This Week’s Menu, November 11, 2018

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Menu for the week of November 11, 2018

Breakfast: Sausage kolaches
Early Dinner: Steak

Breakfast: Steel cut oats
Early Dinner: Soup

Breakfast: Migas (recipe)
Early Dinner: Lynn’s pot roast (recipe)

Breakfast: Bacon and eggs
Early Dinner: Chili

Breakfast: Steel-cut oats
Early Dinner: Leftover pot roast

Breakfast: Steel cut oats
Early Dinner: Taco night (Make your own tacos)

Breakfast: Breakfast out — garage sales
Early Dinner: Fried fish

We’re having unusually cool weather for the next two weeks. It’s 15 degrees cooler than normal for a November in Texas. It’s not bad, but I’m a little miffed that chilly weather hit us early.

I’m going to try to post on my usual days, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday but it might be hit or miss from now through Christmas. We’re trying to play catch up since it got cooler sooner than we expected, so we’re speeding up the schedule on a few of our winterizing projects.

Some of my northern friends already have snow! We get snow every few years. It’s so pretty. Fortunately, it doesn’t last long. Just long enough for a Kodak moment.

How’s the weather by you? Any snow?




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  1. Maria we are expecting showers, a bit of sun and some freezing this week. Not all on same day thankfully but right now it is still in high 40’s outside and too chilly for me too. I look forward to more warm weather and sun but will have a waiting period before it comes back our way.

    Snow and Kodak moments indeed, nice memory but not something this South Texas born woman wants regularly.

  2. Not a sign of rain. It was hot during the days until Thursday or so, with temps getting cold at night. We were swinging from 40’s to 80’s on a daily basis. The last few days have been cooler – low 70’s, and now high 60’s. It’s getting into the 30’s at night. It was 35 degrees this morning when we walked to the store to pick up the paper.

    But no rain. It’s windy and the sun has been hidden behind a sky of smoke, blown from the northern fires. THOSE people have paid the ultimate price for dry weather – an entire town is just… gone.

    Man, I wish it would rain.

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