Meet the Sullivans: Menu Monday 10/31

October 31, 2011

Menu Monday 10/31

Happy Halloween!

I have been so busy since last weekend that I have completely neglected to make any blog posts! I'm so sorry. Last weekend my mom and sister threw me a lovely baby shower, Keith and I started to do some car shopping (his Jeep has entered into retirement, so we're in the market) and I worked on report cards. The week literally flew right by and ended on Friday with my 30th birthday. We celebrated at school with a little party thrown by my class (with help from our wonderful room moms of course), Saturday night we celebrated with friends and last night we went to dinner with my family. What fun! And now I am exhausted!

With that being said, I am happy to get back to the kitchen this week! 

Here is what we have planned in the kitchen this week:

Prosciutto and Fontina-Stuffed Chicken Breasts (Cooking Light) -  We've made lots of stuffed chicken breasts before, but I haven't posted many here. I'm looking forward to trying this recipe in hopes of sharing it on the blog.

Loaded Baked Potato Casserole (Paula Deen) - I made this Sunday night to go with the pot roast. It was very easy and very good! I can't wait to share it with you later this week.

English Cottage Pie (Cooking Light via Me) - I'm making this tonight for Halloween. I made it last year on Halloween for the first time. It is so cozy and delicious!

Autumn Chopped Salad (Espresso and Cream) - A great Autumn alternative to one of my favorite salads. I'm going to add chicken for extra protein.

Peasant Stew (Cooking Light) - I'm still on the hunt for great slow cooker recipes. I've been lucky lately and I'm hoping our luck continues when I make this!


The Engaged Life said...

I have made the autumn salad a couple of times now, its really good:)

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