Relaxed Menu Plan This Week

This week, we've had a pretty relaxed menu plan, in that I didn't really plan too much.  Below are the dinners we've had so far this week and considering Phoebe wasn't feeling well Tuesday and Tom came down with a stomach bug Wednesday, I'm glad I didn't have grand plans for dinners this week!  Here's what we've had for dinner so far this week.  I have no idea what we're going to do tonight and tomorrow.  I still need to see how Phoebe and Tom are feeling.  Hopefully no one else comes down with it.

Sunday - Mother's Day - DH made me dinner
Grilled marinated flank steak, wedge salad with chipotle ranch dressing, grilled green onions, marinated cherry tomatoes, red onions and olives in a vinaigrette dressing

Sweet teriyaki salmon, roasted asparagus, black forbidden rice, greek salad

Leftover tomato sauce and sausage over rigatoni

Wednesday -  Phoebe was supposed to have field hockey practice but it was canceled.
Sandwich night - if it ain't broke don't fix it!

I've also been spending more time in the garden in the evenings, as it was a mess of weeds that needed to be cleaned out before I could start planting.  Last night I finished the weeding and I'll begin planting tonight.  Then I need to get the herbs on the deck cleaned up and plant a few new ones.  I should have some good pics of everything in the next few days.  Down in the garden, the strawberries are taking over and I don't mind.  I'm going to stop them from spreading beyond where they are right now, by cutting back any future runners.  I hear that will make the plants that are left produce more fruit.  If so, we may be in for some good strawberries this year! And my cilantro in the garden grew back beautifully.  On the deck, it looks like the thyme and oregano are coming back and we planted some pumpkin seeds in two containers on the deck and they are doing great.  I'll be transferring them to the garden below sometime in the next few weeks.


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