Hey Paleo Mamas, let's help each other out with meal ideas! What's for dinner tonight? What does your menu plan look like this week? I'm making this (without cheese): http://www.kitchenstewardship.com/2009/08/12/recipe-connection-sausage-zucchini-bake/
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Paleo Meal Planning- What's for dinner?post #1 of 98/21/13 at 5:03pmThread Starterpost #2 of 98/21/13 at 5:24pmpost #3 of 98/21/13 at 8:38pmThread Starterpost #4 of 98/21/13 at 8:51pm
That zucchini bake looks amazing.
Tomorrow I'm making Crock Pot Pizza from Your Lighter Side. It's an Atkins site but I've noticed it to be pretty primal friendly. I'm going to use some home-canned tomato sauce instead of store bought. I was able to find some huuuuge crimini mushrooms today (I find them to be more flavorful), so I'll saute some of those with garlic to add to the crock pot. I might add some zucchini to it as well, since The Hubby found a neglected zucchini today the size of a small baseball bat.post #5 of 98/22/13 at 7:19pmpost #6 of 98/23/13 at 3:22pmThread Starter
Yum! Looks good. I am grilling lamb ribs tonight. It's a lamb we butchered ourselves. Never cooked it this way before so we'll see how it turns out. I wrapped them in foil and am cooking them low (275) for 3 hours, then will unwrap and turn up the heat to 350 for about 1/2 hour. Serving with a salad and maybe some corn for the non-paleo peeps.
post #7 of 98/24/13 at 8:27ampost #8 of 98/24/13 at 6:46pm
Carnitas was a big success. The Hubby and I ate ours on a salad, BuggaBoo had his on lettuce "shells", and Doozer had hers on a corn tortilla (I wasn't up for the fight tonight).
I'm throwing a breakfast in here because it's quick, easy, and tasty.
In a blender:
1/2 c almond meal or flour
1/2 milk, cream, or coconut milk
In a muffin tin put a small pat of butter in each well, place in oven and preheat to 425*F. Once up to heat pour a bit of the batter in each cup so they're all even. Bake for 10-15 minutes until golden and puffed. Once you take them out of the oven they collapse a bit, making a perfect spot for a bit of low sugar blackberry sauce (10 c mashed fruit to 1 c sugar).post #9 of 98/26/13 at 6:19pmThread Starter
That breakfast idea sounds like a nice change from the usual 'eggs and bacon'. I will try that once it cools off here.
We are having a major heat wave here so I've been grilling almost every day. I tried to make fajita meat the same way I did the lamb ribs but the meat was too thick and needed to cook longer. It came out pretty tough. Lesson learned for the next time.
Tonight I made hamburgers and hot dogs (can't remember the brand but they were uncured), broccoli in a foil packet, white potatoes in a foil packet and a "baked" sweet potato. I am trying to clear out the deep freeze so I can defrost it before filling it back up with the cow we're going to butcher next month. So this week I'm looking at a whole chicken (either grilled or cooked in the slow cooker outside), a cabbage roll casserole I stuck in there while pregnant, and some white fish in a foil packet. We have lots of frozen brussels sprouts that I plan to steam and then saute w/ bacon. Also will probably make Zucchini Boats with the excess zukes in the garden. M
I also have a bag of frozen sliced summer squash. Nobody else in the family likes it. Ideas on what to do w/ it?
Should we move this discussion? Where is the best place for this to attract more participants?
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