(potato garlic bread that we’ll be eating with the soup)
For those of you are new to my blog I write these weekly plans to help me spend less (I kinda of love grocery shopping, yea I know I’m weird), to save time and to try and help us eat in more often. Also I love knowing what other people eat so I thought it would be fun to share. For a while I’ll be adding my plans for what greens I’ll be eating since one of my resolutions is to build a habit of introducing more green veggies into our diet. Maybe some day it’ll be so normal for us that I won’t have to mention them any more.
I’ve got a new cooking obsession to take over from the cheesecake making (not that I plan on stopping that one). SoI know I’ve had fresh pasta before but this past week we tried a new restaurant called The Copper Onion (which I highly recommend) and had amazing fresh pasta. I usually follow my policy of never ordering pasta out (I tend to think it’s a waste of money since pasta dishes areeasy to make at home) but it was highly recommended here and it was absolutely delicious. So I’ve decided that this will be my next cooking venture when I save enough amazon gift cards from redeeming Swagbucks (see this post if you don’t know what Swagbucks is) or when I break down and actually fork the money out for the pasta attachments for my kitchen aid.
|Day||Main Meal||Goals (Veggies, Whole Grain, Fish)|
|Sunday||Shrimp Soup and Homemade bread||
Grains and nuts: brown rice, almonds
Veggies: green beans with dip, lettuce
Fish: Shrimp, Talapia
|Monday||Sweet Pork Tacos and Homemade Refried beans|
|Wednesday||Black bean Chinese ribs and brown rice|
|Thursday||Talapia, potatoes and peas with almonds|
|Friday||Eat Out: Dineoround starts this week!|
|Saturday||Hanging out with the sewing girls I think we’re doing dinner if not something simple like fancy ramen|