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Menu Plan May 19-23, 2008

But before we get too excited about planning,  I want to tell you what we’re having for dinner TONIGHT.  Almost every Sunday we have Wolfgang Puck’s pizzas with homemade crust.  This is such a hit that we make the same recipe all the time.  Toppings vary; it’s always good though!

Monday: beets, grilled veggies and grilled chicken

Tuesday: spaghetti and meatballs/ salad/ bread

Wednesday: taco salads

Thursday: beef on grill, salad, veggies/spinach

Friday: leftover soup/ bread

SAT: depart!!  The Webber family vacation begins!!  

Oh, did I hit “garage sale heaven” this weekend…. WHOOO WEE !!  (As my grandma Jo would say)  I’ll post pictures for tomorrow’s post since Jo-with-it (my faithful photographer) is busy reading a good book.  She is also known as “Erudite daughter” since she’s read twice as many books as I have, and she’s only 13.  

She’s reading The Midnight Ride by Katherine Hapka.  It’s a historical fiction that I’ve been reading outloud to the kids.  I warn them not to read “ahead”, so we can enjoy the suspense together, but I can’t blame them for wanting to know.  It’s not exactly Shakespeare, but Hud and Than love it enough to “sneak” reading it! LOL.  

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