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Week 405 and 406

I'd rather be kayaking on the river, than going through piles of school work.  We've still got two more weeks of school.  I can feel summer calling....

I'm posting two menus this week...last week's and this week's. My husband was out of town last week, so that means that I am a little less organized at dinner time than usual.  I actually planned my week out on Tuesday this week, but didn't get around to posting it until now.  (Yay!)

So, here goes.  TWO week's of what we ate (or are going to eat).


Last week we ate:

Monday:  my daughter made super yummy chicken taquitos and homemade salsa

Tuesday:  cedar planked teriyaki grilled salmon, rice, broccoli

Wednesday: pizza party

Thursday: pancakes

Friday: fed the missionaries - breakfast burritos (eggs, hashbrowns, turkey sausage or bacon, cheese, homemade salsa wrapped in a tortilla) 

Saturday: leftovers

Sunday:  Asian BBQ chicken, cous cous, veggies


AND.....this week's menu:

Monday:  Memorial Day - grilled pizza

Tuesday: Swedish meatballs, steamed red potatoes, IKEA gravy and lingonberry, broccoli, green salad

Wednesday:  leftover meatballs

Thursday:  grilled chicken fajitas

Friday:  easy

Saturday: easy

Sunday:  grilled steak and sides

I'm loving the warm weather, the fresh fruit stocked in my fridge and almost every meal cooked on the grill.  Love summer!  

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

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