Monday, Sep 26
Oatmeal and bacon or cereal, toast, and fruit.
Hot dog, tots, steamed broccoli, and apple slices.
Tuesday, Sep 27
Scrambled eggs with cheese and ham and toast or cereal, toast, and fruit.
Taco Tuesday with tossed salad, black beans and orange.
Wednesday, Sep 28
French toast sticks and sausage links or cereal, toast and fruit.
Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, peaches, and hot roll.
Thursday, Sep 29
Sausage, biscuit and gravy or cereal, toast, and fruit.
Grilled cheese, tomato soup, spinach salad, and mixed fruit.
Friday, Sep 30
Cinnamon roll and yogurt or cereal, toast and fruit.
Pepperoni pizza, fresh broccoli, carrot sticks, banana and ice cream.
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