We have all agreed that we absolutely must eat down the freezer supplies.....so July is the month.
Saturday July 1
Breakfast -- homemade chocolate chip waffles with syrup
Lunch -- leftover pulled pork on brioche buns with cole slaw
Supper -- barbecued chicken, baked macaroni and cheese, cole slaw
Snacks -- brownies, popcorn
Sunday July 2
Breakfast -- cereal with soy milk/milk
Lunch and Supper -- clean out refrigerator day
Snacks -- graham crackers, brownies
Monday July 3
Breakfast -- egg, cheese, flour tortilla wraps
Lunch -- yogurt
Supper -- fried chicken (cooked enough for lunch for the next day), string beans with potatoes
Snacks -- graham crackers
Tuesday July 4
Breakfast -- blueberry pancakes
Lunch -- fried chicken, squash with onions, cucumbers in vinegar, string beanss with potatoes
Supper -- homemade pizzas (one pepperoni and cheese, one veggie with mushrooms, bell pepper, etc.)
Afternoon tea -- tea and biscuits as a nod to our British heritage
Snacks -- popcorn, cookies, ice cream
Wednesday July 5
Breakfast -- don't laugh....I pulled out a hodge podge of leftover veggies from the day before. My daughter had cereal.
Lunch -- homemade pizza leftovers
Supper -- everyone fixed a plate of hodgepodge leftovers.
Thursday July 6
Breakfast -- eggs with cheese
Lunch -- cereal (long story)
Supper -- crockpot barbecue meatballs, string beans, potatoes
Friday July 7 (Road trip)
Breakfast/Lunch -- I baked 8 biscuits and fried ham to go in them. Extras are for on the road. I also packed snacks from food storage.
Saturday -- We will be out of state and I have allotted for at least one meal out during the trip.
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