spaetzle and green beans.
Her method is thus: Brown the thighs in a non-stick pan with a little olive oil and garlic until they are very brown. Then she covers a jelly roll pan with foil and tops it with a cooling rack. Place the thighs, skin side up on the rack and pour about a cup of white wine over the thighs. Roast at 350 for 40-50 minutes until done, about 180 degrees. The wine helps steam the thighs and oh, my goodness, they are delicious.
Breakfast Tacos and Fruit
Leftovers for lunch
Taco Cupcakess with salad
Dr. Bircher's Museli
Egg salad on lettuce, crackers, refrigerator pickles (any kind)
Homemade Mac-n-Cheese, Zucchini and carrot "fries," some type of fruit
Scrambled egg, bacon, strawberries
Mini cabbage rolls, OJ carrots, white rice, greenery, grape tomatoes
Bacon Brown Sugar Chicken, Brown Rice, Broccoli
Boiled eggs, toast, milk
Meat cubes, cheese cubes, pasta with pesto, grape tomatoes, olives, grapes
Too Easy Fettuccine Alfredo, green salad, cookies
California Roll in a Bowl
Three Cheese Potato Tacos using pre-made taco shells, Iceburg Salad, Fruit Salad
Yogurt and bananas
Crockpot roast beef, potatoes, green veg
Pancakes or Waffles
What's for dinner at your house?