What's for Dinner?

A friend of mine has this awesome blog where she also plans her weekly menu and shares with the rest of us. I thought I'd try creating my own menu for the week and see if I can follow through with it. What are you planning to cook this week?

Week of 3/22 - 3/28:

Monday: Zesty Ravioli Skillet and green salad (30 minutes)

Tuesday: Pork Enchiladas (Chelsea's recipe) (start the night before: 4 hours in crockpot)

Wednesday: Hawaiian haystacks (40 minutes)

Thursday: Lentil Soup (1 hour)

Friday: Caribou Roast (10 hours in crockpot) with potatoes, carrots, mushrooms

Saturday: Salpicón - salad with leftover caribou meat (20 minutes) and bean quesadillas

Sunday: Shrimp stir-fry (30 minutes)

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Becca said...

Hi Rita! This doesn't have anything to do with this post, but I wasn't sure if you would check back on my blog for the answer to your question about my bed, so here goes.

We got the hardware from a store called Woodcraft, I think they have stores all over or you could buy online, we found them just by googling "bed hardware". We had to put them on a different way than what they are meant for because in Ana's plan, the inside edge of the rail goes right up against the inside edge of the 4x4 so there is no place to screw in the angled piece. If you look at this picture, http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=5783&filter=bed%20hardware you will see the way the hardware is meant to be used and compare that picture to the one Ana posted to see what we did. We put the angled piece on the rail and the flat piece on the headboard or footboard instead of the other way. I'm sure you could also do it without a router, but then you would have about a 1/4" gap between your headboard and rails, we just wanted it to be flush. You would use the router to make an indent in the wood where the hardware would fit in (just like hinges on a door). Hopefully that makes sense!

Rita said...

Thanks, Becca, I did get an email about it when you replied.


Rit, all this menu looks so awesome! and very fresh/healthy. good job!!