Monday, November 15, 2010


Here's a question for all you moms out there:
What do you fix for supper every night???!!!!
By the time I get home from work, it's 5:30ish and the boys are starving!
I've never been good about coming up with something to make for supper for more than just myself and now I have a big boy and a little boy who think it's Momma's job to figure out what we're all having for supper. Sigh.
Do any of you lovely ladies have any suggestions on something quick and easy to make for supper during the week? I'm pretty sure I heard THE hunter say if he has to eat Hamburger or Tuna Helper one more time he's boycotting! What he's going to eat during the boycotting I don't know, but I just don't have any ideas!


sarah said...

I love this cookbook

Anonymous said...

I often cook a couple of large things over the weekend like meatloaf, a casserole, and or a pasta. That way there is two meals in one dish and it is already made. So stick it back in the oven or over the stove for a 15 minutes or even in the microwave for less time and viola, homecooked meal QUICK(ish!) I have recipes on my blog that I have made and like, you can check them out!- ChrystaLyn

Lista said...

Crock pot meals! We've been doing a lot of them due to Scouts and three nights of soccer per week!

Loren said...

Amy!!! I did not know you had a BLOG!!! WOOHOO!!! I love this bloggy world and I am so happy you have joined!!

1st off! What a GORGEOUS photo of you! Such a beauty...inside and out!

Here is my little suggestion and how I manage meals for the week. We have a weekly family meeting. One topic is dinner for the week. We all share something we want for the week and I plan my menu accordingly as well as create a shopping list. It works wonderfully! These family meetings have been a huge gift and help me so much!

come say hi at my blog or blog(s) and follow if you'd like!! ~OR~ book review blog!


StitchinByTheLake said...

Your crockpot will save the day! If you haven't visited this site
then you need to do so. If you have a crockpot that comes out to be washed that's perfect. After supper at night prepare the next night's supper, in the crockpot, put in the refrigerator, and the next morning take it out and put it on to cook. Supper will be ready when you get home. You can put a whole chicken in there with no water and a little seasoning rubbed on and it tastes like a rotessierie (sp) chicken. Put pork chops in with a can of cream of mushroom soup and it's delicious. Pork chops are good with barbeque sauce on them too. And so is chicken. A round steak with a jar of mushroom gravy - great. Scan her website...she's cooked a ton of stuff in the crockpot! blessings, marlene

Dawn said...

Girl, I've posted a bunch of recipes on my blog. Go look under the labels, recipes & cooking club.

Are you on Facebook? If so, you need to add me. I post a lot of recipes in my notes.

Dawn said...

Also, if you haven't joined you should.

Here's the link to the group Cooking Corner. My friend and Jen and I are helping with the website.

Anonymous said...

Hi Amy Lynn...I mosied over from Milah's Back Porch and discovered you're a fellow Oklahoman like myself. Enjoyed your blog! Sorry, I can't help you on the supper ideas. Cooking was the class I cut a lot in high school, LOL.

Liz (aka Ninny)

QuiltSue said...

How about spag bol? It's another one where you can make up loads of sauce and freeze it. Stir fry is good - very quick, specially if you have noodles instead of rice as we do. I do know what you mean though. My DH, although great about most things, thinks that dinner planning is up to me. If I ask him for suggestions he says he doesn't know.

jayayceeblog said...

Our latest favorite is cheater soups using Bear Creek Soup Mixes. You can also make yummy stuffed chicken breasts pretty quickly with a little Boursin Cheese inside and bacon on the outside. Hmmmm. I may have to do these for dinner tonight! And always spaghetti. =D

Dawn said...

I did comment, TWICE . LOL! (Now three times!)

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