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Meal Plan Sunday- Dec 27- Jan 2

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

Merry Christmas!!! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! Though it was very different this year we had a lovely time. We had my SO's mom and nana over for dinner on Christmas Eve and stuffed ourselves silly with a seafood and pasta feast. The evening was spent talking, laughing and watching It's a Wonderful Life.

Then Christmas day, we went to my SO's mom's house to celebrate with his sister, her partner and nana. We ate way too much with a delicious brunch consisting of lemon cranberry scones (made by me), a charcuterie board (made by me), waffles, hash-browns, and Christmas pancakes. Oh and you can't forget the mimosas!! Dinner was a team effort and I brought homemade rolls, homemade cranberry sauce, pie (cherry and pecan) and an assortment of Christmas cookies I had been making all month. We also had turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, rutabaga and corn. Again we stuffed ourselves silly and had such a wonderful day playing cards, talking and laughing. Though it wasn't our HUGE family Christmas, we still had a wonderful day.

This week is a relaxing week. We went into lock down here on Boxing Day and my SO is off until Jan 4th. My birthday, which is on the 29th, will be spent watching movies with my SO and the kids. It's a perfect day in my opinion. Here is my menu plan for the week

  • Leftovers- mashed potatoes, rutabaga, corn, crab legs, salmon
  • Stuffed Shells with Caesar salad and garlic bread
  • Take out Chinese food for my birthday
  • Moose meatballs in gravy with mashed potatoes, and broccoli with cheese sauce
  • Leftovers- Clean out the Fridge night!
  • Turkey dinner with all the fixings (we didn't have leftovers from Christmas, so we will be cooking up a small turkey for New Years day)

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