Monday, May 23, 2011

Menu Plan Monday -

uploaded to with hundreds of menus!

As some of you know I recently moved in the last 6 weeks, so from being in one place for over 10 years, the accumulation of cookbooks, the tried and true recipe box, recipe cut-outs, online recipes, etc... have taken over a small bit of my kitchen and office.  This week I pulled several tried and true recipes out for my dinner menu that have been lost (not really just piled somewhere).  With school almost over, and the tennis season for my husband coming to a close we will be sharing more dinners all together around our table. {big smile}!!

Here is my menu plan for the week.  I am looking forward to some old favorites - made new!

Roasted Green Beans -

1-2 lbs. Fresh Green Beans
Olive Oil
Sea Salt/Pepper
Sour Cream

I followed the directions as Jessica made them on the link above.  They are delicious.  I really like those Fired Green Beans that are popping up on restaurant menus lately.  This is a great healthy alternative, super easy too.  I made a simple horseradish sauce for dipping.  1 heaping tablespoon of horseradish and a 1/4 cup of sour cream.  This is definitely going to be on my menu again and again.

Hawaiian Turkey Sliders

1 lb. lean ground turkey
1 egg
1/2 cup panko bread crumbs
1/2 tsp. salt
chopped fresh parsley or cilantro
teriyaki sauce
fresh slice pineapple
Monteray Jack cheese

Combine turkey, egg, bread crumbs, and spices.  Divide into 8 small patties.  Grill one side, then after you flip, add terriyaki sauce, pinapple slice and cheese.  Grill until burger is completely cooked.  Serve on Hawaiian sweet mini rolls (deli dept.).


  1. mmmm, hawaiian turkey sliders sound yum!


  2. Yum! Those recipes look delicious!
    Have a wonderful week!

  3. Yum! those turkey sliders sound wonderful! Thank you for sharing! I happened to come across your blog while blog hopping and really like it! I am you newest follower and would love it if you would come by and check out mine and follow too! Thanks!


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