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May Menu

I have a few changes to our menu this month! It will be nice to have a few new things to eat again. Here is what we are having each week.

Sundays
Beef Salad
Soup

Mondays
Omlets
PB & J

Tuesdays
Cold Cut Spirals
Tacos

Wednesdays
Lasagna
Fried Meatloaf

Thursdays
Tuna Cheese Quesadillas
Wagon Train Pasta

Fridays
Cheeseburger Quesadillas
Teriyaki Veggies and Rice

Saturdays
Pizza Quesadillas
Baked Spam

Recipes
All Recipes App: Wagon Train Pasta
Cozi organizer app: Teriyaki Veggies

For the fried meatloaf we are doing the meatloaf in hamburger size/shape. We love Adam's meatloaf but it is getting warmer and since we don't have AC we won't want to be using the oven. My idea is to fry it up like hamburgers instead. I will have to let you all know how it goes!

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