Menu Plan for the Week…and Are You Having Trouble Leaving a Comment On My Posts??

I’ve heard from several of you that you’ve tried to leave a comment on a post sometime in the last couple of weeks, but my site hasn’t let you.  How very rude of my site to not let you say what you would like to say.  I’m so sorry.  We’ve tried to get to the bottom of this, with little success.  So, the only thing we can think of is that, since my site has recently been upgraded (on the back end), many computers are remembering my site as it used to be, and is therefore not letting you leave a comment.

Doesn’t that just totally make sense?  No?  That’s okay.  I know what I mean.  Sort of.

What I recommend to you is that you “clear your computer cache“.  Hopefully that will take care of the problem.  Because I reallllly want you to be able to leave comments when you want to leave comments.  I always love hearing what you all have to say.

Not sure how to clear your cache?  Here is a “how to clear your computer cache” tutorial, which is very helpful.

Don’t you wish there was some method of clearing your brain cache when you’re feeling bogged down and overwhelmed?  If I ever find a tutorial for that, I will be sure and let you know.  (Although I suppose prayer would do the trick, wouldn’t it?  God is always good to take a load off our hearts and brains.)  :)

I am loving this time of year, with so many great, fresh fruits and vegetables available!!  Can’t get enough!  We are focusing on having two or three fruits and vegetables for each meal.  It’s awesome!

Here’s what our menu looks like this week:

Sunday, July 22
Oatmeal, fresh peaches
Tuna salad, cherry tomatoes, applesauce, cucumbers
Calzones, cherries, baby carrots

Monday, July 23
Banana muffins, cantaloupe
Chicken burritos, watermelon, carrot sticks, kiwi
Cheeseburger zucchini boats, green beans

Tuesday, July 24
Whole wheat waffles, blueberries
Homemade chicken nuggets, peas, kiwi
Taco potatoes, smoothies

Wednesday, July 25
Pancake sausage muffins, cantaloupe
Pizza on the grill, peaches, peppers from the garden
Turkey sausage and red bean stew, watermelon, tomatoes

Thursday, July 26
Scrambled eggs with cheese, cherries
Grilled hotdogs (I use Applegate brand all beef hotdogs), watermelon, green beans
Italian pasta bake (on the stovetop so I don’t have to heat the oven), tossed salad, zucchini

Friday, July 27
Peanut butter honey toast, peaches and cream
Cottage cheese and pineapple, tomatoes, sweet peppers
Steak on the grill, zucchini, corn on the cob, cucumbers

Saturday, July 28
Granola, fruit
Leftovers
Bbq chicken, fried zucchini, green beans

 

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  1. Lana says

    I have not had any problems with comments. We are loving al the produce too! While I have a very shady yard and no success with a garden here, I recenly found a great produce stand with local produce for really great prices!

    I have found a great homeopathic product that does calm my thoughts at bedtime when I can’t stop thinking about everything that needs to be done. Rescue Sleep, made by Bach works great for me. It does not work for my 29 yr old daughter so YMMV. If you order from Vitacost they have it and it would be worth a try for anyone like me who can’t turn off the brain at bedtime. You may need more sprays than it suggests but you cannot overdose on it so play around with the dose if you try it.

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  2. says

    We love this time of year too. We are members of a CSA and have a small container garden and throughly enjoy all the produce we get each week.

    I am going to try grilling pizza this week. It intrigues me and will be great for those triple digit days, not having to turn the oven on.

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  3. Karen Dee says

    Oh YES! I forgot about grilling pizza. Been wanting some and didn’t want to turn the oven on.
    And yes! I am loving the fresh produce. Tastes SO different. I don’t garden as I use 2 canes and don’t get around well enough to do all the work, but, we have farmers at the farm market who d0on’t use chemicals. Great way to get healthy veggies for the summer and to freeze for the winter.

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  4. Karen Dee says

    Oh YES! I forgot about grilling pizza. Been wanting some and didn’t want to turn the oven on.
    And yes! I am loving the fresh produce. Tastes SO different. I don’t garden as I use 2 canes and don’t get around well enough to do all the work, but, we have farmers at the farm market who don’t use chemicals. Great way to get healthy veggies for the summer and to freeze for the winter.

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  5. jessica says

    I just wanted to say thank you so much for your site. I am and have been addicted to it for quite a while now. I love your recipes and your advice in the kitchen. You have helped me in my journey to feed my family better food and it has been amazing. Thanks for your work it is so appreciated!

    Jess

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