What's for dinner?
I struggled with that question for years. My family used to joke me about the method I used to answer that question every day at 5:00 PM. I would stand in front of the freezer, open the door, and cook whatever fell out. Yup, that was me.
Fortunately for my family (and myself) my method has improved immensely and we now eat a very healthy, and mostly whole food diet. In addition, our grocery bill is very reasonable due to relying on less processed foods.
Starting this week, I plan to post our family's two-week menu. If you would like a particular recipe for something listed, just email me and I'll send it to you. Eventually, all of the recipes will be posted on the blog.
Sunday: Eating out for Hubs birthday (we promise not to notify the wait staff that it's your birthday to avoid the embarrassing birthday song and dance routine)
Monday: Whole wheat spaghetti, venison meatballs with tomato sauce, cabbage salad
Tuesday: Roast chicken, steamed broccoli, baked potatoes
Wednesday: Ham and Tortellini salad
Thursday: Enchiladas Suizas, steamed carrots
Friday: Salmon, quinoa, roasted cabbage
Saturday: Veggie Quiche, pineapple
Sunday: Beef Noodle Bowl with carrots and broccoli, and cabbage
Monday: Split pea soup, pumpkin muffins, orange wedges
Tuesday: Breakfast for dinner (eggs, cheese grits, ambrosia)
Wednesday: Venison stew, homemade bread sticks
Thursday: Doctor's appointments all day - eating out
Friday: Orange balsamic chicken, brown rice, roasted cabbage
Saturday: Hamburger (venison) and rice skillet, peas
Yes, we're eating a lot of cabbage because my garden overfloweth with them. Yummy!