I have a hard time striking a balance between trying a bunch of new recipes, doing a bunch of old standbys, and returning back to newer recipes again. This week isn't a bad mix, but I had to work hard at finding a balance :)
Pepperoni Spaghetti Bake: This is a recipe that uses some Chef Boyardee products that I'm testing for a market research company. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to share the recipe, so I won't, but it sounds good :)
Swiss Casserole Chicken: This is for cooking club this week, but is something that I'd wanted to make before.
Enchilada Casserole: This recipe is from one of my coworkers. I'd had it before and had some leftover corn tortillas, so I asked her for it again. It's pretty good, but sort of time-consuming.
Roasted Potatoes, Chicken Sausage, and Peppers: I saw this come up on my Google Reader this week and knew it sounded like something simple that we'd love. I had half a bag of red potatoes that was waiting to be used and saw that red bell peppers were on sale at our grocery this week, so it sounded like a good fit for this week.
Sloppy Joes and Tater Tots: I asked The Hubby what old standby he'd like and he said it sounded good. I can never say no to meals like this since they're easy and definitely remind me of home.
One night this week we are going to go out to Montgomery Inn. I bought a Groupon a few months ago, thinking we'd use it either for our anniversary or for my birthday. We didn't ever celebrate our anniversary and went somewhere else for my birthday, leaving the Groupon unused and expiring on Friday. Just hoping Baby Girl will cooperate there--I hesitate to take a kid, but hope it will be better on a weeknight.
Oh, and tonight we had Raising Cane's. After dealing with a non-napping toddler for almost 2 hours in the car today, neither The Hubby nor I were in the mood to cook dinner.
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