Hi everyone! Happy Independence Day to all of you in the US! Enjoy your day! Here in Canada we celebrated Canada’s 149th birthday last Friday and also enjoyed a three day weekend. It was a nice relaxing one for us AND I also got a lot of organizing done!! I’m on fire right now, no where in my house is safe lol. I am so proud of myself too because I managed to part with something very special to me, my Taste of Home cookbooks! They were taking up so much space and I haven’t used them in years now that I eat a Paleo diet. I kept them in a cabinet in my dining room but I need that space for other things.
These magazines taught me how to cook 10 years ago and I used them all the time for menu planning at the beginning. The recipes made me shine because they were straightforward to follow, no fancy ingredients, quick and easy. I can’t recommend them more. But now it’s time to move on and use this space for things that I’m actually using. Here’s the pile I parted with. So long my cookbook friends, thanks for being so good to me!
Is anyone else a fan of Taste of Home?
So here’s what we’ll be eating this week. What’s on your menu?
My Weekly Menu Plan:
Tuesday: Herb & Garlic Chicken Drumsticks served with spinach salad
Wednesday: Slow Cooker Kalua Pork Tacos
Thursday: Leftover buffet
Saturday: Paleo Zucchini Noodles with Shrimp and Bacon (without butter and Parmesan cheese)
Sunday: YOYO (you’re on your own!)
Have a wonderful week everyone!!
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