Don't forget to feed our furry and feathered friends!! Heres a great recipe for birds and squirrels......its fun to make with the kids and the hours of animal watching out of our kitchen window is priceless!

Peanut butter stuffed pine cones

Get some pine cones and tie string around em so you can hang em in the trees or where ever.

1 cup chunky natural peanut butter no salt

1 1/4 cup coarse yellow corn meal

1/2 cup raisins

1/2 cup shelled peanuts

3 or 4 large pine cones and natural string or twine.

Begin by tying a length of string around the upper middle part of the cone.

Mix together all ingredients. Using your hands and a teaspoon or Popsicle stick pack the mixture into the pine cones grooves afterwards roll it in bird seed and hang some where you can watch the lil critters go wild!!

Anyway my meal plan!!!

Carry over meal is Spanakopita and pork skewers

Lasagna and salad

Steak, twice baked potatoe and cauliflower with cheese

tuna melts and fries

butter chicken rice corn

roast with yorkshire puddings and corn

pork chops and cheddar pasta with veggies

Sorry pretty boring this week!!! My mind is else where!! hope you all have a great week!!

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6 Responses
  1. Natalie Says:

    You're the second person I've seen with twice baked potatoes on the menu...I love those things! Have a great week!

  2. Lorie Says:

    Sounds good! Happy Thanksgiving!

  3. Sandra Says:

    Yummy, everything sounds sooo good.

    Happy Thanksgiving :)

  4. tegdirb92 Says:

    Love the pine cone recipe and your meal plan looks delicious!! Have a joyous Thanksgiving!!

  5. SueakaNana Says:

    ok shari, i posted the artichoke and spinach dip for ya, now get off my case haha no just kidding, good player my butt good cheater and no one noticed haha. hopefully we can be on the same team again. ttyl.

  6. Gwen Says:

    What a nice idea for bird feeding! I think I might try this!

    ps - I seriously like your daughter's finger painting skills. I'm not kidding, I would totally frame that and hang it in my house. Wow!