Well, it’s now March which is a very exciting prospect for those of us dealing with generally long winters. Around this time of year I begin to get very antsy for Spring. So on Friday I had the opportunity to spend an afternoon taking pictures at our local greenhouse. Many of you know that I’m a photographer and my camera unfortunately gets a little dusty during the winter months! I thought I’d share a taste of what I photographed with you: a lovely spring tulip. 🙂
Back to the topic of meal planning, I really enjoyed our tomato soup last week. Good soup can be a real treat on cold winter days, especially when you can use tomatoes from last summer’s garden harvest…yum! And my husband, the resourceful fellow he is, even made homemade flat bread with sesame seeds for us to enjoy with the soup. Thanks honey!
The pork chop recipe from allrecipes.com was tasty and will be transferred to the permanent recipe binder. Now I just need to stay on top of that binder and keep it up-to-date! Having an organized recipe binder is one thing, while keeping it updated is quite another. But that’s a topic for another day. On to meal planning for this week!
Mustard Crusted Tilapia, noodles, and green beans (NEW)
Slow Cooker Pot Roast with garlic smashed potatoes and corn (NEW)
Homemade Macaroni and Cheese
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I posted my weekly menu to the I’m an Organizing Junkie blog, so be sure to check it out and participate if you’d like!