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Menu Plan Monday 7/25-7/31

Good Monday Morning! This weeks menu is boring, but I am still going strong on the 37 day challenge. Only 22 days left. Only, ha! I think I may end up making the turkey I have in the deep freezer. Any suggestions? I've never made a turkey before!

Monday lunch toast
Dinner roast

Tuesday lunch raost sandwiches
Dinner breakfast

Wednesday lunch mac and cheese
Dinner lasagna

Thursday ravioli
Dinner chili dogs

Friday lunch sandwiches
Dinner pizza

Saturday lunch tuna melts
Dinner steak and potatoes

Sunday lunch ravioli
dinner breakfast


  1. Have you ever roasted a chicken? Roasing a turkey is just like that....only on steroids!lol
    A turkey just takes longer.
    I think I often do is to roast a turkey breat side down. The white meat(breat meat)cooks/dries out faster than the dark meat of the leg/thighs. So if you turn the turkey upside down, as the dark meat cooks, the fat/juices run into the white/breast meat and keeps it moister.
    The only problem is turning the turkey rightside up after you get it out of the You need another pair of strong hands to help with that.
    And once you eat all you want off your turkey, you are set for leftover turkey dishes for days.....sandwiches, tetrazzinni, turkey soup, turkey chili, turkey fajitas, etc.


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