This Week’s Menu, October 9, 2016

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Menu for the week of October 9, 2016

Sunday
Breakfast: Bacon and eggs
Lunch: Chili
Dinner: Grilled chicken

Monday
Breakfast: Toasted bagels
Lunch: Kielbasa sandwiches
Dinner: Roast beef and baked potatoes (anniversary dinner)

Tuesday
Breakfast: Leftover steak and eggs
Lunch: Leftover chicken
Dinner: Anniversary dinner at our favorite seafood restaurant!

Wednesday:
Breakfast: French toast
Lunch: Sausage on a bun
Dinner: Leftovers from restaurant meal. We never finish everything so I expect we’ll have enough for a second meal.

Thursday
Breakfast: Oatmeal
Lunch: FAIR food!
Dinner:  Potluck from whatever is leftover in the fridge. I doubt we’ll want to eat much after the fair.

Friday
Breakfast: Bagels
Lunch: Chicken salad sandwiches
Dinner: Beef short ribs

Saturday
Breakfast: Breakfast out since we’ll be hitting garage sales this week
Lunch: Leftover short rib sandwiches
Dinner: Spaghetti with homemade sauce

 

This is a special week! Monday is our 41st wedding anniversary. Thursday, if the weather is good, we’ll be going to the State Fair of Texas.

About Monday and why we’re staying home on our anniversary: Did you know that Sunday and Monday are the worst days to have seafood out? I heard this once and looked it up. Apparently, the last fish delivery for the week at most restaurants is Friday. Unless it makes a brisk business everyday, you run the risk of not getting the freshest fish until after the Monday deliveries.

Since we spend big $$$ on birthdays and anniversaries we want the best, so we’ll eat at home on Monday and celebrate at a restaurant on Tuesday.

Thursday, weather permitting, we’ll go to the fair. I try not to eat a lot of fair foods because that stuff is a heart attack on a stick, but one day of living dangerously shouldn’t hurt.

Do you have a yearly fair where you live? Do you ever go? Do you indulge in ‘fair food’?

In Monday’s post I plan to pick on Greg but I’m also running an informal poll about husbands in general.

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