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Week 267 Menu

Hi friends!  Can you believe that it's already Wednesday night?

Monday morning I sat down at the computer right after my kids left for the bus stop and I started typing up this post.  Then the following happened:  naps, doctor appointment, dentist appointment, preschool drop off and pick up, homework, lots of piano practicing, violin practicing, piano lessons to teach, baby teething two molars, loads and loads of laundry, grocery shopping, indoor soccer practice, help in school classroom, etc., etc., etc.  Whew!  Just a typical week.

Now it's Wednesday evening and I'm finally going to finish posting my menu.  Probably mostly because I have no idea what to make for dinner for the rest of the week and blogging is kind of therapeutic for me. 

Yesterday I had no idea what to make for dinner.  I asked my sweet sister-in-laws on facebook what they were making, hoping for some inspiration.  They're all fabulous cooks!  All their ideas sounded great.  Right before I started teaching piano lessons in the afternoon, my doorbell rang and my sweet visiting teacher (who is the sweetest grandma from Switzerland) was holding a basket with a beautiful loaf of Swiss bread in it.  I immediately knew that I needed some soup to eat with it.  So after my lessons were over I whipped up some chicken noodle soup.  
The bread was delicious!  It was like a giant croissant.  Yum!  The soup was pretty good too, except that I'm scatterbrained and might have salted it a few times instead of just once.  (I got a little carried away salting my kalua pork on Sunday too.  I better watch myself with the salt.  Eek!)

Anyway...that bread was too good not to tell you about.  Food makes me happy!  Especially when it appears on my doorstep without any effort for me. 

So, anyway...here's my menu plan for this week.


Monday:  we had BBQ pork sandwiches topped coleslaw, oven fries, fruit

Tuesday: we had chicken noodle soup with homemade noodles

Wednesday: we had chicken caesar salad wraps


Thursday:  Swedish meatballs, mashed potatoes, green salad, homemade whole wheat bread (recipe coming soon)

Friday: brats & burgers, guacamole, quick salsa & homemade tortilla chips

Saturday: easy night, probably pizza

Sunday: breakfast burritos

What are you having this week?  Or what have you had the last few days?

Have a great rest of the week!

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