Menu Plan — Easter Week

6 Apr
Menu Plan Monday

Menu Plan Monday

Friday — Evening off after having day trip to Birmingham




The first time Girly Girl got to see CATS!  I have seen it so many times that I have really lost count.  My first time seeing it was during a family trip to London when I was in the ninth grade….it was the best production of CATS that I have seen, but that is to be expected since it was in a theatre constructed just for the musical.

I then made egg-free sugar cookies with Girly Girl’s assistance!  …and Pimento Cheese Pinwheels that didn’t get finished for the Church Lunch on the Grounds for our 60th Anniversary!

CherryBrook Kitchens Sugar Cookie Mix

CherryBrook Kitchens Sugar Cookie Mix


Sugar Cookie Helper

Sugar Cookie Helper


Pimento Cheese Pinwheel

Pimento Cheese Pinwheel

Sunday — Lunch on the Grounds at church celebrating the church’s 60th Anniversary!!!  Pastor Greg preached….I cried!  It was wonderful!

Monday — Sonshine Soccer Games — 1st of the season!  Quick Dinner — probably Mac-N-Cheese for the kiddos, the parent’s will probably fend for themselves!

Tuesday — Sonshine Soccer Practice — we were rained out last week, so this is actually just the second practice of the season.  Meat & Cheese Roll-ups with fruit to take to the practices for picnic dinner

Wednesday — Church night, they are actually having Lasagna this week, which both Girly Girl & Button Boy  love, so, I will call and make our reservations.

Thursday — Barefoot Blogger Night, this week I will be making Ina’s Chinese Chicken Salad.  I started thawing the chicken on Sunday afternoon, so I cook it before Thursday.  I hope to post pictures by Thursday, because that is when they are due!  I am excited about my first Barefoot Blogger Week!  I will be cooking the next recipe next week, so it is already taken care of!

Friday — Grill Night — maybe we can actually get Brats & Dawgs in this week!

Saturday —  Sonshine Soccer games in the morning.  Baking Toasted Almond Lemon Bars & a special something for Easter Sunday!!!




3 Responses to “Menu Plan — Easter Week”

  1. Erika April 6, 2009 at 11:17 am #

    Ina’s Chinese Chicken Salad is fanastic! If you haven’t made it before, cut the salt in half and taste it before adding her full recommended amount of salt. When I made it, it was way too salty for my tastes. Company loved it, but I could only eat a tiny bit.

  2. Dawn April 6, 2009 at 8:53 pm #

    Thanks so much for the warm welcome to MPM! I look forward to reading more of your blog.


  3. Jerri April 13, 2009 at 12:21 pm #

    Hi. You have a great blog here. And your recipes sound really good!

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