Sunday, March 22, 2020
Menu Plan: March 22 - 28 (Laetare Sunday and 5th Week of Lent)
So, we are watching liturgy from Saint Michael's. We are so blessed because Rich is a lay Eucharistic minister, and because of our particular situation living away from a parish of our own, we have been provided with reserved Sacrament for our family and are able to have Jesus in the Eucharist in our home at all times.
Our friends' church, Our Lady Star of the Sea is also broadcasting their masses. The Diocese of Cascadia Anglican Church is broadcasting, as are many Orthodox churches including our friends' church. If you don't have a church broadcast, perhaps this will help you worship and focus on the Lord and how you can serve His people during this time.
Since parties have all been cancelled at this time, we are going to be celebrating Elijah's birthday this week, as we celebrated Amira's a couple weeks ago, mostly here at home. Amira and Jerome had cakes in the freezer from their cake decorating class and so one will be eaten at lunch for Laetare Sunday (the Church's Mother's Day) and the other will be served with dinner for Elijah's birthday.
- Sunday - Laetare Sunday
Breakfast: Crumpets with Fried Eggs and Cheese, Bananas, Milk and Coffee
Dinner: Corned Beef, Roasted Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts, Marinated Cucumbers and Onions, Carrot Cake
Breakfast: Ful, Green Hot Sauce, Bread, Bananas, Tea and Honey
Dinner: Tomato and Olive Pasta, with Eggplant and Fresh Oregano, Garlic Bread, Cucumber and Onion Salad
Breakfast: Avocado Toast with Olive Oil and Salt, Oranges, Coffee
Dinner: Vegetable Soup with Split Peas and Noodles, Cabbage, Carrot and Cucumber Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette, Frozen Fruit Pops
- Wednesday - Feast of Annunciation
Breakfast: Dutch Baby Pancake, Sliced Apples, Tea with Honey
Dinner: Fish Cakes, Thyme Roasted Carrots and Broccoli, Fruit Salad
Breakfast: Steel Cut Oatmeal with Chopped Apples and Cinnamon Sugar, Coffee
Dinner: Blackened Shrimp, Black Bean, and Avocado Rice Bowls, Oranges
Breakfast: Banana Nut Bread (not strictly Lenten, but for the kids), Fruit, Tea with Honey
Dinner: Vegetable Noodle Salad with Peanut Sauce, Oranges
Breakfast: Potato and Onion Hash with Fried Eggs for the Littles, Oranges, Coffee
Dinner: Falafel, Khoubz Araby, Sliced Cucumbers and Olives, Fruit
Linking to Menu Plan Monday