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    Meatball Subs and cheese breadsticks.
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    Hamburgers on the grill, pasta salad, and chips.

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    *Veggie Pizza
    *Tossed Salads
    *Papaya and Mango Chunks

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    Peanut butter sandwiches for the kids
    Morningstar Farm veggie cake & broccoli slaw

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    Chips and Cheese along with beans & salsa

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    I made hoppin john ... a one pan dish with kilbasa sausage, onions, garlic, rice, black eyed peas, and beef broth. One of my favorites and my first cook at home meal for this pay period.
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    I'm trying a new recipe for white bean chicken chili, it smells good so far.

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    Biscuits and gravy (sausage gravy). I wish DH would hurry up and get home... I've been looking forward to this all day!!

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    chili and cornbread

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