Monthly Archives: February 2012

Menu 2/15-2/29

Wednesday, February 15: Spaghetti soup (browned ground beef, sauteed onions, peppers, and whatever other veggies, spaghetti sauce)

Thursday, February 16: Bacon-wrapped Salmon cakes, carrots, sauteed greens

Friday, February 17: Butter Chicken over lightly steamed broccoli and cauliflower

Saturday, February 18: Paleo lasagna

Sunday, February 19: Barbacoa beef over shredded cabbage, avocado

Monday, February 20: Fish soup

Tuesday, February 21: Roast chicken, green beans, carrot souffle

Wednesday, February 22: Smoked sausage saute with pureed winter squash, greens

Thursday, February 23: Curry meatballs over lightly steamed broccoli and cauliflower

Friday, February 24: Pork chops, sweet potates, cabbage

Saturday, February 25: Bacon apple chicken, baked turnips and onions

Sunday, February 26: Italian wedding soup

Monday, February 27: Asian chicken soup with baby bok choy (recipe to follow)

Tuesday, February 28: Vegetable soup (ground beef, tomatoes, green beans, carrots, cabbage, celery, onions, etc)

Wednesday, February 29: Stuffed pork loin in the crockpot

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Good resource

I found this the other day on Robb Wolf’s blog. I can see it would be a really helpful tool if you are feeling in a rut with your meal choices. Robb Wolf’s Food Matrix

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I owe you a menu post – 1/31-2/14

We’ve had some birthdays, so it has been busy around here. So, here’s my menu for this grocery/pay cycle.

Tuesday, January 31: Greek Fish (slice an onion and chop some garlic. Saute in olive oil in a large skillet, add a can of tomatoes and 1-2 pounds of white fish fillets like cod or tilapia, pour in equivalent weight of frozen green beans on top of fish. Cover and simmer until fish done & flaky. Add a can of sliced black olives or serve Kalamatas on the side if you prefer. May also sprinkle with some feta or goat cheese)
Wedenesday, February 1: Pork Chops with Shredded Brussels Sprouts (from Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meals)
Thursday, February 2: Tuscan Rosemary Chicken with mixed veggies (no recipe, just sprinkled some Tuscan seasoning on chicken pieces & cooked them, cooked mixed vegetables as a side)
Friday, February 3: Birthday boy chose Applebee’s. We did eat paleoish pizza for lunch.
Saturday, February 4: Puerto Rican Beef over mashed sweet potatoes
Sunday, February 5: Eating out (again – yuck!) with my parents for birthday boys’ celebrations
Monday, February 6: Bacon-wrapped salmon cakes with carrot souffle and green beans
Tuesday, February 7: Chili (taking a meal to a family, so this is a doubled meal)
Wednesday, February 8: Chicken, Green beans, Sweet potatoes
Thursday, February 9: Crockpot Red Pork with Broccoli from Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals (new recipes, I’ll post about them later)
Friday, February 10: Smoked Sausage stew (smoked sausage, cabbage, carrots, and onions)
Saturday, February 11: Coconut Chicken Curry
Sunday, February 12: Italian-style chicken in the crockpot (chicken, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, peppers) with salad
Monday, February 13: Spaghetti soup
Tuesday, February 14: Asian-style chicken, mixed veggies

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Anything on this blog is simply the opinion of myself and people that I read. It shouldn’t be taken as medical or dietary advice, and you should always seek the counsel of your medical professional.

I hate that I need to do this, but I am not trying to practice medicine here, just posting my opinions on health, diet, and wellness (and faith, homeschool, and permaculture in the coming days/weeks/months).

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Can I consume soaked or sprouted grains?

This is a question that comes up a lot when we talk to people about our diet and taking out wheat. I honestly can’t say it any better than my friend, Katie, at Wellness Mama has. Here is a link to her current post on sprouted grains. Check it out!!!

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