I've thought about making some sort of menu board to aid in menu planning and grocery shopping, but several searches through pinterest left me feeling lackluster. Everything I saw was either too involved, or ineffectually simplistic. However, last night I noticed this (pic below) menu board my niece Cathy pinned. It's perfect. Simple, but effective. I'm going to create something similar.
Along the same lines, I made something pretty good and easy for supper tonight. I had skinless, boneless chicken breasts in the freezer. I put them in the crockpot. I peppered them, then squeezed the juice of one lime over, followed by a package of Good Seasons Garlic and Herb salad dressing mix. I cooked on low for about three and a half hours. It turned out really tasty and tender. I actually cooked it a little longer than three and half hours, but I think that time would be perfect for a little more moisty juiciness! ;) I heated up leftover blackeyed peas, boiled some potatoes and topped with a bit of butter and fresh dill, and baked some cornbread. YUM!