What's for tea?


Hand's up anyone who hates having to decide what to do for tea every night? (Hand goes straight up in air). Yep me too. It's one of my pet hates, so this week I decided to make a menu and see if I can stick to it. So far so good but that will all change come tomorrow as John is away in France and Samuel wouldn't be caught dead eating chilli, which by the way he's never tasted but doesn't like!!!!

This little blackboard is something I made for a Scrapagogo challenge, before a weekend scrapping retreat a few years ago. it's the first time I've used it for anything kitcheny :0)

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  1. My hand went straight up too. When I'm organised I do a menu for the week and find it does generally help :) x

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  2. Great idea. The problem I have is Sam trains most nights - doing the adult as well as teen classes so he isn't home till half eight. Running out of things I can cook for us and then reheat in the microwave later - he will end up looking like a cheese toastie at this rate!

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  3. You've been reading my mind. I'm thinking along the lines of a rolling 10 day menu ... if only I could think of 10 dishes I want to eat on a regular basis! I also thought that I might record details of our meals weekly in Project Life.

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  4. Cute blackboard and great idea, I thought it was a restaurant menu sign :)

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  5. Love the menu board, such a good idea. I really need to get more organised, I usually end up going to the supermarket far too often just because I haven't planned what we are going to have in advance!

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  6. mmmmm yes please....think i'll pop in for tea on Monday..oh and Tuesday....actually Wednesday too - oh sod it - just set me a place for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday too!!!

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