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Week 400 Menu: 400!!!

Me and my kiddos at the LDS conference center pictured with my great, great, great grandpa Parley P Pratt.
Hi there!  This is my 400th weekly menu!  I started blogging in August of 2008, almost 9 years ago!  I've posted my menus almost every week since then.  I've missed a few weeks when we were on vacation or things were super crazy and blogging had to take a back seat but that didn't happen too often.  It's been fun to look through my menus over the years.  I make a lot of the same things that I made back in the early years, not all recipes are timeless but some are.  

I was hoping to get something together for a little giveaway, but with spring break last week, a birthday last weekend, Easter coming up, and tons of other things going on I haven't gotten anything ready.  So, maybe sometime soon because 400 is a lot of weekly menus and I feel like celebrating!  Thanks to those of you that follow along!    

Anyway...we have some crazy evenings the next few nights, so I need to get menu planning to make my life less stressful.

So, here's our plan for this week (even though it's halfway over):

Monday:  tacos

Tuesday:  we had honey garlic chicken with angel hair, green beans and carra carra oranges

Wednesday:  pizza (not homemade...haha)

Thursday: fried sausage, potatoes and peppers

Friday: feeding the missionaries plus a few people - grill teriyaki burgers, 7 up chicken, baked beans, pasta salad, homemade salsa and chips, warm chocolate pudding cookies for dessert

Saturday: kid birthday party - hot dogs over fire pit, salad bar, smores bar 

Sunday: Easter - ham, funeral potatoes, big salad, roasted green beans, bunny rolls, maybe some lemon pudding cake for dessert

What about you?  What have you been eating this week?  Or what do you have planned for this weekend?  Feel free to share.  I love it when you do.

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