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Menu Plan for November 7 - 20th-ish

Ahh, yes, the menu plan. I remember thee this week. I forgot about thee last week and we had a week of not eating so well. Alas, I made up for that over the weekend with corned beef casserole, oven beef stew, french toast, corn casserole, and chicken enchiladas.

Thus I will be getting back on course this week by having a plan. A novel idea, yes?

Monday - Volleyball/Football Awards Banquet
Tuesday - Leftovers from the weekend due to Parent Teacher Conferences
Wednesday - Leah's Spaghetti Casserole
Thursday - Slow Cooker Chicken or More Leftovers from the weekend due to more Parent Teacher Conferences
Friday - ? (I am not sure I will be home)
Saturday - MY BIRTHDAY (I haven't decided yet what I want or am making Rob cook!)
Sunday supper - Tacos

Monday - Oven Baked Chicken Thighs and Rice
Tuesday - Girls Basketball Jamboree - Spaghetti (?)
Wednesday - Pork Chops and Potatoes
Thursday - Chicken Noodle Soup
Friday - Kids Choice
Saturday lunch - Buttermilk Pancakes
Saturday supper - Chicken Fingers and Oven Roasted Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes
Sunday lunch - Chili (double batch so I can try to can it)
Sunday supper - Leftovers or FYO Supper

Same assumptions go for every meal: a vegie or a fruit will accompany each meal. I don't really plan those. Also these meals are subject to change or being switched for another night. Because unplanned things happen, right?

Alas, this is the best I can do! If you would like any of the recipes, I will be absolutely delighted to post them!

Thank you for reading and have a wonderfully delightful night!

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  1. Dinner always is better at my house with a plan too! I'd love to hear more about spaghetti casserole, sounds yummy!

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  2. It's new recipe! If it works for me, I will post it!

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