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Menu Plan Monday: April 6th~11th

Well, here we are again at the beginning of the week. It's been a good day! Church this morning, then breakfast~for~lunch and a nice long nap.


We had planned to take the kiddos to an Easter drama at a local church tonight, but it was so full we decided to try it again this weekend instead. I'm looking forward to this week! Lots of Easter fun is on the agenda!

So here's what's for dinner (at least here's what's planned unless a house showing interrupts):

Monday: chili cheese dogs with potato salad
Tuesday: beef vegetable soup and cornbread
Wednesday: steak fajitas and Spanish rice
Thursday: grilled chicken strips and pork chops
Friday: (small group) grilled burgers and the works
Saturday: fish tacos

Easter Sunday dinner has yet to be decided. We are still finalizing plans for that day and until we do, I can't plan the menu.

What do YOU have planned for Easter Sunday dinner? I'd love some fresh ideas!

Comments

Betsy Brock said…
We always have the tradition ham....the side dishes are at the whim of the cook! :)
Since I still have stitches in my hand we are going out to a really nice Easter buffet. There will be 13 of us. I hope Grampa's wallet is full of money...smiles.

Have A Wonderful Day
from Roberta Anne
Kayren said…
We're having breakfast and sunrise service at church, then regular service after Sunday school, so I don't have time to do the ham I would usually. So for now I just plan for us to eat out. Maybe you should give me ideas.

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