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Menu Plan Monday ~ December 31, 2012

There's still chicken and turkey in the freezer that needs to be cooked before I buy any more meat. So, not much grocery shopping to do here.

I wish everyone a very blessed New Year! Thank you to Organizing Junkie for hosting Menu Plan Monday!
tuna burger, couscous, greens
Tuscan Cannellini Bean Soup
Turkey Soup
Herbed Pork Tenderloin, carrots, salad
roasted chicken, salad, macaroni salad

Comments

Chaos Cottage said…
Your menu sounds delicious too! Have a Happy New Year!
Carli Alice said…
Everything sounds so good! I don't usually cook taht many dinner menus because I double up and make everyone eat the food twice. :-) Yeah, I'm lazy like that. We also have a turkey in the freezer.
Cathy said…
Another yummy menu plan Rona. That pork tenderloin is making my mouth water! Happy New Year!
Pary Moppins said…
Your menu sounds fabulous! Have a happy and prosperous New Year!
Rae said…
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your menu looks very yummy, especially the Herbed Pork Tenderloin.
Have a wonderful New Year!
Rita T. said…
I always love the food pictures. Everything looks to be wonderful! Have a wonderful new year!
thanks for visiting my blog...your menu sounds delish! happy new year!
Chava said…
Your menu looks great! I love couscous :D Happy New Year!!!!! :)
teachermomof2 said…
Your menu sounds great! Happy New Year! Wishing you and yours a blessed new year!
Julia said…
Thanks for sharing all the ideas. I wish we had the leftovers to make these espeically the turkey soup. It's so cold here warm soup sounds wonderful!
Your soup recipes sound so good! We love soups in the winter. Thanks for stopping by Healthy Home!

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