Friday, 13 October 2017

What's Cooking at The Madhouse? menu plan 13/10

One week left until the holidays and phew, what a week ! The Norwegian delegation of teachers and researchers are coming over for the week so, as well as having them sit in on our classes and interview us about how we planned our lessons for the project, we'll be involved in socialising with them, so I'm not sure how much time I'll have for cooking next week. There's a meal planned on Thursday and drinks on Monday but with a bit of luck, I can load up the slow cooker and still have a meal on the table. If not, it'll be a frozen pizza in my absence !

Saturday

lunch - Time for the traditional KFC/Burger King/McDonald's option - but before that it's parent-teacher meetings on a Saturday morning *groan*

dinner - bacon & split pea soup

Sunday

lunch - roast dinner, probably chicken

dinner - leftovers from lunch or fridge grazing - or possibly chicken & veg soup if we had a roast chicken

Monday 

 lunch - school canteen with the Norwegians

dinner - chicken curry with cheesy naan bread

Tuesday 

packed lunch - tuna salad or canteen with the Norwegians

dinner - Chinese 5 Spice Duck with noodles & stir fried veg

Wednesday 

lunch - chicken fajitas

dinner - cheesy pasta bake with prawns

Thursday 

packed  lunch - smoked salmon bagel or school canteen with Norwegians

dinner - meal with the Norwegians - hopefully leftovers for Madhouse Daddy and the kids, if not a frozen pizza

Friday  

packed lunch - school canteen with the Norwegians

dinner - potato & bacon hash with a fried egg on top


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6 comments:

  1. Potato and bacon hash with a fried egg sounds amaxing

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    1. Quick and simple but should be tasty :)

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  2. I am interested to see that you plan a meal using leftovers. We always had at least one meal of leftovers when I was growing up. Mum usually sir fried it and it tasted good to us. Many children today have no idea that leftovers can be a simple but tasty meal.

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    1. I always use up everything - stir fried with rice, added to pasta or made into a pie ! )

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  3. I love smoked salmon bagels! I am so ready for a week off next week. Hope you have a lovely week and thank you for sharing with #MealPlanningMonday x

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  4. Good luck with this week at school...
    Everything sounds so good especially the potato & bacon hash with a fried egg on top! Yum! x

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