This Week’s Menu, March 20, 2016

 

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Menu for the week of March 20, 2016

Sunday
Breakfast: Toast and juice
Lunch:  Salad
Dinner:  Cheeseburgers

Monday
Breakfast:  Fried eggs
Lunch:  Pasta salad
Dinner: Ribeye steak and baked potato

Tuesday
Breakfast:  Cheese quesadillas
Lunch:  Polish sausage on a bun
Dinner: Steak salad (using leftover steak from the night before)

Wednesday
Breakfast: Breakfast tacos
Lunch: Mushroom soup
Dinner: Lasagna (from our pre-made frozen dinners)

Thursday
Breakfast: Poached eggs and bacon
Lunch: Tuna fish sandwiches
Dinner:  Shrimp lo mein

Friday
Breakfast:  Cheese and spinach omelette
Lunch:  Eggrolls
Dinner:  Taco night

Saturday
Breakfast:  Breakfast out (We almost always have breakfast out if we’re out hunting garage sales.)
Lunch:  Corndogs
Dinner: Meatball hoagies

You might’ve noticed there’s nothing complicated about this week’s menu. That’s because we have a million things to do. Off the top of my head, there’s the garden, taxes, a major renovation on Greg’s workshop, and getting ready for another garage sale in April. There are other big things on the horizon too, but I’ll tell you about them once I can breathe again.

Thankfully, many of these meals have already been prepared by us on one of our past batch-cooking binges, so all I have to do is pull them out.

Is there any special dish you make for busy nights? I’m always looking for more suggestions.

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6 Comments

  1. Angela Brown

    You guys are going to be super busy. You’very got a great menu set.

    See weekends I slowcook chicken or pork tenderloin so it can be a quick meal with steamed veggies and a quick prep starch like rice.

    Your garage sales are epic. I’m sure this one will be as well.

  2. Sloppy Joes, a salad and some BBQ baked beans are my quick-fix anytime dinner. Takes about 10 to 15 minutes to throw together. Or grilled cheese and tomato soup, which is our childhood hangover favorite meal, and takes even less time. 🙂

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