Meal Plan Monday Post - August

Catching you up to "in real life" on the meal plans - will do August this week, September next, and then we'll be in October! August was apparently pretty hectic looking back at my meal plan organizer. It looks like we winged the first half of the month since I don't have anything recorded until August 19th. I'm not too surprised since we would've been getting a lot of good produce from our CSA box. I would just pick up some protein / meats from the grocery store and pair that with some vegetables. And oh yeah there would've been a one year anniversary celebration! We also hosted a small housewarming party - more details on that to come later. So here's August!

Meal Plan for August

   Tuesday 8/19 - Dinner with TJ & Artie in Durham
      Bulls game and dinner afterwards at Mellow Mushroom

   Wednesday 8/20 - Slow cooker beef stroganoff
   Thursday 8/21 - Soba noodles with spinach and peanut sauce, spring rolls
   Friday 8/22 - Scallops with risotto
   Saturday 8/23 - Brunch Savory crepes

      Dinner Sloppy joes
   Sunday 8/24 - Breakfast Baked oatmeal
      Dinner Crab cakes, arugula salad

   Monday 8/25 - Carla Hall's seared tuna sandwich
   Tuesday 8/26 - Pork chops with macaroni and cheese, applesauce
   Wednesday 8/27 - Nacho night
   Thursday 8/28 - Orzo with sweet potato and caramelized veggies
   Friday 8/29 - Host neighbors for dinner
      Baked chicken with peach-basil salsa, couscous, salad
   Saturday 8/30 - Breakfast Chocolate chip pancakes
      Lunch Snack-y
      Dinner Dinner Double Date with The Williamses at Glenwood Grille
   Sunday 8/31 - Breakfast Hosted brunch for Romin and Mimi
         Cinnamon rolls, scrambled eggs, bacon, grits, fruit

      Lunch Durham Food Truck Rodeo
      Dinner Snack-y

Friday 8/29 was bring home kitties day!

Labor Day Weekend sure was keeping us busy!
What are some of your favorite things to eat in August?!

Pardon the cell phone pics!

1 comment:

  1. Always enjoy seeing your menu planning. Love all the fresh veggies, especially Chinese okra. Only know one friend that grows it. Taste very different than regular okra. Can you get it there?