I'm getting excited, the snow is melting and we even have decent temperatures. We even cleaned the cars yesterday!
I'm thinking by the end of the week I can rake the leaves and do some other Fall chores. I saw one article that said just not to rake the leaves, that they are great cover for insects and small animals. The only problem I have with that is that they are hard to clean up when Spring comes. I'll just put them in the garden and everything can take cover there. They are great for nitrogen and I need that.
Now I got those random thoughts out of my system, here is the menu for this week:
Monday Leftover Lasagna (it was made with zucchini harvested from the garden)
Tuesday Smoked sausage w/sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, and green beans
Wednesday Grilled chicken on George Foreman (I'll make enough for Thursday's meal) and a big salad
Thursday Chicken Fajitas
Saturday Out to eat
Sunday Ham and cheese omelets with hashbrowns
What will be on your dinner table this week?
**As a Amazon affiliate I earn a small percentage when you purchase items from one of my links (the item doesn't have to be what I have linked here). Thanks so much for helping to support Vickie's Kitchen and Garden! Here is my link: https://amzn.to/2JNeMqO
**Have you tried Swagbucks yet? It's a great way to earn free gift cards!
**ThredUP has great prices on gently used clothes. If you shop with my link you will get a credit of $10 for your first purchase and I will too!
Be sure to
We chop our leaves with the mower until the disappear. It is our free fertilizer every fall.
S-steak with mushrooms with mashed potatoes, zucchini
m-lemon garlic salmon with yellow rice and sauteed green beans and onions
T-leftover steak and gravy made into beef and noodles
W-chicken gravy with chicken over mashed potatoes and biscuits, broccoli and salad
TR-can't remember what I wrote down
F-lemon Parmesan chicken and pasta, zucchini and salad
Mulching is a great way to go.
Your menu sounds so delicious! Your always inspire me.
Post a Comment