Monday, June 23, 2008

Our GFCFSF Menu This Week (June 22-28)

This week I'm working on a rotation of meats/proteins. We'll see how we do!

Sunday: Rice with shrimp
Monday: Turkish kofte (like meatballs) and sweet potato fries
Tuesday: Turkish spinach with ground turkey
Wednesday: Rice & beans
Thursday: Something with ground lamb (TBD!)
Friday: Pasta/veggies/???
Saturday: Saturday chicken with mashed potatoes/cauliflower

What Actually Happened...

Sunday: Rice with shrimp
Monday: Turkish kofte (like meatballs) and sweet potato fries
Tuesday: Etli Makarna (Turkish spaghetti w/meat sauce) -- I used ground turkey
Wednesday: Rice & beans
Thursday: Lamb loaf (like meatloaf) and salad
Friday: Pizza


Becky @ Boys Rule My Life said...

Hi, I was wondering if you'd be up for giving some advice today...


Jenn said...

Hi, Tori. I found your blog throught the GFCF recipes yahoo group, and I really appreciate that you are posting. Thanks for all the info. I have started a blog as well:
Although, I don't have near as much info yet as you do.
I will enjoy perusing your posts to see what great info I can glean! I would love to see more info on what snacks you are giving your LO's...

Tricia said...

I just want to tell you:


I LOVE your blog! Thanks - I will be a "follower"...


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