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Menu Plan Monday & A Giveaway

A Happy 12th Birthday to my sweet daughter!!  It is hard to believe that little 3 pound baby, is now a beautiful young woman!!
Her party went really well, but boy was I tired!!  The girls commented on how much they liked the sandwich bar with fruit and veggies.  So that was really nice.  This week is a bit easier on me because of not one but two birthdays.  We are also off and running...literally. Track has started so be prepared for more pasta meals.  My son has a routine and has to have pasta the night before every meet!  I am going to have to get creative!!

This Week's Menu
Monday: Birthday Dinner
Tuesday: Enchiladas Creamas Verdes
Wednesday: Lasagna
Thursday: Sticky Chicken
Friday: Birthday Dinner
Saturday: Hoagie Sandwiches
Sunday: Grilled Steak
Now for the GREAT NEWS!! As a little "THANK YOU' I am giving away:
It is a darling cookbook! Perfect for the aspiring small cooks in your life and just about anyone!!
To enter be a follower and leave me a comment!!
Winner will be drawn by Random Number Generator on March 28th!
~HUGS~

Comments

  1. Happy 12th birthday to your daughter! :) Yes, the kids grow up so fast! Mine are 1 1/2 and 3 1/2....I sometime wish they're still infant! :P Anyway, thank you for this lovely giveaway. I'm sure I can make a good use of it cos both of my kids love to follow me in the kitchen whenever I'm cooking! Gotta train them early! LOL

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  2. I'm a follower -- what a cute cookbook to celebrate!!

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  3. Thanks for the menu plan monday, it is nice to get fresh ideas for meals throughout the week. I love cookbooks and that one looks like it would be an interesting addition to my collection. Thanks again.

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  4. I'm a follower and my granddaughter and I could have fun with this book. Thanks with the help on "what to make for dinner".

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  5. Tiffanee, may I come to your house this week for dinners, please? You make WAY better meals than I do and you are so darn organized. I'm envious! And of course I would like to win this awesome cookbook. It's got my name all over it =o)

    Can't wait to read about your pasta dishes =o) (I love pasta!)

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  6. You are too organized. I really should do a weekly menu. I would love everything on yours, what time does dinner start?!!

    What a darling cookbook. I love kids cookbooks, so many fun and creative ideas.

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  7. I'm glad her party went well. I'm always exhausted for a couple days after my daughters' birthday parties.

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  8. Happy Birthday!!!! Wow 12, time sure flies!!! Hope the birthday dinner is amazing.

    I'm so happy I actually planned our dinners for the last 3 wks, now to post it ... lol ;)

    Love that book, would love to make somethings with the boys :)

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  9. Your menu looks great this week...especially the enchiladas!

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  10. A 3 pound baby! That must have been a scary time for you. And here she is 12 years old. Happy Birthday to her. :-)

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  11. Happy birthday to your daughter. They grow up so quickly, dont they?
    Your menu sounds delicious especially the sticky chicken!
    I'm your newest follower and I have to tell you I made your no bake granola bars. They were a HUGE hit. I'm making them again tonight for my daughters lunch tomorrow. This time I'm using Nutella! :)
    Thanks for the chance to win that cute looking book.

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  12. Happy birthday to your daughter! How do you enter the give-away? Just by commenting?

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  13. Happy Birthday to your daughter! That cookbook looks so neat.

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  14. i follow you gfc
    tcogbill
    tcogbill at live dot com

    happy b-day to your daughter

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  15. This cookbook looks like fun! I hope your daughter had a fantastic birthday!

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  16. I am curious about the sticky chicken! Is it on your blog??

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  17. I am loving your blog!!! Thanks for sharing :)

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  18. Looks like a wonderful cookbook. I've been a follower of your tasty blog for a while!

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