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This week’s abbreviated menu


Since the Relevant conference is Thursday through Saturday of this week (I’m so excited about it I can hardly contain myself!), our weekly menu is a little different.

I’ll be flying out early Thursday morning and not getting back until Sunday afternoon. Except for some snacks I’m bringing for traveling, all of my meals are provided at the conference. Jesse will be flying out for part of the conference since we are giving a joint workshop on The Business of Blogging and the children will be staying with family during that time.

So, I’m only planning meals for five days this week, since the rest of the meals will be taken care of. I made sure to plan very simple and easy meals since I’m determined to actually arrive at the conference rested up and relaxed, instead of frazzled and exhausted like I did last year. 🙂

Breakfasts

Cinnamon Roll Bread, fruit, scrambled eggs
Johnny Cakes (a homeschool project since we’re studying about early American history. Let’s hope these are better than last week’s hasty pudding recipe!)
Granola bars
Cereal x 2

Lunches

Chicken & Wild Rice Soup, crackers, cheese, apple slices
Cheese Quesadillas, apple slices
PB&J, carrot sticks, apple slices
Tossed salad hard-boiled eggs, feta cheese, and dried cranberries
Lunch out for children & Jesse

Dinners

Dinner with extended family
Parmesan Chicken, Twice Baked Potatoes, Steamed Broccoli
Frito Chili Pie, steamed corn, fruit salad
Cheesy Beans and Rice, fruit salad
Crockpot Tortilla Soup, fruit

What’s on your menu this week? Share details and/or your link to your menu plan in the comments.

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