Meal Planning Week 12 of 52

Sunday
Irish Soda Bread and Stew w/ Sugar Cookie Shamrocks

Monday
Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew

Tuesday
Gumbo

Wednesday
Leftovers

Thursday
Tongue Thai’d Pg. 179 ESBM

Friday
Orzo Stuffed Peppers

Saturday
Out

I know, don't fall over.  I'm early!  Wow.  No the sky isn't falling...  well wait.  It's snowing does that mean it's falling?  If it does that I guess we know the reason for the early post. 

Sunday night's dinner was really delicious!  Tim made the soda bread and it was quite possibly my favourite.  Nothing to do with the whiskey soaked cranberries.  Nope, nothing.  The stew was quite good and thickened up quite nice with the prunes added.  I think Ricardo did it right.  It smelled amazing and was so simple.  I'll save this one, good for winter...  which if you live in Alberta seems to be dragging on forever this year....  what are we going on?  10 years?  Oh, it's only been 5 months.  Well it seems a lot longer.  We also made cookies for St. Patrick's day and our friends brought over Leperchaun poop ice cream to go with them.  The kids enjoyed it and we had some nice chats. 

Ordered my Lamb and a ham for Easter.  Going to have 11 possibly 12 people for dinner on Easter.  It'll be nice.  We are having a mix of friends and family which will be nice for the Littles as it will give them some friends to play with.  I should make sure that the Easter bunny brings something for their friends.  Need to ad that to the shopping list.  I haven't finalized the menu but I'm thinking lamb w/ greek seasonings, lemon roasted potatoes, greek salad, peas w/ mint, ham, buns, sweet potatoes, maybe asparagus.   I think I'll do two desserts.  I'm leaning towards lemon pie and I'm not sure what the other one will be.  Maybe coconut cake with strawberries. 

Anyways. enough of my ramblings.  Have a good week everybody! 

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