This Week’s Menu, January 22, 2017

Menu for the week of January 22, 2017

Sunday
Breakfast: Bacon and eggs
Lunch: Red beans and rice
Dinner: Salmon with sauteed spinach

Monday
Breakfast: Cheese quesadillas
Lunch: Brisket sandwiches (from frozen sliced brisket stash)
Dinner: Steak and salad

Tuesday
Breakfast: Sausage biscuit sandwiches
Lunch: Leftover brisket sandwiches
Dinner: Spaghetti with garlic bread

Wednesday
Breakfast: Breakfast burritos
Lunch: Corndogs
Dinner: Baked chicken

Thursday
Breakfast: Pancakes
Lunch: Leftover chicken in sandwiches
Dinner: Shrimp-fried rice and egg rolls

Friday
Breakfast: Oatmeal
Lunch: Leftover shrimp-fried rice
Dinner: Taco night

Saturday
Breakfast: Leftover pancakes
Lunch: Tabouli and hummus
Dinner: Cheeseburgers

 

What a week it’s been. For those of you who caught last Monday’s post, 75% of my house was stripped bare of furniture and then workmen sanded, scraped, and refinished all my wood floors. It took them three and a half days and they did a magnificent job.

I’ll have to post pictures later this week. As I write this I’m cooped up in a tiny room with only my laptop. We probably won’t be able to move furniture back until Monday.

For now I’m glad it’s over.  It’s hard on man and beast alike when our routines are so disrupted. Probably the only ones who didn’t notice a difference were the farm animals.

We still have furniture to move, but at least the house is ours again. No more smell, no more noise. Home, sweet home.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Good feeling for the work to be done! We had salmon tonight too! With twice baked potatoes, salad, and cheese/garlic bread sticks. Son and family joined us so we tend to make a bit more when they are over to send leftovers 🙂

    betty

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