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On the Menu {week of Jun. 4}

When I first started eating Paleo-Style, I really benefitted from seeing a few weekly meal plans.  I knew that I could make “meat and vegetables,” but I needed some examples of how to make those things take shape on our plates.

 Every weekend I sit down and plan my meals for the week.  I usually go to the Farmer’s Market first, and then make a plan based on what is in season. 

 This is mainly just a dinner menu.  We usually have a no-egg breakfastfrittatasdiced chicken, etc., for breakfast.  

 We always have leftovers from dinner for lunch the following day.

 I hope this helps you as much as it helped me!

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Monday

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 Tomorrow night we’re having Butternut Squash Lasagna and a big, fresh salad.  Yum!

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Tuesday

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Tuesday night we’ll have grass-fed steaks, and sides of sautéed yellow squash and sautéed swiss chard/onions (all from the Farmer’s Market!).

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Wednesday

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 On Wednesday night, we’re having Paleo Spaghetti with fresh Farmer’s Market zucchini.

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Thursday

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 Thursday is my birthday!  I can’t think of anything I’d rather have than Spice-Rubbed Roast, sweet potato fries, and baked kale!

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Friday

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Friday is our nine-year wedding anniversary!  We’re going out for a nice dinner at an amazing local spot called Josephine’s.  Cannot wait!

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Saturday

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On Saturday, my husband’s little sister is graduating from high school!  We’ll be attending a family dinner that night.

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Sunday

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On Sunday, we’re leaving for a week in Disney World!  I’ll be posting later in the week about snacks for the road, etc.

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What’s on your menu this week?

 

On the Menu {week of May 28}

When I first started eating Paleo-Style, I really benefitted from seeing a few weekly meal plans.  I knew that I could make “meat and vegetables,” but I needed some examples of how to make those things take shape on our plates.

 Every weekend I sit down and plan my meals for the week.  I usually go to the Farmer’s Market first, and then make a plan based on what is in season. 

 This is mainly just a dinner menu.  We usually have a no-egg breakfastfrittatassmoothiesPrimal Oatmealdiced chicken, etc., for breakfast.  

 We always have leftovers from dinner for lunch the following day.

 I hope this helps you as much as it helped me!

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Monday

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 Tonight we’re having Fried Chicken, sweet potatoes, and green beans.  Yum!

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Tuesday

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Tomorrow night we will have slow cooker chicken, cauliflower rice, and broccoli.

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Wednesday

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 On Wednesday night, we have some friends coming in town, so we’ll be eating out with them… not sure where yet.

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Thursday

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 On Thursday, we’re having a celebratory dinner at PF Changs – they have a great gluten-free menu!

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Friday

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On Friday we’re having  Mexican food…  Never gets old!

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Saturday

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On Saturday, I’m going to the Practical Paleo Seminar, and I am so excited to learn from Diane Sanfillipo and Liz Wolf!

For dinner, I’ll make a recipe from Make it Paleo… Red Curry Chicken Skewers.  Delish!

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Sunday

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On Sunday, we’re picking up a BIG grass-fed beef order, and some pork from a local farmer.  I think we’ll have Spice Rubbed RoastBrussels Sprouts with Bacon, and a salad for dinner.

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What’s on your menu this week?

 

On the Menu {week of May 21}

When I first started eating Paleo-Style, I really benefitted from seeing a few weekly meal plans.  I knew that I could make “meat and vegetables,” but I needed some examples of how to make those things take shape on our plates.

 Every weekend I sit down and plan my meals for the week.  I usually go to the Farmer’s Market first, and then make a plan based on what is in season. 

 This is mainly just a dinner menu.  We usually have a no-egg breakfastfrittatassmoothiesPrimal Oatmealdiced chicken, etc., for breakfast.  

 We always have leftovers from dinner for lunch the following day.

 I hope this helps you as much as it helped me!

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Monday

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 Tonight we went out for mexican food!  This is a favorite go-out-to-eat option for us.  We usually split a huge order of fajitas, and replace the flour tortillas with corn tortillas, or just omit tortillas at all if we’re being strict.  Delicious, and no clean up!

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Tuesday

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Tomorrow night we will have Paleo Spaghetti.

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Wednesday

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 On Wednesday night, we’re having baked chicken, sweet potatoes, and a big salad.

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Thursday

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 On Thursday, we’re having sliders with tons of veggie toppings!

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Friday

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On Friday, we’re having breakfast for dinner!  Bacon, eggs, and maybe some pancakes

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Saturday

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On Saturday, we’re having slow cooker chicken, cauliflower rice, and green beans. .

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Sunday

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On Sunday we’re having homemade mexican food… YUM!

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What’s on your menu this week?

 

On the Menu {week of May 14}

When I first started eating Paleo-Style, I really benefitted from seeing a few weekly meal plans.  I knew that I could make “meat and vegetables,” but I needed some examples of how to make those things take shape on our plates.

 Every weekend I sit down and plan my meals for the week.  I usually go to the Farmer’s Market first, and then make a plan based on what is in season. 

 This is mainly just a dinner menu.  We usually have a no-egg breakfastfrittatassmoothiesPrimal Oatmealdiced chicken, etc., for breakfast.  

 We always have leftovers from dinner for lunch the following day.

 I hope this helps you as much as it helped me!

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Monday

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On Monday evening, we’re having a big salad topped with grilled chicken, local goat cheese, and tons of fresh veggies!

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Tuesday

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On Tuesday, we’re having Secret Liver Burgers and Roasted Turnips.

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Wednesday

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On Wednesday night we’re having Brisket, sweet potatoes fries, and roasted zucchini.

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Thursday

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On Thursday, we’re having pork chops (seasoned with rosemary, turmeric, and pumpkin pie spice), mashed cauliflower, and roasted carrots.

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Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

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Next weekend, I’ll be going on a girls’ beach trip!  I’m really excited about a chance to take a long weekend to rest and relax (although I will miss my sweet husband like crazy!!).  I’ll be leaving my hubby with some meats and bags of frozen veggies (at his request), and some sausage/sweet potato hash for breakfasts.  I will be taking some food for myself as well… probably some chicken breasts, diced veggies to sauté, and the same sausage/sweet potato hash for breakfasts.  Fun!

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What’s on your menu this week?

 

On the Menu {week of May 7}

When I first started eating Paleo-Style, I really benefitted from seeing a few weekly meal plans.  I knew that I could make “meat and vegetables,” but I needed some examples of how to make those things take shape on our plates.

 Every weekend I sit down and plan my meals for the week.  I usually go to the Farmer’s Market first, and then make a plan based on what is in season. 

 This is mainly just a dinner menu.  We usually have eggs, frittatassmoothiesPrimal Oatmealdiced chicken, etc., for breakfast.  

 We always have leftovers from dinner for lunch the following day.

 I hope this helps you as much as it helped me!

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Monday

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On Monday evening, we’re having Mexican food… a favorite, and so easy!

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Tuesday

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On Tuesday, we’re having Spice Rubbed RoastRoasted Turnips, and radishes.

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Wednesday

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On Wednesday night we’re having meatballs, sautéed kale, Balsamic Onions (from Make it Paleo), and roasted tomatoes.

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Thursday

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On Thursday, we’re having roast, sweet potatoes fries, and green beans.

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Friday and Saturday

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We are spending both Friday and Saturday evening with family, so I’m not sure what we’ll be having yet.

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Sunday

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 Sunday is Mother’s Day, and my Mom has asked for Butternut Squash Lasagna… so that’s what we’re having!

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What’s on your menu this week?


 

On the Menu {week of Apr. 30}

When I first started eating Paleo-Style, I really benefitted from seeing a few weekly meal plans.  I knew that I could make “meat and vegetables,” but I needed some examples of how to make those things take shape on our plates.

Every weekend I sit down and plan my meals for the week.  I usually go to the Farmer’s Market first, and then make a plan based on what is in season. 

This is mainly just a dinner menu.  We usually have eggs, frittatassmoothiesPrimal Oatmealdiced chicken, etc., for breakfast.  

We always have leftovers from dinner for lunch the following day.

I hope this helps you as much as it helped me!

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I am using my cookbooks this week!  I don’t always use this many recipes, but I’ll have a little extra time this week, so I’m looking forward to trying a few new things!

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Monday

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Tonight we had some pork tenderloin (seasoned with rosemary, turmeric, and pumpkin pie spice), roasted broccoli, and mashed sweet potatoes.  SO good!

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Tuesday

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Tomorrow night we’re having Secret Liver Burgers topped with homemade ketchup (from Paleo Comfort Foods), avocado, cucumbers, lettuce, and Balsamic Onions (from Make it Paleo).

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Wednesday

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On Wednesday night we’re having Spice Rubbed RoastRoasted Turnips, and Swiss Chard.

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Thursday

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On Thursday, we’re having Puerto Rican Beef.  Yum!

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Friday

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On Friday, we’re having dinner with some friends, and I’m making Smoky Brisket, mashed cauliflower, roasted carrots, and Warm Arugula Salad.  For dessert, I’m making Banana Pudding from (Paleo Comfort Foods).

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Saturday

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On Saturday, we’re having steak, radishes, Kale Salad (Paleo Comfort Foods), and “Beets, Greens, ‘n’ Bacon” (from Everyday Paleo).

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Sunday

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 On Sunday, we’re having Karina’s Sausage Hash (from Everyday Paleo) and a big salad topped with goat cheese.

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What’s on your menu this week?