I won't be any help recipe-wise. I hate to cook and I am the only one in my family officially on the Feingold diet.
Today, so far, I have eaten some cantaloupe and some Fritos.
I'll probably just have a bowl of Cripix cereal later with Prairie Farms milk...
And I have a salad with all okay ingredients, except the cottage cheese may be dodgy. It's my first "official" day, though I've been adding approved foods what I eat the past week or so.
Now...if I had a personal chef, money was no object and all I had to do was make up menus, it would be eaiser.
Bison burgers on those Rudy's whole wheat buns that are okay, a salad with all okay veggies, some fruit and ice cream for dessert.
Breakfast is easy...eggs, toast, cereal, oatmeal or fruit. I am not a big breakfast eater.
I LOVE cheese sandwiches, but we can't find any of the okay cheeses here, so will have to go into the city to Whole foods eventually or maybe try a Kroger nearby.
Pasta...and I think a homemade alfredo sauce would be okay? It's just cream, butter, salt, pepper and spices I think. Recipes can be Googled. Add a salad or a veg, some approved bread ( there were a bunch of Rudy's breads that were okay...not always easy to find depending on where you live...or do you bake? Homemade would be okay) than you could make garlic bread.
What else...fruit salad with approved fruits, easy enough.
Salad with tuna, veggies, approved cheeses, approved olives and a drizzle of olive oil and a splash of lemon.
Any plain meat ( with approved spices, herbs, etc) and a veg, fruit, and an okay bread.
What do you normally eat? Can you sub okayed foods for foods you usually make?
I am happy I got a little bag of Stauffer's animal crackers. Those are my treat. I will get some dried papaya from the health food store ( hoping it has no junk in it) and some Ghiradelli chocolate as treats.
No Burger King for me. Sigh.
How many people are you trying to feed?