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Menu Plan Monday: June 14-20, 2010

June 14, 2010

Comments on last week’s menu: It was a pretty casual week, dinner-wise.  I reaffirmed my love for both the Monte Cristo and the Stromboli… and I did a much better job of getting the dough to hold together on the stromboli this time.  Yay!

On to this week…  I got a new refrigerator last week, and it’s 1 cubic foot smaller than our old one.  You wouldn’t think that was much of a difference, but I found out that it is.  Our new freezer is F-U-L-L!  As a result, I’m going to try and use up some of the things that have been sitting in there a while.

Monday — We will eat the half of the Sensational Chicken Lasagna with Artichoke-Spinach Dip Top Layer that I froze a few weeks ago, accompanied by a Caesar salad.

Tuesday —  Girl Scouts.  Making large quantities of chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese for the troop.

Wednesday —  I’m helping at the church tonight, and have to leave a little earlier than usual.  We’ll grab some fast food.

Thursday — Poppy Seed Chicken (recipe in this article) served with broccoli and rice.

Friday — I will be scrapbooking tonight.  Dan and the kids will have a Tater Taco Casserole that I saved in the freezer the last time I made it.

Saturday — Scrapping all day, but home by dinner.  I’ll set up the crockpot with BBQ Pork for Sandwiches.  Serve with french fries and salad.

Sunday — Father’s Day!  My hubby will get to pick what’s for dinner.

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