Monday, August 18, 2008

Our GFCFSF Menu This Week (August 17-23)

It's late-night Sunday night and I didn't get to the store this weekend. The "cupboards are bare" so I'm slightly panicking. But hopefully hubbie or I will find our way to Whole Foods tomorrow!

Sunday: Fish soup (blended in blender) with Food for Life brown rice tortillas made crsipy in pan and broken into chip-like pieces, and spinach salad.

Monday: Steak on the grill with corn on the cob

Tuesday: Chicken in the oven with potatoes/veggies of some sort

Wednesday: Etli makarna (Turkish spaghetti) with buffalo

Thursdsay: A Turkish veggie recipe [veggie TBD] using ground turkey

Friday: Some sort of pasta thing?

Saturday: Rice & beans

What Really Happened . . .

Sunday: Fish soup (blended in blender) with Food for Life brown rice tortillas made crsipy in pan and broken into chip-like pieces, and spinach salad.

Monday: Grilled chicken chunks and teff pancakes

Tuesday: Tinkyada pasta with chicken mixed in (yes, too much chicken this week!)

Wednesday: Lentil soup

Thursday: Mashed potatoes (with sneaky cauliflower) and hot dogs

Friday: Erewhon crispy rice cereal and hemp milk (don't laugh, I was tired)

Saturday: Turkish veggie pot ("Turlu")

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