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Week 361 Menu

Hi there!  I started typing this post up a few days ago, but didn't finish it.  I feel much better now that I'm finishing it up, so my week is planned!
Here are a few things from last week (mostly on instagram).  My six year old discovered that he LOVES german pancakes.  I made them twice for him over the weekend.  We've been spending plenty of time at the baseball field.  Last week both my boys played at the same time on fields that were next to each other.  It was awesome to watch two games at once.  My little guy discovered our doctor Elmo and played for a while with him (he'd rather follow me around than play with toys).  I made a quart instead of my usual pint of salsa and we gobbled it up.

This week will be another busy one with four baseball games, a birthday, soccer, piano lessons, early morning jazz band, piano lessons, helping my daughter make aebleskivers to take to a family history church youth activity, and lots more.  

I've been trying to make my to-do list a little better by putting things in categories:  errands, house work, yard work, church stuff, and computer/email/texts.  We'll see if it helps me be more productive this week. 

Menu time for this week:

Monday (4/25):  we had chicken gnocchi soup

Tuesday (4/26): chicken enchiladas (probably my favorite honey lime recipe, but without cheese and on corn tortillas for me), rice and beans, homemade salsa

Wednesday (4/27):  fried chicken sausage, potatoes, peppers and onions 

Thursday (4/28):  ham fried rice

Friday (4/29):  pesto grillled chicken, fettuccini alfredo, grilled veggies

Saturday (4/30):  BBQ chicken nachos (having mine on roasted sweet potato chips)

Sunday (5/1): orange chicken (my 10 year old's most favorite and most requested meal)

How about you?  What's on your menu plan for the week?  Feel free to share.  I love it when you do.

P.S.  My recipe tab is currently having issues, so if you're looking for one of my recipes, check out my pinterest board (I don't have all my recipes on there yet), my list of favorite dinners (categorized into Mexican, pasta, pizza, etc.) search for it in the search box on the right side or just leave me a comment and I'll send a link your way.  I'll figure it out soon...maybe when baseball is over.  

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