I have company this week (DangerBear's parents and two sisters are visiting), so my menu plan consists of anything that isn't burned or screwed up in any way.

Yesterday we were supposed to have spaghetti and meatballs, but everyone surprised me by going out for my birthday!  So here, I think, is my new plan:

Tuesday: spaghetti and meatballs with salad and fresh bread
Wednesday: soft tacos with brown rice
Thursday: buttermilk fried chicken with mashed potatoes, gravy, steamed carrots and green beans, and fresh bread
Friday: meat/shells/cheese casserole with salad and fresh bread
Saturday: out to eat
Sunday: leftovers

Tuesday: simple (blueberry muffins, pumpkin bread, cereal, fruit, etc.)
Wednesday: buttermilk pancakes with bacon and home fries
Thursday: scrambled eggs with toast and sausage
Friday: (maybe) french toast with bacon and eggs
Saturday and Sunday: simple

Depends, since we'll be out a lot with DangerBear's family.  On the days we're home, we'll have either dinner leftovers or sandwiches.

For desserts, there are peanut butter cookies made by Chickpea and leftover birthday cake.  Yummy.


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6 Responses
  1. Sonshine Says:

    welcome to MPM!!

    Your menu looks delicious!

    Enjoy your visit and week!!

  2. Kristi Says:

    Welcome to MPM! Your buttermilk pancakes are making my mouth water. Blessings to you.

  3. Sarah Says:

    Looks like a yummy menu! :-)

  4. Angela Says:

    Congratulations on your first MPM! I love to meet other Christian cooks, and I love your blog's title. I subscribed so I can follow along! :-)

    Meanwhile, I think your buttermilk fried chicken sounds awesome. I'd love to see your recipe if you post it sometime!

  5. Kelly Says:

    Welcome to MPM!! I have been doing it for 4 weeks now. I LOVE it!!!

  6. Kate Says:

    Wow, thanks for all the welcomes! (And thanks, Angela, for subscribing.) I'm going to have a lot of fun looking at other people's meal plans; I'm sure it will inspire me in my cooking.

    As for the fried chicken, I've only tried the recipe once before. If it turns out well again, maybe I'll post it. =) I'm just hoping I won't set off the smoke alarm or set a potholder on fire while company is here. (Yes, I've set a potholder on fire. One shouldn't let a potholder touch the stove element, you know.)

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