We have a busy week ahead with meetings and Holy Week church services. All of these activities have an impact on our menu and that’s just one of the reasons I like to plan ahead.
Dee’s Weekly Menu
David has a firefighter meeting so we need something that can be held at temperature without overcooking. Soup is always a good choice for this situation.
We have a board meeting for the non-profit we are starting. I hope it won’t last later than 6:45 but in any case it will be nice to come home to a crockpot meal.
- roast in the crockpot with…
- potatoes, carrots, onions
- tossed green salad
- Black Bean Enchiladas
- chips and salsa
It’s Holy Week and we have services at church this evening. We’ll need to eat early and since I’ll be singing in the choir it’s best if we eat light.
- grilled cheese sandwiches
- Homemade Tomato Soup
We will be attending the Good Friday service at church which begins at 7 p.m. The choir will probably have to be there early to rehearse. I think we will wait and eat dinner out somewhere afterwards instead of trying to rush another meal at home this week.
We are going to my cousin’s house on Sunday after church to celebrate Easter with our extended family. The plan is for them to pick up KFC for lunch but I really dislike KFC. I’m going to cook extra on Saturday so we can take our own food to eat with the family.
- fried chicken
- mashed potatoes and gravy
- homemade biscuits
Planned leftovers from Saturday. I’ll make extra chicken for my parents if they want it and I know my mom is planning to bring her good potato salad.
- cold fried chicken
- potato salad
Meal planning help from Little Bits of Granola:
So what’s on your menu this week?
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