This Week’s Menu, May 28, 2017

Menu for the week of May 28, 2017

Breakfast: Blueberry pancakes (My blueberries are ripe!)
Lunch: skipping lunch, BBQ with friends
Dinner: BBQ

Monday: Memorial Day
Breakfast: Breakfast burritos
Lunch: Sausages on the grill
Dinner: Grilled steak

Breakfast: Poached eggs and toast
Lunch: Dogs on a bun
Dinner: Country style ribs

Breakfast: Leftover pancakes
Lunch: skipping lunch
Dinner: Steak salad (with leftover steak)

Breakfast: Quesadillas
Lunch: Soup
Dinner: Leftover ribs

Breakfast: Bacon and eggs
Lunch: Corndogs
Dinner: Chicken satay: marinated thigh meat on skewers

Breakfast: Breakfast out since we’ll be hitting garage sales
Lunch: Burgers
Dinner: Chinese stir fry with veggies from the garden

We have spent the ENTIRE week cleaning out Greg’s workshop. He mumbled something about cleaning it and I told him I’d be happy to help. I neglected to mention we wouldn’t stop until it was done! LOL. I am happy to report that it is a navigable shop once more.

We were invited to two Memorial Day parties Saturday and Sunday. Monday, we’ll grill some sausages, but most of the day we’ll be burning brush and continue with organizing his shop.

Are you doing anything for Memorial Day? Do you work (at home or outside) during the holidays? I actually like to work on the holidays. Things are quieter and I have less interruptions.






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  1. I bet it was a good feeling to get Greg’s workshop navigable 🙂 Your menu sounds delicious! I’m working tomorrow, but hubby has it off. He’ll be running errands and whatnot. I decided that we would grill hamburgers Memorial Day the official start of summer and Labor Day the official end of summer, so that’s what we are doing with a side of pasta salad and beans!


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