Hey friends! I had a wonderful birthday yesterday. I spent 3 hours in downpour rain at an outside church picnic, yikes! Boy was it a went one! I actually I didn’t mind too much though because I got to spend my birthday with some of my favorite people so that totally made up for the rainy day :)
Remember last week when I showed you this picture:
Well today I wanted to talk a little bit about macaroni salad. While the macaroni salad in the picture above was all right, it wasn’t amazing. It’s called Mom’s Best Macaroni Salad and it has a lot of great reviews but to me it was just okay. It’s made with both mayo and sweetened condensed milk which in my opinion made it a little too sweet. Not only that but I found it to be a little too saucy and gloppy for me. I’ve really had no luck at all with macaroni salads in general.
Then the other day I was going through my feed reader and Pioneer Woman had a post titled The Best Macaroni Salad Ever. In my quest to find the best macaroni salad ever, I immediately had to click on the link. It does look good although I haven’t had a chance to make it yet. I’m not really sure how I feel about black olives in a macaroni salad. I’m hoping someone else has given it a try and can give me their opinion. OR if you’ve got another macaroni salad that you absolutely love then please please share it with me. That would be awesome, thank you!
This is the last week of school for my kids and we are counting down the days. Can hardly wait!
I hope you all have a wonderfully organized and delicious week :)
My Weekly Menu Plan:
Monday: Spaghetti and meat sauce
Tuesday: Mexican Grilled Chicken Wraps
Wednesday: Pineapple Ham & Rice served with broccoli
Thursday: Leftover buffet
Friday: Quick Homemade Pizza
Saturday: Breakfast for dinner ~ Blueberry Yogurt Waffles
Sunday: Happy Canada Day! I’ll be making this fun Canadian Flag Cake to go with a simple supper!
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