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Week 271 Menu

Hi friends!  Happy Thursday!

I'm thinking maybe I should rethink the day that I menu plan.  I usually try to do it on Monday, but haven't been very good at it lately.  I think Thursday is my favorite day of the week.  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday end up being super busy and I don't have much time to spend on the computer.  Thursday end up being my "catch up" day. Anyway...

We are in the middle of spring break right now.  We took a quick trip to Utah last week.  We visited lots of family.  And we got to attend a session of general conference, where our church leaders speak...always uplifting and wonderful!


My little girl turned ten this week too!  Can't believe I've been a mom for ten years.  Crazy!\

I have lots of things that I want to blog about.  Hopefully I'll find some time to post them.  Kids, laundry, dinner, house projects, etc. seem to take priority over blogging these days.


Menu time:

Monday:  we were on the road

Tuesday:  beef and broccoli

Wednesday:  ham, funeral potatoes, cloud light crescent rolls,

Thursday:  bistro chicken

Friday: Asian BBQ chicken, whole grain cous cous


Saturday:  beef stew

Sunday:  manicotti

All right...That's what we've been eating and are going to eat this week.  How about you?  If you haven't menu planned this week, feel free to post what you've had for dinner so far.

Have a great weekend! 
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Need more menu inspiration?  Here are some links for you...

Click here for to see all of my menu plans (#271 of them!).
Click here for my family's favorite recipes (my BEST recipes).
Click here for my "Ultimate List of Dinner Ideas" (all the meals I make on a regular basis).
Click here for freezer meal ideas. 

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