, probably a little marinade and then will serve with the chermoula and escarole. May the odds be ever in our favor.
Monday: Friends of ours will be feeding us. Yay! Am very much looking forward to the bean taco soup. We all love beans and soup (I’ll told hubby they are bringing stew 🙂 )! Yum!
Tuesday: Spanish stewed chicken thighs with crusty bread. This might be a gamble since it has olives and the pirate pasta wasn’t well received. Maybe I’ll just leave those out (and sprinkle them just on top of mine) since the combo of chicken, chorizo and tomatoey sauce with crusty bread sound like something everyone would love.
Wednesday: Leftovers. Easy peasy! Makes hump day so much easier!
Thursday: Indian chicken with chickpeas and rice. Gotta use up all those pantry staples and frozen meats!
Friday: Today will be Good Friday for us and the start of Passover for a lot of friends. We’ll be having clam shack-style broiled fish with Dinosaur Bar-B-Que copycat coleslaw and seeds of change whole grains. Gotta practice all the Dino BBQ recipes before we go to Germany so I can make sure I have them right since we won’t be able to have them for a loooong time. Any other Dino fans out there?
Saturday: Pork satay with rice and Asian-style salad. I’m still trying to decide if I want the cucumber salad or the celery salad. Which do you think we should have? Leave a comment below!
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