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Meal Plans Week of 5-18-14

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Good morning.  It’s nice to see the sun shining again after a rainy week.  It’s also very nice to be feeling (mostly) better again after being sick all week.  At least I passed my glucose test with no problems.

We are getting close to the end of the school year and our regular activities.  It’s hard to believe.  This week I have to get groceries.  We have our Kindermusik family night.  My son has his three year check up.  I have a chiro appointment.  We might have a playdate this week.  We might see some family this weekend too.

Yesterday I started some experimenting in the kitchen.  I have to make tweaks to the recipes before they’ll be ready to post.  Maybe I can work on them this week.  I also made coconut flour bread as a treat for my son and me.  Now that he can eat eggs there are a few more options.

We just picked rhubarb from our garden.  That means it’s time for rhubarb crisp!  I also have quite a bit of milk left this week.  So I skimmed some cream to make a batch of ice cream today.  I also made a batch of yogurt last night.  It’s been a while since I’ve been able to make yogurt from our raw milk.

Yesterday I started the process of moving my son’s clothes into my daughter’s room.  I have to keep working on that this week.  Then we need to get started assembling the trundle bed and buying a mattress and bedding.  Before we know it our little guy will be sharing a room with his big sister.  Then it’s finally time to start digging out the baby clothes!

Menu planning is a bit tough this week since I basically have ground beef and breakfast sausage in the freezer right now.  I might have to make a stop at a meat market some time this week.  So I may leave a few blank spots and fill them in as the week goes depending on what we get.  Eet smakelijk!

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S (church, baseball game, make ice cream, make rhubarb crisp)
L – cp meatballs, mashed potatoes, peas
D – bacon sandwiches, fruit salad, beans

M (groceries)
D – mac ‘n’ cheese, roasted cauliflower

T (Dr. S., KMFN – bring fruit)
D – (early/light) – tacos

W (chiro, HF?)
D – hot dogs, roasted asparagus, TBD

Th (make granola, dance)
D – (early) – ham and bean soup, bread

F ()
D – sausage, fried eggs, toast, broccoli

S (zoo?)
D – TBD

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