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Week 318 Menu and something new



Hi everyone!  Friday is not too late to post a weekly menu, right?  It was a great memory exercise to see if I remember what we actually ate this week.  It's been a busy one!

Monday: we had taco soup

Tuesday: we had turkey meatball sandwiches (from stuff I had stashed in the freezer, so yummy!  My daughter's favorite!)

Wednesday: fried potatoes, peppers and chicken sausage

Thursday:  ham, cheesy potatoes, one hour rolls

Friday:  pizza, giant green salad, creme filled cupcakes

Saturday: easy night

Sunday: grill steak, whole wheat cous cous, salad

Yesterday we had lots of yummy food that my daughter requested for her birthday.  Crepes for breakfast!  I made cinnamon rolls and took them to the school to share with her class.  The kids commented that they thought they were storebought because they were so good.  :)  (I think adults would think the opposite...homemade = good, storebought = not so much.)  I'll take the compliment!

We decided to forgo birthday cake on the actual birthday and instead of creme filled chocolate cupcakes tonight with her friends!  I'm making them this morning.  Smelling yummy!

Oh, speaking of cinnamon rolls (a whole paragraph ago) that reminds me that I set up a NEW instagram account just for my blog @whatisonyourmenu.  
I'd been thinking about setting up a seperate account for a while now, but finally decided to do it just in case my instagram friends didn't really want to see pictures of cinnamon rolls and notifications when I post something new on the blog.  

Feel free to follow me!  I love Instagram.  I know I've said it before, but I'll say it again.  So much less annoying than Facebook.  Less notifications.  Less seeing what other people are "liking" and posting on other peoples pages.  Less ads.  Just simple, happy pictures.  

All righty...got to get going.  Have a great weekend!  And I'd love to hear what you actually ate this week, even if you're vacationing during spring break!  
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