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Week 354 Menu: And last day for the giveaway!

Hi friends!  Happy Monday!  Before I tell you about my menu for the week, let me give you a heads up that I'll pick a winner for my GIVEAWAY tomorrow morning, so don't forget to enter!  All you have to do is leave a comment on the giveaway post telling me if you'd love to have the Our Best Bites cookbook or 6 cute, porcelain ramekins.  Your odds are VERY good and you might just win.  :)

Last week I shared how I finished reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing.  Now I can't stop going through stuff.  I am thoroughly enjoying throwing things away and taking things to the recycling center and goodwill.  It's addicting and such a freeing feeling.  Can't wait to do more.  

This week is the calm before the storm (aka baseball season for 2 kids).  Basketball season is now officially over and this week we only have soccer for one kid.  

Menu planning time.   

Monday:  roasted potatoes with fried sausage, peppers and onions.  I'll probably roast one of the butternut squash that I grew in my garden last year.  Yum!  

Tuesday:  beef stroganoff, whole wheat egg noodles, steamed veggies

Thursday:  baked potato soup, cornbread muffins, big green salad

Friday:  Swedish meatballs, IKEA gravy (thanks to my sister-in-law, Melinda for sending me a supply of gravy packets...I was out!), steamed potatoes, one hour rolls

Saturday: grill hot dogs (six year old's request), roasted sweet potatoes 

Sunday: grilled teriyaki salmon, quinoa, veggies

What are you making this week?   Feel free to share.  I love it when you do! 

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