menu plan monday ~ july 31, 2017

Life has been very busy the past several days. Today it has slowed down a bit. I am working on this blue and white Putz church. I like the contrast between the dark blue and the white. I am adding silver embellishments. Maybe some white or clear, too. We shall see how it goes.

blue and white Putz church

Winston loves a good nap. Here he is curled up in my recliner. I always feel bad for shooing him out of such a cozy spot. Doesn’t he look comfy?

Winston loves a cozy corner.

He did let me pet him to make up for waking him up. He’s such a sweet tempered cat.

Winston and  his curly whiskers

We play host to a bee hive that belongs to friends. The bees get lots of lovely flowers and we get a lovely gift of honey! Thank you, Diane! I poured off a bit to give to our pastor’s wife when she came by to say hi. She asked if it was local. I said it was about as local as you can get. Part of it may have come from our yard!

very local honey

I’m keeping the menu easy this week, so I can concentrate on a big project the next few days. I usually have a cobb-style salad for lunch and then a meat and veggie combo for supper, with a side salad for good measure. Wiki says to remember what’s in a Cobb salad this way…
“One way to remember the components is to use the mnemonic EAT COBB: Egg, Avocado, Tomato, Chicken, Onion, Bacon, Blue cheese…then add lettuce.” I usually have feta instead of blue cheese, but the rest sounds right. 🙂

Cobb Salad

Stir Fried Kielbasa and Sugar Snap Peas
Garden Salad

Cheddar Burgers
Dill Pickle Spears
Steamed Broccoli

Summer Squash Stir Fry
Garden Salad

Baby Back Ribs
Asparagus with Lemon Butter
Garden Salad
Corn on the Cob

Fridge Food

Pork Roast in the Instant Pot
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Pecans and Avocado
Boiled New Potatoes with fresh parsley and butter
Garden Salad

Have a great week! ~~Rhonda

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