I checked our calendar and checked it again. Unless something comes up that we don’t yet know about we should be able to eat dinner at home all week. I know! I’m as surprised as you are. David has an Emergency Medical Responder refresher course on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings but as long as we eat around 5:15 we can make this work.
- Busy Day Swiss Steak
- steamed rice
I’m hoping to make time to bake bread today. Fresh, whole wheat bread still warm from the oven and slathered in butter is almost a meal in itself. David has his EMR refresher course at 6 and I’m planning to attend a poetry series event at the local university which begins at 6:30 so that’s another reason for a simple meal with easy cleanup.
- big salads
- homemade bread
I’ll make a big pan of enchiladas and take some to my parents on the way to choir rehearsal.
- sour cream enchiladas
- Mexican rice
- chips and salsa
- grilled Bourbon Whiskey brats
- Hawaiian hot dog buns
- french fries
- fruit salad
- Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin with White Wine Butter Sauce
- egg noodles
For the first time in ages we have an entire Saturday with no commitments! We plan to sleep until 9 a.m. (assuming no one calls us) and then each of us is going to work on a project for a couple of hours. David is going to clean out his closet and I’m working on our laundry room. Then we are going to do something fun. We may go see a movie or maybe drive somewhere out of town for a nice dinner. I can’t wait!
Mexican food after church and save half for dinner.
What’s on YOUR menu this week?
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