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Menu Plan Monday

I can't believe Thanksgiving is this week!! I love Thanksgiving for many reasons.  Of course it gives me a good excuse to try a few new recipes, really think about how blessed I am and spending time with family. This year it will be my immediate family only so I will miss the craziness of the big family gatherings, for you never know what will happen??? It is always a good time though.  Even though we are apart my mom and I always cook pretty much the same things.  So it is kind of fun to compare!!  This week's menu will be pretty simple.

Monday: Pesto Chicken
Tuesday: Coney Island Chili-Dog Casserole
Wednesday: Pizza (a family tradition)
Thursday: Thanksgiving
Friday: Leftover Mania
Saturday: Hamburgers
Sunday: Turkey Tetrazzini

Lastly, I want to tell you how Thankful I am to all you who read my blog
and leave me such awesome comments. 
Thanks for always making my day!!

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  1. Happy Thanksgiving Week Tiffanee! I'm a big fan of 'leftover mania' myself, looking forward to it:@)

  2. Sounds like a great menu! I was just making my list of what has to be done and when! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. :-)

  3. Coney Island Chili Dog Casserole???? I have to know what that is all about. Sounds awesome. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  4. Great menu ideas! I can't wait for leftover turkey sandwiches on Friday!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you and all your family! I know your holiday cooking will be awesome!

  6. Oh goodness as always you have the best plan!

  7. Sounds like a great menu! The chili dog casserole sounds interesting!


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