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Week 366 Menu

Hi everyone!  Did you all have a great weekend?  We had a great one.  We did plenty of work around the house (cutting down trees, etc.) but also threw in lots of fun things that made it feel like a holiday weekend.

Yesterday we went cherry picking and got lots of beautiful, sweet Rainier cherries.  Living near fruit orchards is one of my favorite things about living in Washington.  It amazes me every time I pick fruit off of a tree.  We also have been enjoying raspberries and strawberries from our garden.  

My kids are in school this week and next week and then we're finally out for the summer.  Luckily things are winding down and it's kind of nice to have the kids occupied at school and not have our evenings as crazy busy as they have been.

Menu time...

Monday (Memorial Day):  we grilled burgers, corn on the cob, watermelon, etc.

Tuesday: fried potatoes, onions, peppers and sausage

Wednesday:  spaghetti

Thursday:   slow cooker kalua pork (use for cafe rio pork tacos/salad and freeze some for later for pulled pork sandwiches)

Friday:  bbq chicken tinfoil dinners

Saturday:  easy night


What are you planning this week for dinner?  Are you done with school and in summer vacation mode?  Feel free to share your menus, I love it when you do.  

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