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Sunday Meal Plan October 11-17 #Blogtober

 Meal Planning is a great way to save time and money, every week!




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This summer has come to an end and the kids are now back to school. We opted into distance learning, so they both are learning online daily. They seem to be liking it and I don't have to worry about them possibly getting sick and bringing it home. What an odd time we are living in. 

A few weekends ago, was our last official weekend at the cottage. We brought the dock and boat in, and prepped it for winter. We may still sneak up on weekends with nice weather, but the trips will be few and far between. We had the chance to take in the gorgeous fall colours before the close of the season. Some of the views during our drive and at the cottage were breath taking.



 Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in Canada, so we will be spending a quiet day with our social bubble. I am thankful that our family is making an effort to keep our bubble safe and that we can still enjoy special moments together. Although I miss my own family, we are blessed to live near my SO's family. It has helped bring a bit of normalcy to our lives during this interesting times.

Here is my meal plan for the week

  • Thanksgiving dinner- turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing, gravy, homemade rolls, turnip and carrots. Double layer Pecan Pie and Pumpkin Pie for dessert.
  • Chicken and Bacon Puff Pastry Pie


  • Leftover night- clean out the fridge
  • Chiard 


  • Perogies with sauteed onion, bacon and cheese. Tossed salad on the side
  • Turkey Fried Rice, using leftover Thanksgiving turkey


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