We headed out of town for the weekend for a quick getaway, but here are a few meals we made from our weekly menu this week.

Our weekly menu will give you some good dinner ideas!

We’re down in Galveston, Texas this weekend for a little beach vacation before the boys head back to in-person school tomorrow. So I made a very loose weekly menu this week because I needed to clear out the fridge a bit.

But we made a few delicious things and we have a really good recipe planned for tonight for Sunday dinner when we get back!

Pan Seared Rib-Eye

On Monday we celebrated Labor Day. Philip grilled some ribeye steaks that we’d bought at Costco a few weeks ago on sale, but if you don’t have a BBQ grill, I swear by THIS RECIPE for cooking them in a pan on your stovetop.

Green Chile Stew

We’ve been loving all things green chile this summer. Philip found this recipe on Pinterest for CROCKPOT GREEN CHILE STEW and we gave it a try. The picture makes it look gross, but it was amazing.

It took a little prep work in the morning, and my grocery store didn’t have hatch chiles so I substituted anaheim peppers (I still used hatch enchilada sauce) and instead of roasting the chiles in the oven, I just charred them on the stovetop. It was delicious.

I served it with fresh homemade tortillas.

French onion soup

Philip and I both love French onion soup. I probably wouldn’t usually make it for Sunday dinner, but since we’re heading back from Galveston today, I needed a recipe that didn’t take a lot of prep work.

Brown Butter Toffee Cookies

We’re making these for dessert tonight. Cookies are my very favorite dessert, and I love trying new recipes. You can’t go wrong with brown butter AND toffee!

See the rest of my weekly menus right here

Weekly Menu, September 7-13

weekly menu collage of meals

We headed out of town for the weekend for a quick getaway, but here are a few meals we made from our weekly menu this week.

 

Our weekly menu will give you some good dinner ideas!

We’re down in Galveston, Texas this weekend for a little beach vacation before the boys head back to in-person school tomorrow. So I made a very loose weekly menu this week because I needed to clear out the fridge a bit.

But we made a few delicious things and we have a really good recipe planned for tonight for Sunday dinner when we get back!

 

weekly menu ribeye

Pan Seared Rib-Eye

On Monday we celebrated Labor Day. Philip grilled some ribeye steaks that we’d bought at Costco a few weeks ago on sale, but if you don’t have a BBQ grill, I swear by THIS RECIPE for cooking them in a pan on your stovetop.

weekly menu green chile stew

Green Chile Stew

We’ve been loving all things green chile this summer. Philip found this recipe on Pinterest for CROCKPOT GREEN CHILE STEW and we gave it a try. The picture makes it look gross, but it was amazing.

It took a little prep work in the morning, and my grocery store didn’t have hatch chiles so I substituted anaheim peppers (I still used hatch enchilada sauce) and instead of roasting the chiles in the oven, I just charred them on the stovetop. It was delicious.

I served it with fresh homemade tortillas.

 

weekly menu french onion soup

French onion soup

Philip and I both love French onion soup. I probably wouldn’t usually make it for Sunday dinner, but since we’re heading back from Galveston today, I needed a recipe that didn’t take a lot of prep work.

 

browned butter toffee cookies from our weekly menu

Brown Butter Toffee Cookies

We’re making these for dessert tonight. Cookies are my very favorite dessert, and I love trying new recipes. You can’t go wrong with brown butter AND toffee!

See the rest of my weekly menus right here

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