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Last year, right before Thanksgiving, Ibotta was giving rebates for a whole dinners worth of food for Thanksgiving. I don’t usually make green bean casserole, so I had the bag of French Fried Onions in my pantry. I finally used them last week!
I crushed them up and coated chicken with them! It was so good!! I will definitely be on the lookout for a sale on the onions again!
I dipped the chicken breast into egg, then into the onion crumbs.
I baked them in the oven. The family loved them!
I served it with asparagus. And I don’t remember what carb we had. lol I was concentrating on the chicken lol
I got some pork loin on sale. $1.69 a pound. It used to be cheaper. sigh But everything has gone up. ugh. I cut each of the about 4 pound loins in half, put one half in the freezer whole, and sliced the other half into chops. I had 4 loins, so I now have 7 bags of pork loin in the freezer. We ate one bag of chops that night. If you can find pork loin like this in your store, it makes the most tender chops!
My husband bought corn on the cob from someone that came into his work. It was good, but the cobs were a little sparse.
Did you know that every strand of silk has to be pollinated? That’s why these cobs aren’t full, they weren’t all pollinated correctly.
I don’t know about you, but I sure have the hardest time getting hard boiled eggs to come out perfectly every time. I boiled some on Saturday for egg salad on Sunday. They came out so perfect, I had to take a picture! lol I almost wished I wasn’t chopping them up into salad. lol
Peaches were on sale, so I bought a big bag. My husband ate a few, and my daughter made cobbler out of the rest! So good! Of course, we served it with vanilla ice cream! Yummmmmmm
In The Kitchen with Linda & Dinner Menu
Now…. to answer the question that I get asked about a hundred times a day……….What’s For Dinner?
Monday – chicken or turkey – Chicken breasts marinated in Italian salad dressing, rice, corn on the cob, beets
Tuesday – pizza/pasta – Pasta with meat sauce, green beans
Wednesday – Taco Night- tacos with all the fixin’s
Thursday – pork or chicken – Son’s birthday, his request – Lasagna!
Friday – Quick & Easy – take out
Saturday – Quick & Easy or Husbands Choice – Grilling! Not sure what yet……
Sunday – soup & sandwich day – Soup & sandwiches, or leftovers
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