We have another busy week ahead of us but we also get a nice little mid-week trip to the city which I’m really looking forward to. And of course, we have Easter this Sunday, too. Let’s take a look at what’s on the Piercy menu this week…
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David has a board meeting for the volunteer fire department at 6 p.m. We just can’t seem to eat that early so it will most likely be around 7:30. This is a meal that I can “hold” if his meeting runs late.
- lemon pepper chicken
- baked potatoes
- steamed broccoli
David and I will be heading to Oklahoma City for a little mid-week getaway. We will eat dinner somewhere in the city.
We are attending an arts event at the state capitol during the day and will likely have an early supper before heading home. We have some very dear friends up there whom we haven’t seen in quite awhile. If they are free we may see if they’d like to have dinner with us.
Our church is hosting a passover celebration and then a Maundy Thursday service during which the choir will be singing. The passover observation isn’t a full Seder meal – just a symbolic one – so we will eat after the service. I’ll have the meat in the slow cooker and the rest of the meal prepared in advance so we can eat as soon as we get home.
- barbecue baby back ribs in the slow cooker
- homemade coleslaw
- cheesy cauliflower
I have a board meeting at 3 p.m. and then W=we have a Good Friday service at 7 p.m. at church (the choir will be singing so I’ll need to be there early). We’ll likely just eat a quick meal of leftovers before the service.
- turkey breast in the slow cooker
- homemade cranberry sauce
- mashed potatoes and gravy
- green beans
We are planning to spend Easter with my parents. If the weather is nice we may pack a picnic lunch and go to the lake.
- turkey and cranberry sandwiches
- homemade potato salad
- dessert (haven’t decided what that will be)
What’s on your menu this week?
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I am loving my Instant Pot. Not only is it a pressure cooker but it can also be used as a slow cooker. The best part is that it also has a sauté feature so I can brown meat in it first then switch to slow cooker. That means one less pan to wash…always a good thing!
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