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Week 275 Menu

Hi friends!  Can you believe it's already Thursday and I'm just getting around to posting my menu, I better keep it short and sweet.  Hopefully I'll have time to post a Bits and Pieces post tomorrow about what I've been up to and what I've been making. 

I get kind of antsy when I haven't posted my menu and it gets later in the week.  I guess it's just a habit to post early in the week since I've been doing it since 2008. 

Anyway...it's been a bit of a different week.  My barely turned eight year old son broke his arm last weekend, so we've been adjusting to having him do things one handed.  It's been a new experience for me.  Also, we're starting a major remodeling project this week, so my father-in-law has been super kind and is staying with us this week to help.  So with company, a house project, a broken arm, and the regular kid activity run-around I feel like I'm scrambling to keep up.  It's been fun though...kind of a break from our usual schedule.

All right...it's menu time:

Monday:  we had broiled parmesan tilapia with simple orzo and quinoa (options for those quinoa lovers/haters at my house)

Tuesday:  we had creamy chicken and wild rice soup, one hour rolls

Wednesday:  we had chicken sandwiches (rotisserie chicken and French bread from Sam's club)

Thursday:  we had tacos with homemade taco seasoning, quick salsa, guacamole and all the other fixings

Friday:  BBQ chicken pizza

Saturday:  broccoli cheese soup or maybe grilled burgers instead

Sunday:  Happy Mother's Day!  perfect pot roast, potatoes, gravy, etc. 


That's what we're eating at my house this week.  What about you?  What's on your menu this week?  (Even if you haven't menu planned for the weekend, feel free to share what you made Monday - Thursday, even if it's cereal.  I have nothing against cereal for dinner. :)

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