Menu Plan What Day Is It?

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Y’all. I officially have lost all sense of time. And my oldest starts back to school in less than a week. I don’t think that’s a good thing. All I can think about is how hot I am and how very pregnant.

But I still have to cook for another week or so while we wait for the dining hall to open again. So here it goes – the last hurrah!

Asian-Inspired Lemon Chicken

Saturday: recipe testing for Chattavore!
Sunday: One Pan Balsamic Chicken and Veggies
Monday: Fettuccine Alfredo and Roasted Salmon
Tuesday: Asian-Inspired Lemon Chicken, Pressure Cooker Sesame Broccoli (from Cooking Under Pressure)
Wednesday: Perfect Pot Roast, macaroni and cheese
Thursday: tacos, Spanish rice
Friday: Savory Cheesy Waffles, eggs, sausage

I know we are all looking forward to the dining hall opening. It’s not that I don’t love cooking, but I am reaching the point of pregnancy where I feel totally justified in making Hot Pockets for dinner because dang, I am tired and getting uncomfortable. Plus, washing dishes.

Hope you are having a great weekend so far!

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2 thoughts on “Menu Plan What Day Is It?

  1. You have an excuse for loosing track of time. Pregnancy can have that affect on you. In general, I enjoy cooking, but I’m happy to have someone do our main meal 5 days/week. Partly, it’s just really labor intensive here- french fries means peeling potatoes & frying them in oil, and hamburgers start with a big hunk of mean that has to be cut, ground, then made into burgers- to be eaten on homemade buns. We have enough electricity to be able to use a crockpot, so that happens at least once on the weekend, sometimes twice. The guy who sells pork from the back of his bike will cut the fat off, and then I can just put in in the crock pot with some seasonings. So glad to have that. 🙂

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