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Meal Plan Saturday 9th July 2016

It's a rather busy week coming up and Mr MC&W is working from home. Meaning a bit more thought has had to go into the meals this week.

Saturday - a huge plate of salad containing avocado, crispy bacon, blue cheese, loads of salad leaves and tomatoes with a sprinkling of honey and mustard dressing. It was meant to have roasted new potatoes, but I ran out of time,  so used the emergency crouton pack.... Every busy house needs one. The boys had the always popular fish and chips with peas.

Sunday - roast chicken breast, roast potatoes and fine green beans for the boys. We had chicken breast stuffed with blue cheese left overs from last night it was then roasted on a bed of courgettes, red onions, mushrooms and tomatoes served with roast potatoes and spinach.

Monday - pulled pork burgers with chips for us all. Not sure what the boys will make of this but it's worth a try.


Tuesday - Fish and rice for the boys this will be oven roasted cod with plain rice and peas/sweet corn on the side. We will be having a cheats meal of Mediterranean rice and cook in the bag fish, served with fine green beans.

Wednesday - Tuna Pasta bake for everyone with loads of veggies

Thursday - the boys are having mash , sausages and beans. We are having chicken Kiev with new potatoes and green veg

Friday - mini meatballs for the boys and normal sized meatballs for is. An easy to prepare meal that can be put in the oven.

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