Ok, I made it a third week doing this so maybe I can do it all next year. Lofty goals, we will see. As you can tell I am a week behind because I need to plan, take pics and all that. Are you ready for this week? (And by this week I mean the week before....I have the Christmas week in progress and will share soon.)
Let's talk non-food related updates first.
Besides cooking and eating I have been crocheting and reading. Recently started That's Not English by Erin Moore, a good read recommended to me by Joy at Joy's Book Blog.
As for watching movies we finished the last episodes of Mad Men. I was happy with the conclusions and to see where our characters ended up in life. That was a good series, in my opinion. We also watched the latest Mission Impossible movie, Rogue Nation. Tom Cruise came through with a good performance, lots of action in this one.
Without further ado, here is the lineup for meal planning...........
Spaghetti with meat sauce, fried breaded okra and garlic toast.
*Leftovers from Spaghetti dinner
Grilled Pork Chops, roasted sweet potato and asparagus
Chinese Takeaway! One of my favorites.
Grilled wings with Green beans and broccoli flat noodles
I hope you all had a wonderful and restful holiday. Are you ready for 2016?!
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