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Week 311 Menu

Hi guys!  How was your weekend?  I guess it's not over for everyone, because of President's Day today.  I'm happy to have my kids home from school today.  Hopefully we can get the house tidied and some big homework projects done, then we can play!

How was your Valentine's Day?  We celebrated by having a few giggly fifth grade girls over for a make-your-own pizza night.  (Forgive the "action" cell phone shot.  Someday I'll get out my big camera...)
I posted a little about our v-day on facebook and instagram.  We made my favorite recipe of peanut butter cookies (my grandma's recipe) and topped them with dove heart chocolates.  Holy cow, so good!  And a little addictive too.  It's probably good that they're gone, so I don't have to finish them off.  :)

I've been doing pretty well at sticking to my menu the last few weeks.  It's been so nice to have a plan and it's helped me not have to run to the grocery store every day!

Menu time...

Monday:  broiled parmesan tilapiasimple orzo pilaf

Tuesday: sausage and potatoes

Wednesday: soup and salad (baked potato soup)

Thursday: hamburgers and baked fries

Friday: slow cooker kalua pork and coconut rice

Saturday: breakfast for dinner or leftovers

Sunday: bistro chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, one hour rolls

What are you making this week?  I love it when you share!  Have a great day.  :)

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If you need more dinner inspiration, here are some links for you. 

Click here for to see all of my menu plans (#311 of them!).
Click here for my "Ultimate List of Dinner Ideas" (all the meals I make on a regular basis).
Click here for freezer meal ideas.

And, just for fun.  Check out my menu ideas from this week in February the last five years.
One year ago - Week 265 
Two years ago - Week 217
Three years ago - Week 168
Four years ago - Week 122 
Five years ago - Week 71
Six years ago - Week 25 

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