We’ve got a difficult week ahead so I’m keeping our menu simple this week.
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We are attending a candlelight vigil at 7:30 for a friend who died this past week. We’ll need to eat early so I’m keeping it simple.
- Sweet Italian chicken sausages in marinara over pasta
- tossed green salad
- steamed broccoli
I’m attending the preview of the used book sale at our local public library at 6 p.m. We’ll eat after I get back. I’ll cook the lentils in my Instant Pot before I leave and then set it to keep warm. If I have everything else prepped before I go then all I will have to do is fry the tortillas when I get home.
Important note: At the time of this posting, the Instant Pot is a “deal of the day” on Amazon. You can get it for only $69.99 which is a great deal!
- lentil tacos
- lettuce, tomato, cheese, green onions, etc.
- Mexican rice
We have a very, very sad funeral to attend about 2 hours away. Right now I don’t know what our dinner plans will be.
It’s the final “East End Eats” music and food truck event for the season. We’ll eat there.
I think David and I may go to a nearby town for dinner and live music (something WE don’t have to plan or set up the sound for – ha!).
I want to take advantage of our nice weather so I think we’ll grill some burgers and if the mosquitos aren’t too bad we may eat on the patio.
- grilled cheeseburgers
- French fries
- baked beans
We’ll eat lunch at a Mexican restaurant after church and save half for dinner.
WHAT’S COOKING AT YOUR HOUSE THIS WEEK?
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This post is linked up at I’m an Organizing Junkie. You can find lots of menu inspiration there!