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This next week is busy, with folks coming and going all week. Aaron’s work schedule continues to be varied as his plant waits for orders to pick up in the spring. Will leaves on Friday for Winter Camp with our church’s youth group, and he’ll be gone until Monday afternoon. Copper will work a couple of days “on call” late in the week. I’m hoping to see Corin and the grandkids on Thursday, if everyone is finally well, and I’m keeping my fingers crossed that Dani will be able to come up for a visit one day, too. We’re in town all afternoon Wednesday for piano lessons and errands. My girls and I are giving Zaycon Foods meats a try for the very first time, so I’ll be picking up our chicken in the early evening.
Busy days, like Wednesday, make meals made in the slow cooker very appealing. I’m so happy to have found a better way to use my Crockpot, and I’m happy to spend some time Wednesday morning to prep everything for Wednesday night’s dinner. I’ll use the last of the beautiful chuck roasts I picked up a few weeks ago when I followed the butcher down the meat case as he placed markdown stickers on various packages. That was a sweet providence! I’ll leave the house Wednesday, with the slow cookercooking dinner and the bread machinebaking bread, and come home to yummy aromas and a delicious, hot dinner.
Here’s our menu for the week.
Breakfast – Waffles
Lunch – Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, chips
Dinner – Maple Glazed Pork Roast (recipe in this cookbook), Couscous Pilaf, Green Salad
Breakfast – Cereal
Lunch – Canned Soup, Multi-grain Crackers
Dinner – Hamburger Patties With Mushroom Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans
Breakfast – Scrambled Eggs, Cinnamon Raisin Toast
Lunch – Every One On Their Own, Busy Day in Town
Dinner – Hearty Beef Stew (recipe in this cookbook),Even Better Whole Wheat Bread from the bread machine
Breakfast – Hot Cereal
Lunch – PBJ Sandwiches, Chips
Dinner – Burritos, Salad
Breakfast – Pancakes
Lunch – Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches
Dinner – Out for Valentine’s Day (after dropping Will off for Winter Camp)
I’m joining Laura for this week’s Menu Plan Monday.
Is menu planning new to you? Not sure where to start? Looking for some new ideas? My Menu Planning Series can help!