Who me, menu planning?

I am glad to be joining the Menu Swap again!  I took on too many commitments for April-May, and while they were a lot of fun, I’m also very, very grateful to be done.  This is the first time in months that I haven’t had an immediate looming deadline, and I’m luvin’ it.

Our hostess this week is Heather of Celiac Family, and she is now the weekly coordinator of the swap as well.  She’s chosen chocolate as the ingredient, and I’m conflicted.  I would love to have chocolate, and it’s given me bad reflux lately, so I’ve been avoiding it the past few weeks.  But it’s also my birthday Weds…so we shall see whether it’s meant to be.  Since the Washingtonian featured my Chocolate Rasp pie a few weeks back, it’s been on my mind….But I will be making a pie this weekend, because I’m seeing my family and it’s my sister’s birthday too.

Oh, and squee and family?  They’ve left, no forwarding address. (click to enlarge the pic, he’s cuter that way!) They were around last weekend, but haven’t been seen since.  While I do truly miss them, I am enjoying the baby squirrels and chipmunks.  And now I don’t feel like I’m about to witness a murder each time I see a squirrel go near the shed, which is a huge relief.

Monday:
Chicken on baby greens.  E bought a huge tub of baby greens, and since I’m the only one who eats them, that means a whole lotta greens. There can be too much of a good thing…

Tues:
Malaysian Sunflower Chicken curry from Spice and Herb Bible

Weds:
No birthday plans yet, but I’m not cooking…

Thursday:
Pesto-d Fish w/Garlic Scape Pesto

Friday:
Leftovers

Saturday: Coconut banana pie for my sister’s birthday–Cheryl friendly, if it’s good, I’ll post.

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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5 Responses to Who me, menu planning?

  1. NO more squee??? Awww… I’m going to miss them!! But I hope they move on to a happy home elsewhere!! And Yay to no more imminent squirrel deaths! haha!! Our kitties get so frustrated watching all the birds and squirrels outside our windows! lol!! HAPPY EARLY BIRTHDAY to one fab nutritionist! I hope hubby has big surprise plans for you!! AND The Sunflower Malaysian chicken sounds really delish! I will have to check out that cookbook! have a lovely week Cheryl! Happy birthday week!!

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  3. Glad to hear that life is slowing down a bit for you. The Chicken Curry sounds wonderful, but I’m drooling over the thought of the Chocolate Raspberry Pie. :) Hope you’re treated to a wonderful dinner on your birthday. Have a great week!

  4. Carrie, I know! Squee has been so much fun, and who knows, maybe he’ll be back some day. thanks so much for the b-day wishes!

    Heather, thanks! and thanks so much for hosting.

  5. I really enjoy your blog! It is always interesting to see what other people are eating. The pie sounds divine :)
    Nicole

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