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Menu Plan Monday

Here is our Meal plan for the Frugal Farmhouse this week. It is looking like a good week!

Breakfast- French toast, eggs and bacon
Lunch-leftover cp soup
Dinner- Chevy Man is making me a special birthday dinner!

Breakfast- cereal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- T-Bone steak in the cp and corn.

Breakfast- cereal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- tacos with Homemade Tortillas

Breakfast –pancakes and eggs
Lunch- LO
Dinner-tomato soup and grilled cheese

Breakfast- cereal
Lunch -LO
Dinner- pizza

Breakfast-french toast and sausage
Lunch LO
Dinner- Baked Spaghetti and garlic bread

Lunch- LO
Dinner- leftovers

Menu Plan Monday is hosted over at Org Junkie each week. I always read every one's yummy meal plans but never link up, so this is my first week participating. I look forward to many more!
Make sure you head on over and check it out, even join in!


  1. Sounds like a delicious week! Enjoy your birthday dinner, and have a happy birthday!

  2. The baked spaghetti looks interesting. Might have to try that.

    I am enjoying browsing your blog. You have some good looking recipes.

    I hope you have a happy birthday and a wonderful birthday supper. :o)


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