So here are the issues.
We are all going sugar free.
The kids need to be completely GFCF. (They are 3.) I need to be mostly GFCF but exceptions are OK once in a while. DH does not need to be GFCF.
DH cannot have anything tomato based. The rest of us can. He also does not like nuts or nut butters. The rest of us like them. On the other hand, he likes seafood but I am allergic to seafood so I cannot even be around it.
DH needs about 3000 calories a day. He cannot fall below 2500 ever. But he also has to watch his cholesterol. He hates vegetables. He will eat a few varieties (namely corn and potatoes and sometimes a salad) but he really doesn't like experimenting with anything.
We need most of our food to be bulk purchased; there just aren't grocery stores around - and the ones there are are really expensive. We have a very limited food budget but we will somehow swing a freezer chest full of meat, etc, and get lots of fresh fruits and veggies in the summer from local farmer's markets. Marvelously we have adequate space for a larder, even in our apartment, so I'm happy with that. But we don't even have a patio to grow our own food. I can probably swing growing spices and stuff inside but that's about it I think.
I have in the past (before GFCF days) been great with making tons of bread from scratch but I don't dig gluten free baked goods at all.
None of us like beans, unfortunately. Rice is OK. I finally figured out how to make rice we all like but I don't want it to be the only thing we eat.
We *cannot* afford the fancy stuff like tons of coconut milk or almond milk or gluten free flour or anything like that. And we do not do processed food at all.
A typical meal for us would be... roast chicken over a bed of herbed root vegetables and potatoes. Or chicken vegetable soup with egg noodles and homemade bread (which is now an issue with the GF kids). Or potato pancakes and ham and eggs. Or rice and veggies. Or a steak salad with nuts and fruits in it.