So sorry it has been so long since I have blogged. NO excuses, just been so busy! I am currently in one of my favorite cities, Atlanta,GA, visiting with my daughter, son-in-law and new grandson. He was born July 14, weighing in at 7lbs. 9 oz. and 20 inches long. He is very healthy, eating and sleeping well. I will be staying for about 2 and 1/2 weeks to help my daughter as much as I can. I will be doing some cooking for her and freezing so she has some meals after I leave that she can just pull out and heat for her family. I will do my best to post some of the recipes that are particularly good for making ahead and freezing. So check back often!
This "nanny" thing is just wonderful!! I was able to watch him come into this world and it was such a phenomenal experience. I am so honored that my daughter wanted me present for the delivery.
I am in the process of getting my "act" together for September at the church I work for. This means lots of menu planning and I mean LOTS! It also means budgeting, organizing, cleaning,etc. I am looking forward to getting back to cooking in September when we start our Wed. night dinners for the school year. I am thinking about making some changes. Some of those changes are offering soup and salad bar, adding a second meat, maybe going to buffet style, I don't know! I just want to bring more people to our Wed. night dinners. The more people, the better! Since menu planning can be difficult at times, what are some of your best menu planning ideas, menu plans, etc. I would love to hear from others on these subjects.