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Here we are at the 2nd to last week of August; wonder if it’s me or if this month has gone quickly? I don’t know about your area but here where I am the kids are going back to school this week. Unsure how parents feel about that. I’m sure they are quite excited but I’m also sure a lot of them are thinking in the back of their minds what to do for dinners because now habits kind of change from how they were in the summer months. Here is a menu plan to go with for the week of August 24th.
Monday, August 24
Slow Cooker Pork Chop Casserole
Tuesday, August 25
Crockpot Orange Chicken
Wednesday, August 26
3-Ingredient Crockpot Lasagna
Thursday, August 27
Crockpot Stuffed Red Peppers
Friday, August 28
Crockpot Buffalo Ranch Chicken Tenders
Saturday, August 29
Crockpot Pulled Pork Chili
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Those of you who are growing your summer garden are most likely watching what is growing in your garden and constantly tending to what is taking place. There is most likely a lot of activity taking place with the garden growth due to the weather changes over the past few months as well. Now that we are nearing cooler weather much faster and it seems to be changing at a quick pace those of us who have a garden need to think about what to do with caring for our garden because of this weather change to not cause damage to the produce that has grown. There are some who have chosen to plant larger gardens with rows of organic corn that do not need harvesting until after the weather has began to get closer to fall.
The growing of a garden whether it is fresh onions, fresh tomatoes or rows of organic sweet corn it is a beneficial and wonderful savings for having vegetables right from your garden as it will save money when shopping at the grocery store. Plus there are so many things you can do with them after obtaining them from the garden. The Internet can help you with multiple ideas on what to do with fresh vegetables from your garden by just doing a search using Google.
Enjoy the rest of your summer and continue to visit this section as I will be updating it with tasty recipes as we enter the fall and winter months.
Let me say thank you to every Veteran man and woman who has served and still are protecting this nation. Without them we would not be a safe nation. God bless for giving yourselves to this nation and protecting it from harm and evil.
Many Americans are planning a gathering with their families to celebrate this 4th of July weekend and celebrate. There is quite the variety of recipes across this nation everyone is quite known to be good at making this time of year. From the best grilled hamburgers with fixings to a grilled steak that is done so perfect it will melt in your mouth. There are some cooks who can cook the short-ribs using sauce or rub that has been perfected over time. There are side dishes of potato salad and macaroni salad so wonderful they will make your mouth water just looking at the dish sitting on the table.
And what about those home-made apple pies with cinnamon and glaze and oh my… yum! Just the thought of all this food makes me think of sharing beautiful times together with my family and cooking with my Mom. Share your favorite Independence Day treat or your favorite 4th of July memory.
Have a safe and Happy 4th of July!
Forgive me for the delay but my business writing took priority and I was unable to get the first published menu done as promised but I did not forget. Will do better as time moves forward though.
I did manage to find some wonderful and tasty items for the week of May 5th and I believe that everyone will be quite happy with the selection that I have come across.
As I said earlier in my previous post, you don’t have to go by this but the reason I am doing the new category is to help those who work hard every day during the week to bring home funds to support their family. Not only that to help the work at home moms who take care of their children and have the ability to work a business while doing so. That is not an easy task. Without further hesitance I bring you this week’s menu:
Chicken Noodle Pot Pie Casserole
Lemon Cream Pie Bars
Pie crust peach cobbler
Broccoli Cheddar Chicken
Doritos Taco Bake
Peanut Butter Fudge
Pepperoni Pasta Bake
Lemon Crème Crumb Bars
Homemade KFC Fried Chicken
Homemade Oreo Fluff
Slow Cooker Lasagna Rolls
Between all of the other choices for dessert goodies I will leave the option up to you for Sunday. =) Enjoy the first of many What’s for diner menu items. Have a lovely Sunday and a beautiful week!