Monday, October 12, 2020

Menu Monday


My house is emptied. No we did not pack up and move, I meant that Kurt and Kris would be leaving today and life would get back to mostly normal..... Well as normal as things can be in the year 2020 and the time of Covid-19.

Our Thanksgiving was wonderful. Kris got our WIFI extender up and running, helped hang the new curtains in the dining room, got Harvey's watch working with his phone, and even got my old desktop computer running a bit faster. 

We put AcornTV on my television, and when I am not watching I will share my subscription with Kris. He even got his Disney+ subscription put onto my television as well. I may just decide not to get anything more than basic on our MaxTV subscription. Mind you Harvey may want a bit more.

It is very quiet here now, and that will take a bit of getting used to once again. We are all looking forward to getting together over Christmas (provided things are still allowed to happen). Being so far apart causes a few problems especially when one lives outside the province.

Here are my menus for the upcoming week.


Hotdogs, salad and homemade beans.


Leftover turkey. I am not sure what is going to be made, but I am leaning to a casserole. It is getting colder and hot, rib sticking food sounds wonderful.


Leftover roast beef. A roast beef roll (grinding up the meat and rolling it up in a biscuit dough and baking) served with mushrooms and asparagus.


Soup and sandwiches. I think I am going to pull out some of the turkey bone broth I made awhile back and use it up. Egg salad sandwiches sound pretty darn good right now.


Salmon patties, rice and whatever bits and bobs for veggies are saved in the fridge. 


Clean out the fridge night.


Roast pork, roasted potatoes and roasted carrots.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.


  1. I'm so glad you all had a good time. There's nothing like family to help bolster the spirits, eh? Your menu sounds delicious. ~Andrea xoxo

  2. It's wonderful you got to visit with both boys. I'm sure they enjoyed mom's homecooked meals!

    I've got the basic MaxTV channels but I did add in the sports channels. My daughter shares her Netflix with me, but I rarely watch it. Something to keep in mind too, is SaskTel has been offering free previews of various channels quite frequently. When the lockdown first happened they pretty much opened everything up, but lately it has been a couple of channels at a time. Unless he is really locked in on a certain program - and then you have the option of purchasing just one channel.

    Take care and stay well!

  3. Isn't it wonderful tat our kids can help us get things running?

  4. Always good to have a son around!