Monday, July 26, 2021

Menu Plan Monday

 It's time for another menu plan! I'll be heading to Portland this weekend to pick up the kids, celebrate a birthday & my parents 50th anniversary. M will be dining solo for part of the week. :-) 

  • Friday - we got delicious takeout Greek food. I had a gyro bowl, and we will definitely be back.
  • Saturday - grilled barbecued chicken salad (me), wings & caprese (M)
  • Sunday - steak & coleslaw
  • Monday - grilled chicken salad & caprese
  • Tuesday - steak & zucchini
  • Wednesday - I'll be eating with my sister & BFF, but M will be finishing up the grilled chicken, coleslaw & zucchini
  • Thursday - we're going to a winery, & will bring a picnic
  • Friday -  I'm going to a tapas place. 

That's it from our side. Starting next week, we will be back to feeding the hungry teens, while juggling numerous sports practices & the inevitable return to school. I'm looking forward to it! :-) 

What about you? What's on your menu this week? 

9 comments:

  1. I've got a 3.5 pound pork loin on low in the slow cooker and will use that for sliced meat, mushroom gravy and potatoes one meal, pork fried rice, and pulled pork o bun with tator tots. I'll make a modified lo mein for lunches today and my daughter and I both tomorrow. We do need real groceries, but I'm trying to make sure I don't waste all that great produce from my daughter. She bort roasted sweet potato with her sandwich and yogurt today.

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    1. Yum - all of that sounds delicious! I love pork fried rice.

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  2. I'm goofed up on posts and days so maybe already posted that I'm cooking a large pork loin and will use for several meals. We do need to grocery shop though.

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  3. We are having garlic chicken for dinner tonight along with sweet potatoes and broccoli. Your menu sounds delicious.

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    1. Oh, that sounds great. I miss sweet potatoes (and really, all potatoes), since my husband can't have them.

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  4. WOw 50 years! That is great. Will there be a celebration?

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    1. My parents aren't big on parties (well, let me restate - my dad is, my mom isn't ;-)). We celebrated in Hawaii (part of the reason for the trip, plus a belated 70th for my dad). We're having a small family gathering this weekend - it's the anniversary + my nephew's birthday.

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  5. Your menu sounds wonderful.

    God bless.

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