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Week 375 Menu: 2nd Week of School

Hi there!  I'm happy to be back menu planning.  My family is happy that I am back at menu planning.  My husband was gone all of last week for work and half of the week before that.  I have a hard time making and planning a whiole week of menus when I know my kids don't really care that much about dinner.  I did make good dinners several times, but we also just winged it quite a few nights too.

Last week my kids went back to school.  Getting back into the swing of things happens so fast.  Now we're full into a busy schedule.  I'm trying my best to simplify our activites and be better prepared.  

I actually started writing this blog post on Monday, and now it's Thursday and I'm finishing it so I can go grocery shopping.  

So, here's what we had this week:

Monday:  Labor Day BBQ - I made this favorite dip and scotcharoos for dessert

Tuesday:  navajo tacos

Wednesday:  french dip flatbread wraps (not my best idea to use flatbread for a wrap since the meat kept falling out, I better stick with rolls or pitas)

Thursday:  bistro chicken, mashed garden potatoes, and garden green beans

Friday:  homemade pizza

Saturday:  fried sausage, potatoes, peppers and onions

Sunday:  taco soup (my VERY picky 7 year old requested it)

I'm off to start a post for next week's menu so I can grocery shop more efficiently!  What have you been eating this week?  Feel free to share.  I love it when you do.

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