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What A Ridiculous Week!

April 28th, 2012 at 09:18 am

This was a crazy-busy week. Glad it's over. The Husband and I were both working like crazy. We went to bed very early last night and slept late, which is 7:30 for us. Because of the busy week, the house is a mess! We were on survival for a couple of those days! Today we both have fun things to do, but we'll have a little bit of time to pull things back together with the help of the kids. I'm thinking tomorrow will be the day to be a little more thorough.

Dinners this week... I don't know which was which night! Can't remember!

Roasted Potatoes topped with poached eggs, a dollop of sour cream and a sprinkle of chives from the garden. Super fast and easy... Heaven! We ate them with fresh pineapple and oranges.

Turkey burgers... homemade rolls, a bag of Trader Joe's fries from the freezer and salad.

Whole wheat noodles with spicy peanut sauce...

Meatball sandwiches... I make a *million* turkey meatballs at a time and freeze them. We just pulled a few from the freezer, cooked them in tomato sauce and ate them on homemade rolls. Everyone loved it.


Yep. I'm in the group who hasn't really posted the spending for the last week or two. I just got too busy. But I always track all those expenses, so if I have time this weekend I'll go back and post. Our biggest expense this month, besides the mortgage (and the taxes!!), has been transportation, as always (gas, tolls, public transportation). We had a decent month, food-wise, but I hope May can be a little better. I always say that!

2 Responses to “What A Ridiculous Week!”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    Hope things calm down for you and this week isn't ridiculous. Your meatball sandwiches sound fab!

  2. Swimgirl Says:

    This is the recipe I use, but I multiply it by 8 usually. I just form the meatballs and put in the freezer on a cookie sheet. When they're frozen, I put them in ziploc bags, and we use a few at a time as we need them. We simmer them in plain tomato sauce. The pesto has plenty of flavor.


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