Meal Plan for March 5-11

So last week I tried a new recipe for Venison Steak, and my husband said it was “gourmet!’  For a woman who, 5 years ago, could only make about 5 meals–and they all came from either frozen chicken breasts or ground beef–this is an amazing compliment!

I am LOVING meal planning, even though we often switch meals around, and sometimes 1 or 2 of them don’t get made during a week.  Still, at least 4-5 nights a week we follow our meal plan pretty closely, and it has been so much fun to serve my family in this way!

This week, I even bought a new springy Pioneer Woman tablecloth, and some great placemats and cloth napkins to make our table more lovely.  It’s so sweet to see my boys using the cloth napkins, and they can’t shred them like they do the paper ones!  (They are 1 & 2 years old…)


Sunday, March 5garlic-pork-roast

Monday, March 6chicken-piccata-with-crispy-garlic

*NEW Recipe!  And I’m even going to try to make myself eat salad!  Here’s hoping that Romaine lettuce has a better texture than Iceberg….  We shall see!

Tuesday, March 7

  • Deer Chili with Crackers
  • Hot Dogs

Wednesday, March 8

  • Open-Faced Roast Deer

*I promise a post is coming this week on those Quick & Easy Deer Recipes!

Thursday, March 9

Friday, March 10

Saturday, March 11

This is yummy goodness, especially for my 2 pizza-loving boys!  And it’s so easy!  It’s the only reason I ever buy canned biscuits!

So tell me,
What’s for dinner at your house this week?




I have a FREE printable meal planner that I designed in January.  I am LOVING using it each week to plan my meals, and it looks cute on my fridge!  There are also printable recipe cards for a few recipes on this page, that you can download.

4 thoughts on “Meal Plan for March 5-11

  1. *I promise a post is coming this week on those Quick & Easy Deer Recipes! LOL you must have heard me all the way at your house.

    Everything looks delicious.

    I like the romaine lettuce better. It’s a little crunchier, if that the way to describe it because of the rib running through the leaf. It also seems to have a longer shelf life in the fridge, in my opinion. God Bless you 🙂

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  2. Yeah I know what you mean. I use to not like salad but as I’ve gotten older, I love it now. Fresh makes the difference, so we don’t eat as much of it in the winter but once spring hits, we have a salad at least a couple times a week. With a meal or as a meal. We’ll throw something on the grill, slice it up, and put on top. If the weather isn’t nice I’ll blacken some chicken or pork, slice it and put it on top.

    Yes a whole bowl is huge, since you haven’t managed but a few bites out you’ll be posting salad recipes soon 🙂

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