In the Kitchen with Linda & Dinner Menu

I made Salisbury Steak last week for the first time in a long time. It turned out great. I didn’t have any beef broth, so I made sort of an onion cream sauce for it. I did use some of the drippings from cooking the hamburger patties to make it, so it had some beef flavor. I didn’t write down what I did, lol, so I guess I’ll have to make it again to do that. lol

salisbury steak

You can’t see the actual “steak” for all that yummy gravy. lol

After boiling two turkey carcasses, I put several bags of turkey broth in the freezer. I had planned on canning it, but then remembered that the big burner on my stove is out. No way would one of the little burners keep the big canner going. So into the freezer the broth went.

turkey broth freezer

That’s 3 – 8 cup bags, and 4 – 4 cup bags of broth sitting in the freezer just waiting to be made in to yummy, nutritious meals. When I make my broth, I don’t season it, or add vegetables or anything else. So this is pure turkey broth.  I like seasoning in the final meal stage. That way, I can turn it into anything I want. Turkey Alfredo? Coming right up. Mexican Soup? No problem.  Yum….why didn’t I put those on this weeks menu? Oh well, there’s always next week. lol


Now…. to answer the question that I get asked about a hundred times a day……….What’s For Dinner? See my menu below!

In the Kitchen with Linda – Dinner Menu:

Saturday – Sabbath- Make ahead meals- Homemade Sloppy Joes on homemade buns with home canned corn, and home canned pears

Sunday – soup & sandwich day – Turkey sandwiches on homemade bread

Monday – chicken – Baked turkey, mashed potatoes, cauliflower

Tuesday – pizza/pasta – Spaghetti with homemade meat sauce, broccoli

Wednesday – beef – Meatloaf, baked potatoes, corn

Thursday – chicken – Turkey a la Mama over brown rice

Friday – Sabbath Dinner –  Cheeseburgers on homemade buns, oven fried potatoes, green beans


For more ideas, visit Menu Plan Monday

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