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This week is looking way too busy already. We have a church fellowship on the 4th that looks like it’s going to be a blast. Thursday night youth choir practice was canceled because of it, but that puts 3 lessons on Wednesday as a result (two of my students’ lessons are right before youth choir). Oh well. Busy isn’t all bad – everything should be pretty fun!
The salmon on Sunday was a real treat. I couldn’t find the tilapia at the grocery store, and since the salmon was only $.40 more a pound, that’s what we bought. It’s been a LONG time since we’ve had salmon and we all enjoyed it. I sauteed it in some olive oil and a bit of soy sauce. YUM.
Here’s our dinner menu:
Sunday – salmon, broccoli, cucumber salad
Monday – chicken parmesan, green beans, fruit salad
Tuesday – cheesy beef and rice, carrots
Wednesday – ginormous tossed salads
Thursday – chicken artichoke casserole, green beans
Friday – Fourth of July – fellowship at church – hot dogs and hamburgers, basically picnic food
Saturday lunch – vegetable egg bake of some sort/breakfast for lunch
Saturday supper – leftovers or hamburger patties and squash, potato, and onion stir fry
Lunches – leftovers, salads, tuna, or wraps
Sides – fresh veggies
You can read more menu plans over at Heavenlyhomemakers.com.