what we ' re eating 11/14-11/20

I've had a REALLY hard time getting back on the menu planning bandwagon since we got back from our trip.  Ok, I've had a really hard time getting back on ANY bandwagon since we got back from our trip.  However, it is most noticeable in the menu planning department...especially when I work.  I think we ate some variation of pasta at least twice if not three times last week.  Not ok.Thank goodness John has been great about making up for my laziness lack of motivation.  I'm so lucky to have him around! Last night we had Chicken Picatta and Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes.  John originally came up with chicken in some sort of tomato sauce with mashed potatoes, but we didn't have any tomatoes.  A quick Googling of "chicken recipes" took me to this Chicken Picatta recipe...sold!  (Anything with capers is always a hit) It was so good I forgot to take a picture of it before I took a bite! After dinner I sat down and planned dinner for the rest of the week.  It was painful and took 100,000 times longer than it should (John: "is that what you've been doing this whole time?  You should have told me...I could have helped." - such a nice guy...and he probably is really hoping we actually eat dinner every night this week). Monday:  Roasted Vegetable Enchiladas Tuesday: Baked Spaghetti Squash with Tomato and Riocotta Wednesday: Chicken Apple Quesadillas and Tomato Soup Thursday: Spinach Feta Casserole Friday: Pasta with Roasted Balsamic Tomato Sauce Saturday: Pizza (from whatever is left in the fridge) Sunday: Leftovers I plan on adding meat to the Baked Spaghetti Squash and/or the Spinach Feta Casserole. I'm also trying out new recipe organization software on my iPad.  I was just using Google Docs, which is great because you can access it anywhere, but the mobile version is really buggy sometimes and it's hard to format things the way I want.  After scouring the internet, I settled on an app called Paprika.  It was $5 for iPad.  You can get it for your phone and your computer, but you have to pay for those separately - and the desktop version is $20.  I figured I should test it out on my most used for cooking device before I committed to buying the desktop version too (I find it easier to enter recipes from my computer, but the iPad app has some nice features that takes some of the tedium of entering recipes away...more on that later if I decide I like it).