DH and I made it up to see many of his out of state relatives. I was glad for him. Now it's just us and I'm helping my MIL by cleaning up the remnants of many people in the space. She was very appreciative that I offered. It would have been a lot for her. Not sorry a bit though that I ate a gooey bismark, topped with crushed Snicker bars. I'll walk extra later.
As for meal planning, let's just ratle off what we ate this past week. Note my older daughter may or may not have eaten same foods. She modifies her own proteins when I have non plant based meals and sides.
Sunday: Burgers or bean burger, watermelon, pasta salad
Monday: crockpot ravioli
Tuesday: Chili and rice
Wednesday: Roasted veg, cous cous, and leftover burgers
Thursday: DH, leftovers, me and DD2 shared Reuben, fries, and hummus platter
Friday: DH, fended for himself, DD1 vegan grilled cheese, we had a late lunch at a Panera at a motarway stop on the way back, then had just a few snacks
Saturday: odd day as all were on different schedules and places. I had a grad party, plus there was fend for yourself meals, wedding meals, and DH's family gathering that we just got to in the evening. The girls did their own things.
This week looks all over the place. I took Monday off as I needed to use more vacation time, but that means long day the rest of the week. The crockpot and cook once, eat twice meals are needed. The chili was a big hit, despite the heat so I think a pasta fagiole soup might be in store as it yields lots plus leftovers. I'll do another pasta salad, roasted vegetables, and a curry, using coconut milk. I have all those chickpeas ready for that. I know there's still meatballs, hamburger, sausage and chicken in the freezer, so stir fry, pasta, and grilled meats likely will be made.
With the July 4th weekend, I'll think about both eating down fresh food and easy picnic type meals and sides, but spent a small fortune on fresh food. Eating cheap seems to mean eating poorly. while still occasionally eating a very low budget meal, we're loading up on the side with vegetables and fruit.
Suffice it to say, no meal plan but punting as Anne says. No doubt people will be fed.