As I write this, I am sitting in my hotel room in Quebec City. This hotel, the Chateau Frontenac, is one I have dreamed of staying in since I was a kid. Let me tell you, it didn’t disappoint. It is luxurious but even better in my eyes, it is filled with history. The staff have been amazing and the food in the restaurants on site has been just what I wanted out of Quebec. Of course, we’ve been exploring the city and local countryside too. Blog posts sharing the experience are to come but in the meantime, if you’ve ever considered coming to Quebec City, stop sitting on the fence. It has something for everyone and the beauty of the city and its people just shouldn’t be missed.
I love my home but leaving Quebec is not going to be easy. The only thing that makes it better is knowing that we’re already making plans to come back! There are a few things we couldn’t do because they were out of season. And alas, I came here with pneumonia and flared up asthma and now my little Moonpie is sick with a runny nose and bad cough. So, a few days, we took it pretty easy and didn’t spend as much time sightseeing as we normally would. Even then, the downtime (and the French food we had delivered to our hotel room!!!) was lovely. How was your week?
WEEKLY MEAL PLAN
YOUR GUIDE TO THE MEALS IN MY MENU PLANS:
FF = FREEZER FRIENDLY
SC = SLOW COOKER
MF = MEAT FREE
PLO = PLANNED LEFTOVERS
I’m also planning extra simple meals on Saturdays and Sundays so that we truly can take a Sabbath and spend some time focusing on family and fun!
Grilled bacon wrapped chicken, steamed carrots, roasted potatoes (on the grill)
Cheddar bacon mini meatloaves, carrots, Brussels sprouts
Sauteed Spinach with Chicken over Creamy Polenta,
Italian Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloin (FF), Roasted Sweet Potatoes, green beans, carrots
Meat free Friday: Grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, fruit and yogurt parfaits
Super simple Saturday Sabbath meal: Chicken stir fry (PLO) (using leftover chicken from freezer and any leftover veggies on hand), rice
Super simple Sabbath meal: Slow cooker tortellini casserole (SC) garlic bread, Caesar salad.
Looking for some super quick and easy meals? Check out these delicious 15 minute main dish recipes.
Save time and effort with 20 Easy Meals Using Rotisserie Chicken
Here’s a full 30 days worth of quick, easy, and inexpensive main dish ideas here.
You can find more of my menu plans here.
And check out more meal plan ideas over on Menu Plan Monday at Orgjunkie.com
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