What’s For Dinner (No. 113)

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Okay – it’s finally starting to feel like spring around here – mostly!  But I’m still craving chili.  So I think I’m going to make it one more time before spring settles in.

Jim’s Chili
Cornbread Muffins
Steamed Broccoli

NOTE:  We serve ours with fritoes and shredded cheddar.  David likes to crumble his cornbread muffin and sprinkle it in his chili.


cornbread and honey butter

Pasta Shells Florentine
Italian Bread

NOTE:  When I make this, I fill a few shells with just cheese and spaghetti sauce since I don’t like spinach.

Pasta Shells Florentine

Italian Bread

Easy Asparagus Omelet
Fruit Salad

Note:  Fruit salad is just cans of fruit mixed together.

asparagus omelet

Open-Face Pesto Turkey Burgers
Garlic Fries

Note:  The Garlic Fries are a little work so if you don’t have time or the desire, just use frozen fries.

Open Faced Pesto Burger

garlic fries

Unbelievable Burrito Casserole
Mexican Rice

NOTE:  This is one of our family favorites.  It’s not especially good for you so I don’t make it often, but every now and then we just have to have it.  It’s SO good!!!

burrito casserole

mexican rice

Dessert:  Frozen Mocha Torte

Note:  Don’t forget this needs to be made in the morning or the day before. 

frozen mocha torte

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My name is Patty & I'm a full-time homemaker. I've been a full-time homemaker most of my adult life. I thought I'd probably go back to work when my kids were grown, and I did briefly, but I came back home as soon as my first grandchild was born. I learned that home was my favorite place to be and homemaking was and is my calling.

2 thoughts on “What’s For Dinner (No. 113)

  1. Your menu looks really good this week! Funny, I’ve been craving chili as well over here. I might have to put it on our menu as well if I can figure out something easy for my boys who are on the “don’t like chili” side of the fence.

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