Meal Planning

On the menu at our house this week:

Sunday: Greek Chicken Soup and French Bread

Monday: a meal with our Life Group; I’ll bring Atakilt Wat (Ethiopian Cabbage, Carrots, and Potatoes) as a side dish

Tuesday: Lasagne

Wednesday: Shepherd’s Pie

Thursday: Kabob Koobideh (from the Nom Nom Paleo cookbook)

Friday: leftovers or pancakes

Meal Planning: Whole 30 Week 4

Sunday:

Meal 1: Egg Foo Young-ish

Meal 2: Grilled hamburgers

Meal 3: Potluck at church (I’ll be bringing some fruit; we will probably eat what we can at the picnic and scrounge when we get home)

Monday:

Meal 2: Asian Meatballs

Meal 3: Beef with Broccoli

Tuesday:

Meal 2: Roast Beef Roll-ups and berries

Meal 3: Grilled Cilantro Lime Chicken

Wednesday:

Meal 3: Cobb Salad

Thursday:

Meal 2: Asian Cauliflower Fried Rice

Meal 3: Grilled pork chops

Friday:

Meal 3: Basil Chicken

Saturday:

Meal 2: Salami and fruit picnic

Meal 3: Kabobs on the grill

Meal Planning: Whole 30 Week 1

Sunday

Meal 1: steak and eggs and watermelon

Meal 2: salad with grilled chicken (and a vinaigrette dressing of some kind)

Meal 3: grilled pork chops and roasted vegetables

Monday

Meal 2: Tower of Power

Meal 3: Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos (I will leave out the cheese and serve over lettuce)

Tuesday

Meal 3: Asian Beef with Broccoli (served with Cauliflower Rice)

Wednesday

Meal 3: grill packets (sausage and vegetables)

Thursday

Meal 3: Yakisoba (recipe to be posted here soon)

Friday

Meal 3: grilled salmon and vegetables

Saturday

Meal 3: (We’ll be at a wedding. Yay, Kevin and Beth!)

 

Meal Planning

We are going back to the basics this week, folks. Try not to fall asleep by the end. I kid. Sort of.

Sunday: Salmon

Monday: Life Group meal; I will be providing BBQ chicken

Tuesday: Tacos

Wednesday: Spaghetti and meat sauce

Thursday: Pork chops

Friday: Homemade pizza

Saturday: Breakfast for dinner (bacon and eggs)

Meal Planning

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted my evening meal plan. I am learning a lot from this process. I do tend to plan a new meal for almost every night, but in reality at least one or two meals get bumped each week.

Sunday: Indian-spiced Pork Roast with Cumin-Curry Carrots (recipe is from Against All Grain, and it is as delicious as it sounds)

Monday: Life Group family night — breakfast for dinner. I will be contributing Maple-Sage Sausage with Cinnamon Apples, also from Against All Grain)

Tuesday: Eating out! We plan to find a fun place to eat at the new Railyard area.

Wednesday: Creamy Spinach and Sausage Pasta

Thursday: Autumn Beef Stew in a Pumpkin

Friday: Enchiladas

Saturday: Italian Runzas (going to wing it recipe-wise; when Jason calls it close enough to his beloved Italian Runzas, I’ll post the recipe)

Meal Planning

So this seemed to be helpful to at least a couple of people last week ideas-wise, and I know it was helpful to me to have all the recipes that I was using in one place. For what it’s worth, here is another week of what’s on the menu at my house:

Sunday: Spaghetti

Monday: Pretzel bites

Tuesday: Pasta bake (a holdover from last week; it was on the menu but didn’t happen)

Wednesday: Ham and cheese sliders

Thursday: Spaghetti and Greek Meatballs (yep, spaghetti twice in one week; that’s how we roll)

Friday: Breakfast for dinner (this was also on the menu for last week and didn’t happen)

Saturday: Italian Runzas — I am still looking for a good recipe for the filling; I will use a Trader Joe’s pizza crust for the dough

Meal Planning

I think I probably start a new meal planning “system” every 3 months. I am open to whatever tips you have — especially for simplifying meal planning and preparation and for saving money. Lay them on me.

Here’s what’s on the menu for dinners at our house this week:

Sunday: Sloppy Joes (and frozen vegetables)

Monday: Rice bowls (with chicken, beans, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, guacamole, salsa)

Tuesday: Pork roast (with mashed potatoes and onions and carrots)

Wednesday: Italian sausage

Thursday: Tacos

Friday: Pancakes and eggs

Saturday: Pasta bake