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Sunday Meal Plan Nov 15-21

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

Happy Sunday!! I'm a little glad the week is over. The gorgeous warm weather has left us once again, so I feel like I am back into hibernation mode. It wasn't an overly busy week, but Thursday night I started not feeling so well. About once every 2 months or so, I happen to eat something that doesn't agree with my Crohn's disease. So I spent Thursday night, through to Saturday evening in pain. I'm feeling 100% today, so am planning on making a huge roast beef dinner.

This upcoming week is going to be spent organising the house. I hope to grab some paint, so we can finally paint the entrance way and hall leading to the living room. Before moving in (this past April) we painted the living room and all the bedrooms, but told ourselves we would paint the entrance way and hallway, after moving in. It's yet to happen and Christmas will be here before you know it, so I'd like to get it done. 

Here is my meal plan for the week. It's a very loose one because I haven't done any grocery shopping yet. Things may change, but it they don't, this is my plan with what I have on hand.

  • Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas & corn, homemade honey oat bread and poorman's pudding for dessert.
  • Asian Glazed Chicken Meatballs, with homemade Lo Mein
  • BLT sandwiches with veggies and dip/hummus
  • Sweet Potato, Coconut and Ginger Root Soup (new recipe) with biscuits
  • Meatball Bubble Bake with a tossed salad
  • Stir Fry veggies (bean sprouts, mushrooms, carrot, celery, onion) with sauteed shrimp
  • Lefover night, clean out the fridge
I'm sharing my meal plan menu over at Menu Plan Monday!

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