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Week 150 Menu and a Giveaway!

This is my 150th menu post!  I've been posting my menus every week since the summer of 2008.  It's been a great habit and has made dinnertime at my house a lot easier!  I don't always stick to my menu, but at least I have something planned.

Since it's my 150th post, I thought I'd have a giveaway.  It's not anything big and fancy, since I'm not Pioneer Woman.  It's just a little thank you to those of you that check my blog.  

And, the giveaway is... two 1 year subscription to the Better Homes and Garden magazine.  (2 winners!)
This is my favorite magazine.  I especially love the recipes and the decorating ideas.  

To enter the giveaway, just leave me a comment and tell me what your family's favorite meal is.  You have until Sunday, September 25, 2011 to enter.

For an additional entry, become a follower on my blog (on the right hand side) and tell me in a comment that you follow my blog.

Now on to my menu this week.  I'm using my new Ultimate List of Dinner Ideas for inspiration. 

Monday:  Orange Chicken w/rice, broccoli

Tuesday:  Chicken Tacos (in crockpot)

Wednesday:  Pork Black Bean Soup

Thursday:  BBQ Chicken Pizza

Friday: Spicy Honey Chicken salad

Saturday: easy night

Sunday:  San Francisco Pork Chops w/rice

What's on your menu this week?  Have a great week!
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