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04 November 2013

Menu Plan Monday for November 4th.

Twenty nine degrees this morning. 

Told you those wooly worms don't lie.

It's time to start firing up the oven more often to help warm the house.  Plus, who doesn't love coming home to the smells of home cooking? 

This week is a busy one for me.  I'm working extra at Clarksburg and I have the craft show on Saturday - which means lots of work finalizing everything this week and setting up the church on Thursday and Friday.  I'm so excited.  There are now 47 tables with crafters and vendors.  You really should stop by if you can.  Make sure to find me and say hi. 

 
 
I feel like I say this every week, but I really do think I'm done with my putting up chores now.  I finished cutting up more chickens, made another round of stock from the bones and dehydrated a batch potatoes.  I may do another batch of potatoes.  Either way, I think I can finally put away my giant canner and supplies and get them out of the kitchen. 
 
So, here's what I'm fixing this week:
 
Monday:  Baked spaghetti, salad
Tuesday:  Crock pot chicken tacos (warming up meat from freezer), refried beans
Wednesday:  Kielbasa and potatoes, carrots
Thursday:  Venison BBQ (like pork BBQ) over baked potatoes, peaches
Friday:  Crock pot lasagna, green beans. garlic bread in the bread machine.
Saturday:  Breakfast for dinner or Colassano's pizza.
Sunday:  Crock pot roast chicken, roasted potatoes and cheesy broccoli.
 
And that's it.
 
So, what's good at your place this week?
 
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1 comment:

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