Whats for Dinner?

This page is more for me than anything else.  I need a spot in my life to combine all of my dinner ideas.  I also need that "spot" to be accessible from Korea, the USofA, my apartment, school, or wherever I may be.  So here is my "spot".  I have tried to link the ideas to recipes, so I can also make grocery lists as well.  I am still working on the links part.

Ideas for non-dinner:
Cereal and milk
more ideas

Ideas for dinner:
French Toast
Hawaiian Style Chili
Chicken tortilla soup
Grilled PB&J (and banana)
Fried egg on English Muffins (you can find English muffins at E-mart...there are 4 in a pack for like 1,500 won or something like that)
Mac and Cheese (add in beef from the freezer if we have any)
This recipe for Mac and Cheese is way better!
Bow-tie Lasagna (substitute yogurt for sour cream)
Broccoli Cheese Soup
Mozzarella Mushroom Chicken
Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup
Chicken w/ rice and salsa
Easy Dinner from Bethany Z.
Thai Chicken Pasta 
Spinach Ricotta Shells
Cheeseburger Zucchini Boats
Some variation of this: Broccoli Primavera with Cheese Sauce
Korean cooking
The best chicken salad sandwich EVAH!
Pesto Cream Pasta (Emart has pesto now!)

Side Dishes:
Mashed Potatoes
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Baked Potatoes
Baked Sweet Potatoes
Microwave Broccoli
Apple + PB

from the Homemade mix  I love this mix, can not get enough of it!
Cinnamon Banana Pancakes
Cinnamon Bun Pancakes
Tiramisu Pancakes

French Toast + Pancakes
Fluffy French Toast
Chocolate Chip Buttermilk Pancakes
Gingerbread Pancakes
Chocolate Chip and Candied Bacon Pancakes with Nutella Maple Syrup (no comment)

Homemade Coffee Creamer

No Bake Fudgy Oat Cookies
No Bake Cinnamon Rolls 
Sometimes Ian makes chocolate chip cookie dough and we just eat it out of the bowl!  (not healthy but delicious)

5 minute Chocolate Cake in a Cup!
I can make a cake in my coffee cup in the microwave!  All you do is mix, 4 tablespoons of flour with 4 tablespoons of sugar and 1/2 tablespoon of unsweetened coco powder. Then 2 Tablespoons of a whisked egg (half an egg maybe)  it is really hard to stir at this point.  After that mix in 3 tablespoons milk and 3 tablespoons oil.  After that 3 tablespoons of chocolate chips (also bought from homeplus, way over priced but I do not care)  and 1/2 tablespoon of vanilla (which can also be purchased from homeplus)  Nuke it for 3 or 3.5 minutes and walla - a cake!  It is perfect for sharing with my amazing husband.  All of the chocolate chips go to the bottom, but I do not care!  It tastes like a real cake!