This Week’s Menu, August 28, 2016

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Menu for the week of August 28, 2016

Breakfast: Biscuits and gravy, a Southern tradition!
Lunch: Pastrami sandwiches and potato salad
Dinner: Stir fry

Breakfast: Cheese quesadilla
Lunch: Pastrami sandwiches
Dinner: Leftover stir fry

Breakfast: Bagels with shmear
Lunch: BLT
Dinner: Shrimp pasta with pesto

Breakfast: Bagels
Lunch: Soup
Dinner:  Samosas and tabouli

Breakfast: English muffin toast with cheesy eggs
Lunch: Leftover samosas
Dinner:  Spaghetti and salad

Breakfast: Bacon and eggs
Lunch: Egg rolls
Dinner: Steak and baked potato

Breakfast: Breakfast out.  I’m hoping to make it out to Trade Days in Canton
Lunch: Cheese and crackers
Dinner: Enchiladas


It took me all day just to do the bedroom ceiling. My neck felt like it was in a vice all week. I still have the kitchen and living room ceilings to do too.

I took a break by weeding the garden two days in a row. What was I thinking?!

Come hell or high water I need to finish the other two ceilings this week. Lots of furniture moving and climbing ladders. My legs felt like lead after the bedroom, and the living room/kitchen is three times as large.

If I can finish all the painting, I plan to take a well deserved break next week.

This week I’m attempting samosas. I’ve eaten them in restaurants but never made them. Greg said he’d be willing to try something new so I’m going to spring it on him this week.

Have you ever eaten a samosa? I’m fond of the vegetable samosas, but I’m going to do some with beef to satisfy my carnivore husband. If they turn out good, I’ll share the recipe.


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