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Menu Plan Monday ~ July 2, 2012

Happy July 4th everyone! It's going to be another week of 100+ temps in Las Vegas! Yes, it's a dry heat but have you ever put your head in a hot oven and tried to breathe? This week's menu plan inspiration is simply and delicious! We'll also have macaroni salad and a potato salad as sides or lunch. I want to thank Organizing Junkie for hosting Menu Plan Monday. Come join us for your mealtime inspirations! Crockpot Chicken Greek Pitas
Egg Salad Sandwiches
Chicken Enchiladas ~ my husband's request
Taco Pie
You-Pick-The-Toppings Salad


April S. said…
Those chicken enchiladas look especially tasty!
Tabitha said…
Your menu looks fabulous Rona! I all those pictures of awesome food makes me hungry. Thanks for stopping by my blog today.
Chaos Cottage said…
I just love it when you stop by to visit my blog and leave me a message. I don't get many and when I do it makes me happy :) Yes, I LOVE Pinterest. It's one of my favorite hobbies. LOL

Yum! Your menu looks fabulous. Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Have a great day.
Boy, do you have room at your table for me? Your menu sounds amazing!! Thanks for stopping in a leaving a comment. Great Pinterest finds!!
I love anything Greek, so the Greek pita chicken looks so good. Your menu sounds fab! Thanks for stopping by from Miss Mustard Seed Furniture Friday, and liking my two toned charmer buffet. So nice to know you liked her as much as me!
Yvonne said…
Hi Rona,

I love your menu posts! Chicken enchiladas sound delicious. I added BLTs to our menu plan this after after reading your menu plan from the week before. Thanks for the inspiration! :-)
Yum!! What a tasty looking week!
hsmominmo said…
Macaroni Salad - that's what I need for tomorrow, thanks for the reminder! Another yummy week at your place. Gotta love MPM, everyone's input helps me immensely. Enjoy this hot, holiday week!
hsmominmo said…
Macaroni Salad - that's what I need for tomorrow, thanks for the reminder! Another yummy week at your place. Gotta love MPM, everyone's input helps me immensely. Enjoy this hot, holiday week!
Thanks for the visit! I always forget about Egg Salad Sandwiches, thanks for the reminder.
Just thought I'd let you know that my recipe for Cheeseburger Pie went up this morning. Let me know if you get a chance to try it.

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