Meal Planning Monday – July 25, 2016

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I am a bit late in posting this week’s menu plan.   For sake of time, I’ll be posting them in a more condensed form.   We were fortunate to have had the farmhouse owner, Nancy, with us last week, and we so enjoyed the time spent getting to know one another a bit better.  Our gregarious grandson was immediately attached to her and was sadden to have her leave us so quickly.

Monday – Shepherd’s Pie – Peasant Bread (Sean Michael loved it.)
Tuesday – Roast Chicken, Potato Salad, Left over California Vegetables,
Fresh Strawberries, Lemon Cookies
Wednesday – Roast Pork, Applesauce, Grilled Potatoes, Peas, Peach Cobbler
Thursday – Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Mac and Cheese
Saturday – Pot Roast with potatoes and root vegetables
Sunday -Speghetti, Meatsauce and Sausage, Garlic Bread, Salad

Have a Yummy Week,


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2 Responses to Meal Planning Monday – July 25, 2016

  1. Kay Stevens says:

    Hello Gen
    My name is Kay and I live in Camborne, Cornwall.
    I was born in Redruth, but have lived in the Falmouth/Penryn area.
    I’m pleased to have found your blog and look forward to reading more.
    My husband and I are both born-again Christians. We both took early retirement. 🙂


    • rgcornish says:

      Hello Kay, Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. My husband and I both are early retirees and born-again Christians also. We live in the low desert of Arizona in the USA. Currently we are visiting family on the East Coast, staying in a lovely old farmhouse for a couple of months. Are you a blogger?


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