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cyn22mull posted:
Hi!! I thought I would pop over to say hello and see what everyone has cooking this week!! I hope that you are all doing well!

Sunday — Corn on the cob, fried squash, ham slice
Monday — stuffed cabbage, mashed pots. corn,
Tuesday — Homemade Pizza & fruit
Wednesday — Mini subs - Build your own (I have deli meats, cheese, and small sub rolls) fruit and pretzels
Thursday — DH and DS will eat out as I have late meeting at work. I will probably have leftovers or an egg sandwich.
Friday — Potato soup
Sat- Not sure yet…Might grill out steaks or hamburgers with some grilled veggies
Cindy (35) Scott (39) DS Christopher 3
sarahann1978 responded:
Hi Cindy!

Sun- fried chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, salad, cherries
Mon- ham steak, corn on cob, baked sweet potato
Tues- salmon noodle casserole, cranberry sauce, green beans
Wed- I have book club meeting over dinner at a local restaurant, DH and DS will probably do pizza
Thurs- meatloaf
Fri- grilled steak
Sarah (33) DH (31) DS (Jan 2009) baby girl (Aug 2012)
jlynnpaine responded:
Sunday - Famous Dave's since we were in the city getting groceries
Monday - Marinaded chicken, steak potatoes and veggies
Tuesday - Hamburger Helper and veggies
Wednesday - Dinner with my parents
Thursday - Spicy Velveeta Casserole
Friday - Eating out for our anniversary
Saturday - Pizza since it will just be me and the girls while DH is gone for the weekend for a bachelor party
Jodi (28), DH (24), Shaelynn (2), DD2 (due 5/16)

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