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There is a limit of $500 in gift cards, it’s an amazing deal.

If you haven’t checked out Target Circle lately, there are all sorts of great deals, especially on toys ($10 off $50 and $25 off $100), and all sorts of gift deals for big people too.

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Free Food Resources for December 2022(San Diego County)

A new month means a reminder about all of the free food options there is here in San Diego County.

Because of the upcoming holidays, you may notice that some locations will be advertising additional distributions or special Thanksgiving or Winter Holiday meal giveaway events. As information about these events becomes available, I will be sharing them.

Keep in mind there are still supply chain issues, so there may not be a lot of food at some distributions, especially those that serve a large portion of the community.

I recommend showing up a little early with a bottle of water and a book and waiting in line. Time passes quickly in these lines, and it’s a great time to learn from others about community food options. Remember to socially distance and follow local masking regulations.

You can find resources here for Central and East County, and Here for North County.

The Rock Church, which has many locations all over San Diego County has a food and diaper pantry distribution at many of its locations throughout the month. More info can be found here.

Our friends at Faith Chapel are super ahead of the game and sent out information regarding their 2022 food distributions early on in the year.

If you are located outside San Diego County, call 211. If you are not familiar with 211, here is their website and it can point you in the right direction.

San Diego Food Bank Distributions for December 2022 can be found here. Enter your address (or just your zip code) and the map will show you all of the distributions in your area or closest to you. You can filter by the days of the week to find food when you are available. If there is an income requirement/limit to participate, each location/listing will say such. You can learn more here about the Feeding San Diego Together Tour.

Neighbor distributions are intermixed with the San Diego Food Bank Distributions, however, they have no income requirements, and you come as you are. These Distributions are primarily fruits & veg, however, some locations may also distribute canned goods, dairy, and bread.

If you know of other resources, please leave a comment! And feel free to share this post with anyone you may know in need.

Give the Gift of the Farm with the Yasukochi Family Farms Black Friday Sale!

On Tuesday I posted about practical gifts for busy families. Little did I know that Yasukochi Family Farms was having a sale this weekend!

This is an amazing sale!

This sale is only good today, FRIDAY, 11/25, and ends on Sunday, 11/27! To learn more or order, check out their website.

One month of CSA Boxes your choice of regular box or Jumbo box. and 1 bottle of olive oil. I love this olive oil, it’s the best I’ve tried.

I get a Regular sized box each week, and it’s good for a family of 4 or smaller. A Jumbo-sized Box is perfect for larger families or for families that are vegetarians or vegans.

 

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deal Round-up!

My friends over at MySavings put together this amazing list of deals and discounts for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and beyond.

You may want to bookmark or save this post for your shopping this weekend and beyond!

Bed Bath & Beyond

20% Off Entire Purchase Expiration 11.28.2022
50% Off All Christmas Decor Valid 11.27-11.29
Black Friday deals 100s of special offers up to 60% off no coupon needed Valid 11.19-11.27
CLEARANCE UP TO 70% OFF + EXCESS INV DON’T MISS DEALS Valid 11.29-12.24
Cyber Monday. Spend and get $300 get $100 Valid 11.28-12.01
Save 50% on select T-fal Pure Cook nonstick open stock cookware Valid 11.26-11.28
Save 50% on select thanksgiving dinnerware and serveware Expiration 11.26.2022
save up to $200 off on select iRobot vacuums Expiration 12.03.2022
Save up to 65% on Select Furniture Valid 11.20-12.05
Welcome Rewards+ members get 30% off total purchase Valid 11.28-11.29

T.J.Maxx

Shop finds ideal for any home starting at $12.99 Expiration 11.30.2022
Shop tjmaxx.com for 20-50% less than department store prices! Expiration 11.30.2022

Walgreens

Up to 50% off – Hello again, world! Shop sale Beauty vitamins & supplements+ Same Day Delivery or Pickup! Expiration 11.26.2022

Carter’s

Shop Black Friday 50-60% Off Entire Store At Carter’s! Expiration 11.30.2022
Shop Buy One, Get Two Denim & Free Shipping On All Orders At Carter’s! Expiration 11.30.2022
Shop 60% Off Fleece Sleep & Layering At Carter’s! Expiration 11.30.2022
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Crocs

BRIGHT FRIDAY – Up to 60% Off Select Styles Expiration 11.27
Save big on these doorbuster deals! Available for select styles and colors. Expiration 11.28
11/28 Only: Doorbuster Deals Expiration 11.29

DSW

20% Off Select OOFOS Shoes. Expiration 11.30
35% Off Cyber Monday – *Exclusions Apply Valid 11.28-11.29
Black Friday Sale – 30% Off With Code BFDEALS. Valid 11.24-11.25
Black Friday Weekender Gift With $49 Purchase with code GOINPLACESBF. Valid 11.24-11.27
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Gold and Elite Early Access Black Friday 30% off (almost everything). Expiration 11.24.2022
Up to 25% Off Select Dr. Marten. Prices as marked. Valid 11.29-11.30
Up to 50% Off On Select Crocs. Expiration 12.04.2022
Use offer code PACKITONCM at checkout for one Free Backpack with any qualifying purchase of $59 or more. Valid 11.28-11.29

Eye Buy Direct

DESIGNERBF: Designer Promotion [30% off frames + 50% off lenses on DB] Expiration 11.29
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YAYBF15: BOGO+15% Expiration 11.24
YAYBF25: BOGO+25%+FS Valid 11.25- 11.26
YAYCM15: BOGO+15%+FS Valid 11.26-11.28
YAYCM25: BOGO+25%+FS Valid 11.28-11.29

Old Navy

Black Friday Deals Starting at $20 & Under + Daily Deals at Old Navy! Valid 11.23-11.24
Black Friday Sale! Enjoy 60% Off Deals at Old Navy! Valid 11.24-11.26
Cyber Monday Sale! Get 50% Off Everything. Online Only. Restrictions Apply, Expiration 11.28.2022
Cyber Weekend Sale! Shop Online for 50% Off Everything! Valid 11.26-11.27
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Online Exclusive! Enjoy 35% Off your Old Navy purchase, even Clearance! Expiration 11.24
Online Exclusive! Enjoy 50% Off Everything! Valid 11.26-11.29
Saturday Steal! For Limited-Time Find $12 Wow Jeans for Adults & $10 for Kids & Toddlers at Old Navy! Valid 11.26

GAP

Bonus Extra 10% Off + Really Big Deals Just Added, Jeans from $30! Restrictions Apply. No Code Needed Valid 11.24-11.26
CYBER MON, 50% Off Your Purchase + Extra 10% Off + Free Shipping on All Orders! Restrictions Apply. No Code Needed Valid 11.27-11.29
HPY BLK FRI, 50% Off Your Purchase + Bonus Extra 10% Off! Restrictions Apply. No Code Needed Valid 11.24-11.26
Really Big Deals from $10 + Free Shipping on All Orders! Restrictions Apply. No Code Needed Valid 11.27-11.29
Really Big Deals from $10! Restrictions Apply. No Code Needed Expiration 11.26

Target

Black Friday deal for the fur babies. 50% off Wondershop pet beds. 30% off Boots & Barkley pet beds. Expiration 11.26
Buy one, get one 50% off select toy brands. Fisher-Price, Marvel, FAO Schwarz & more. Expiration 11.26
Deal of the Day. 40% off kids’ clothing. Valid 11.26 Only!
Deal of the Day. Get the Westinghouse 50″ TV for $169.99. Valid 11.25 Only!
Deal of the Day: 40% off women’s clothing. Explore this and so many more Black Friday deals now. Valid 11.26 Only!
Save 40% on boots for the whole family. Plus, more Black Friday deals. Valid 11.24-11.26
Save up to 40% on baby gear. Plus, find more Black Friday deals. Expiration 11.26
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Up to 50% off select toys. Unwrap the hottest Black Friday toy deals. Expiration 11.26
Black Friday deals for you & your home. Save up to 50% on kitchen & dining and up to 55% on floor care. Valid 11.24-11.26
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Ulta

40% Off L’ange Entire Brand Expiration 11.27
40% off Moisturizers Expiration 11.27
50% off Samplers Expiration 11.27
Curlsmith 50% off hair makeup
Clinique 30% off Absolutely Happy Fragrance Set Expiration 11.27
Get up to 50% off beauty deals at Ulta Beauty’s Black Friday Week Sale Expiration 11.27
Revlon 40% off select items Expiration 1.15.2023

Bass Pro

Bass Pro Shops Black Friday Sale – Save Up to 50% Off All Week Long! Expiration 11.24
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Academy Sports + Outdoors

30% Off Ray-Ban, Oakley & Costa Sunglasses Valid 11.20-11.27
Academy Sports + Outdoors Black Friday Sneak Peak Expiration 12.31.
Cyber Week – 20% Off Sitewide Sale! Valid 11.27-12.01
Up to 30% Off Nike Shoes Valid 11.21-11.27
Up To 50% Off Bikes Valid 11.20-11.27
Up To 50% Off Bikes Valid 11.27-12.04

Banana Republic

BLACK FRIDAY: 40% Off Your Full-Priced Purchase. Plus, Up To 50% Off Sale Styles. Restrictions Apply. Valid 11.23-11.26

CVS

$100s off gifts under $20, Extra Offer 20% off In-Store Pick-up (BOPIS) Expiration 12.03.2022
$100s off gifts under $20! Pickup in store in as little as 1 hour. Valid 12/4-12/31

Kohl’s

Take 10% off Kitchen, Floorcare and Furniture. Select Styles. with code HOME10 Valid 11.24-11.25
Take 15% off General Public Offer with code ENJOY15 Expiration 11.26
Kohl’s Rewards Exclusive. Take $10 off $50. Online Only. with code REWARDS10 Only Available 11.28
Take 20% off General Public Offer Extended. with code GOSHOP20 Valid 11.29-11.30
Take 20% off General Public Offer. with code SHOP20 Valid 11.26-11.28

OshKosh B’gosh

Enjoy Free Shipping On All Orders At OshKosh B’gosh! Expiration 11.29
Shop $5+ Slogans, Leggings, Tees & Free Shipping On All Orders At OshKosh B’gosh! Expiration 11.29
Shop 50-60% Off Shoes & Boots, Plus Free Shipping On All Orders At OshKosh B’gosh! Expiration 11.29
Shop Black Friday 50-60% Off Entire Store & Enjoy Free Shipping On All Orders At OshKosh B’gosh! Expiration 11.29
Shop Buy One, Get Two Denim & Free Shipping On All Orders At OshKosh B’gosh! Expiration 11.29
Shop 60% Off All Holiday & Free Shipping On All Orders At OshKosh B’gosh! Valid Expiration 12.02

The Children’s Place

Black Friday is On! Entire Site up to 50-60% off! Expiration 11.26.2022
Buy Online and Ship to Store & save 15%! Expiration 1.01.2023

Athleta

All Sale: Up To 60% Off Expiration 11.28
Limited Time Offer – Tops & Bottoms starting at $10 off at Athleta.com! Expiration 11.28
Find the Best Gifts for Girls this Holiday with the Top picks of the Season at Athleta.com! Expiration 12.20.2022
Make the Holidays Magical with our Top picks of the Season at Athleta.com! Expiration 12.20.2022
Share the warm with the ones you love with the Gift of Cozy at Athleta.com! Expiration 12.20.2022
New Customers enjoy 20% Off $150+ Online Orders with promo code HELLOATH20 at Athleta.com! Expiration 12.31

Carters

Shop 60% Off Fleece Sleep & Layering At Carter’s! Expiration 11.30.2022
Shop Buy One, Get Two Denim & Free Shipping On All Orders At Carter’s! Expiration 11.30.2022
Shop Black Friday 50-60% Off Entire Store At Carter’s! Expiration 11.30.2022
Shop 60% Off All Holiday At Carter’s! Expiration 12.03.2022

 

Repurposing Leftovers: Turkey Soup!

Leftover Turkey. It’s coming. Here is my favorite way to repurpose leftovers and make a really yummy soup.

The best part is that you can add anything you’ve got left over and it’s yummy.

Turkey Soup

Ingredients:

  • 8-10 cups of turkey stock (I use the recipe here and substitute the turkey for chicken)
  • 4-ish cups of leftover turkey chopped into bite-size pieces
  • 2-3 cups of leftover roasted veggies (Or if you don’t have any: 2 carrots, peeled and chopped, 2 ribs celery, chopped, 2 medium potatoes, peeled and cut into bite-sized pieces)
  • 1-2 cups turkey gravy (optional, but makes the soup thick and richer)
  • Optional, but yummy: 1 cup uncooked Noodles/pasta. I like Rotini or Elbow Macaroni.

Directions:

  1. In a large stock pot, add stock, meat, and veggies. Simmer on medium until the soup has reached a gentle boil, and if using fresh veggies the veggies are fork tender.
  2. Add in noodles/pasta, and allow to simmer 10-ish minutes, until pasta is cooked.
  3. Now it’s gravy time. Gently pour in the gravy, and bring the soup to a gentle boil, stirring frequently.
  4. Serve soup immediately. It’s really good topped with reheated leftover stuffing/dressing.

This soup reheats well and can be frozen for future meals.

How to Repurpose Thanksgiving Leftovers

Everyone loves leftovers!

At this point, your 2022 Thanksgiving Meal is already cookin’. And if your dinner is anything like ours, there are leftovers. Lots and lots of leftovers. Which, don’t get me wrong is great, but, after a few days, you may get tired of eating leftovers.

Here are a few ways you can repurpose your Thanksgiving leftovers and make something tasty (and different).

1- Let’s start with the star of the show- The Bird.  I recommend taking the carcass and a few cups of meat (I use dark meat) and make stock. Here is my basic recipe, substitute the rotisserie chicken in the recipe for your turkey. And the best part is that you can do it in the crockpot overnight! Once you have a rich stock, you can make- SOUP! I’ll have a great Turkey Soup recipe up in a bit.

When packing up leftovers, I cut all of the remaining meat up, so there aren’t HUGE CHUNKS. This makes the meat easy to serve for future meals.

2- Gravy. Don’t ditch the leftover gravy! I add my leftover gravy to my Turkey Soup. Admittedly, I make a lot (8 cups+) of gravy.  Not a thick soup fan?

  • It’s turkey pie time! It’s a take on shepherd’s pie.  Take 1 cup of gravy, 2-3 cups of bite-size pieces of turkey, and 1 cup of frozen carrots and peas (or if you have leftover veggies from dinner). Mix all together, and pour into a greased baking dish. Then, top with 2-3 cups of leftover mashed potatoes. Cover with foil and bake for 20-30 minutes. I like to top with 1/2 cup of sharp cheddar cheese about 10 minutes before it’s done, remove the foil, and allow the cheese to melt and get all bubbly.

3-Mashed Potatoes. Don’t ditch the taters, they have lots of life in leftovers! In addition to the turkey pie above, Mashed potato cakes are a good choice, and they are super easy to make!

  • Mashed Potato Cakes start with 2 cups mashed potatoes, 1 egg, 1 cup AP flour, 1/2 c grated or minced onion, salt, and pepper. Mix all of these ingredients together and form into patties. Fry the patties in 1 cup oil (your choice), drain on paper towels prior to serving. If you like cheese, add 1/2 cup cheese of your choice.  These are great for breakfast with eggs.

4- Cranberry Sauce/Jelly. I like topping toasted leftover rolls with it, or putting it on toast. It’s also good on turkey sandwiches. Thirsty Whale has a great cocktail recipe using Cranberry Sauce.

Talk Back: How do you repurpose your holiday leftovers?

 

11/21/2022 Weekly Meal Plan

0a5e9dab796cea8a07eabe4eb4795b9e.jpgOur  Yasukochi Family Farms CSA box is arriving today and I am looking forward to making a big batch of soup! The cold dry weather we’ve been having recently has me in the mood for soup!

This week we’re leaning a lot on what we already had on-hand. My grocery trip for this week is bagels, coffee, cheese, and some garlic (I’m all out!!).

The kids and I are off school/work this week, and we plan on using some of our summer reading program museum passes, visiting the zoo, going to the library, and hanging out with family and friends.

We’ve been trying a lot of new foods lately, thanks to the really great freebies from Social Nature lately too. It’s fun to try new foods.

For those of you that are new to meal planning, I’ve got an easy 101 style post here with super easy tips and steps. After you get that down, here is info about batch or freezer cooking.

I’ve gotten a pretty good inventory of the pantry, freezer, and fridge done (I try to update it after every shopping trip), so I’m able to plan meals and use up what we’ve got with little waste.

I only post our dinner plans for the week, because our other meals are usually the same each day.

Breakfast: Coffee with 1/2 and 1/2  for me, and pancakes or something along those lines for the kids. They are also into fruit and bagels for breakfast. Lately, the big kid has been digging protein shakes in the morning. This is his favorite kind. 

Lunch: I have a plastic tote in the cupboard full of self-serve snacks. I buy treats and snacks in bulk and fill up snack-sized zip-top bags. The big kid brings his lunch from home every day and the littlest buys her lunch at school about half the time. In California, all public schools provide breakfast and lunch for free.

Dinner: This week is packed as far as appointments, so I’m leaning on stuff that’s easy and tasty. I prepped fruits and veg over the weekend and made up the last Dream Dinner and portioned it into lunch-sized servings.

  • Monday: Butternut Squash Bisque, rolls, roasted veggies

  • Tuesday: Frozen entrees,  Kale Cranberry Salad

  • Wednesday: Nuggets, fruit, crackers, and cheese (the typical Wednesday night dinner)

  • Thursday:  Thanksgiving dinner with family

  • Friday: Takeout night!
  • Saturday: Soup (I have several varieties in the freezer, I’ll defrost one in the morning), garlic bread, salad
  • Sunday:  Leftovers

Recipe: Chicken Fajita Stew

If you follow me on Instagram, you saw that I made soup the other morning. This stew is easy to make. It’s hearty, filling, and is a great way to incorporate veggies into your diet without much fuss.

Oh, and it’s great with crunched-up tortilla chips and cheese on top!

Let’s get into it!

Chicken Fajita Stew

Ingredients:

  • 8-10 cups of chicken stock (I made my own, but you can use canned chicken stock or broth)
  • 1 T. Butter
  • 2 Onions, diced
  • 2 Bell peppers, chopped
  • 2 ribs of Celery, diced
  • The kernels from 2 ears of corn (about 2-ish cups). You can also use frozen or canned (no salt added)
  • 2 Yellow Italian Squash, cut into slices and then quartered
  • 2 Tomatoes, diced
  • 1 can of heirloom beans
  • 1 can of diced tomatoes
  • Roughly 3 cups of chopped rotisserie chicken
  • 1T. each: cumin, chili powder, garlic powder,  oregano
  • 1 bay leaf
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

  1. In a large stock pot, melt butter over medium heat and add onions, bell peppers, and celery. Cook, stirring frequently until onions are translucent.
  2. Add in stock and remaining ingredients. Simmer over medium/low heat for 30-45 minutes, or longer if you like.
  3. Serve with quesadillas or top your soup with tortilla chips and shredded/crumbled cheese.

All of the fresh veggies came from our CSA Box! To learn more about our favorite CSA, Yasukochi Family Farms, check out my post here.

This recipe makes 10-12 servings. It freezes well, and yes, like most soups, it’s better the next day.

This recipe is naturally gluten-free.

 

8 Gifts for the Sensory Seeker on Your List

There are a lot of reasons people are sensory seekers- For the most part, Fidgets and the like keep their bodies busy and it allows their brains to focus. People with ADHD, ODD, ADD, ASD, or simply those who are very stressed, may “fidget” to help focus.

Fidget spinners, doodling, and tactile small toys are all great. Some people who are sensory seekers (whether they know it or not), require more such as deep pressure or being bundled up. Regardless of whatever type you have, here are some of our favorite gifts that have helped our family:

Remember the Bop It toy from the 90’s? Twist it, pull it, bop it? This Fidget cube is the smaller, more discreet version. With 6 different tactile fidgets, it’s a great way to discover whatever kind of sensation works best.

If you are looking for something bright and colorful, a little more engaging…
These “snake” fidgets as we call them, are IT.

We have some in the sensory box, my car, and the kids’ backpacks. They are fun- you can make a circle, or a snake, my son likes to bend them in weird ways and pretend it’s his mustache.

If you are new to the world of fidgets and sensory toys, this is a great “starter pack”.  It has all sorts of great small toys. They are discreet too.

Some people need sensory items to help them decompress. Items like weighted blankets are great for this type of need. Weighted blankets act like a hug and release feel-good hormones in your body, and help quash the stress hormones like cortisol (1). Weighted blankets for adults should be 10% of their body weight. For growing kids, it should be 10% of their current weight, plus 1-2 pounds to allow for growth (2). I really like this weighted blanket, especially since it has a removable cover. It comes in 2 sizes and 4 different weights.

My big kid loves being wrapped up in a blanket, almost like being swaddled. That gets exhausting after a while, so I took to the internet to find a solution.

Hug Sleep, Sleep Pod is perfect. Especially with a weighted blanket on top!

For fun time, when rolling around and being silly, we’ve found that this stretchy sack is tons of fun, and helps him regulate. And yes, these type of sacks come in adult sizes too!

The next item, while not a toy or fun doodad, is essential in my mind. Not just for sensory seekers, but for those that just need a break from sounds. Loop Earplugs are a life changer. My big kid is easily overwhelmed by sounds, especially out in public, or when his sister is having a hard time herself and is vocal about her troubles. They are discreet too, which is important for tweens and teens.

The last two items are both in my car at all times.

Some sensory seekers chew. Were you a pencil chewer as a kid? Always have gum at your desk? “Chewelry” or silicone jewelry that’s meant to chew on keeps your pencils and fingernails safe.

My big kid has these sweet shark tooth necklaces. There is one in my car (and one in his backpack). He informed me that all the cool kids at school have them. He also told me some junior high girls have pacifiers- which was popular when I was in high school…

And finally, these Liquid Motion Bubblers are great for helping kids (and adults) calm down and center. Remember a few years ago when DIY calm-down jars were all the rage? These are a much better idea- They aren’t going to open and get everywhere. One of these lives in my center console for when kiddos need to listen to some quiet music and re-center themselves.

11/15/2022 Weekly Meal Plan

0a5e9dab796cea8a07eabe4eb4795b9e.jpgOur  Yasukochi Family Farms CSA box didn’t arrive yesterday (our main community gate was having functionality issues), so I didn’t meal prep or plan yesterday.

This week we’re leaning a lot on what we already had on-hand. My grocery trip was to pick up bagels and milk.

We’ve been trying a lot of new foods lately, thanks to the really great freebies from Social Nature lately too. It’s fun to try new foods.

For those of you that are new to meal planning, I’ve got an easy 101 style post here with super easy tips and steps. After you get that down, here is info about batch or freezer cooking.

I’ve gotten a pretty good inventory of the pantry, freezer, and fridge done (I try to update it after every shopping trip), so I’m able to plan meals and use up what we’ve got with little waste.

I only post our dinner plans for the week, because our other meals are usually the same each day.

Breakfast: Coffee with 1/2 and 1/2  for me, and pancakes or something along those lines for the kids. They are also into fruit and bagels for breakfast. Lately, the big kid has been digging protein shakes in the morning. This is his favorite kind. 

Lunch: I have a plastic tote in the cupboard full of self-serve snacks. I buy treats and snacks in bulk and fill up snack-sized zip-top bags. The big kid brings his lunch from home every day and the littlest buys her lunch at school about half the time. In California, all public schools provide breakfast and lunch for free.

Dinner: This week is packed as far as appointments, so I’m leaning on stuff that’s easy and tasty. I prepped fruits and veg over the weekend and made up the last Dream Dinner and portioned it into lunch-sized servings.

  • Monday:  Colonial Chowder, Garlic bread

  • Tuesday: Frozen entrees, roasted veggies, mashed sweet potatoes

  • Wednesday: Nuggets, fruit, crackers, and cheese (the typical Wednesday night dinner)

  • Thursday:  Roasted brussels sprouts, riced cauliflower, bbq chicken breasts

  • Friday: Takeout night!
  • Saturday:  Hearty Veggie Soup 
  • Sunday:  Leftovers