Monday, August 19, 2013

Le Menu ;)

I've done it. Almost.

Thirty dinner ideas are all planned out - well, 29.

Perhaps my brain has just shorted out in the cooking department for today. Do you girls have any ideas for what the thirtieth supper should be? Your guess is as good as mine ;)

Here we go:

Sunday: Fish w/ macadamia nuts and butter sauce, oven potatoes

Monday: Parmesan drumsticks,

Tuesday: Ratatouille {I'm super-excited about trying this, for some reason...}

Wednesday: Shredded crockpot BBQ {Wednesdays are always a good night for make-ahead meals }

Thursday: Cilantro Chicken Breast

Friday: Pizza {Healthy version for us, white-flour version for Dad ;D}

Saturday: Ham, grilled yams w/ glaze

Sunday: Ham&Broccoli Casserole

Monday: Ginger-Soy Venison Tenderloin

Tuesday: Beans

Wednesday: Crockpot Italian Chicken

Thursday: Grilled Pork and Pepper skewers

Friday: Hamburgers with fried onions, srirachi sauce, tomato, lettuce, etc.

Saturday: Whole Chicken

Sunday: Cheesy Chicken Casserole

Monday: Hearty Meatball Stew

Tuesday: Fried Fish

Wednesday: Venison Pot Roast {It's good, believe it or not;}

Thursday: Spicy Italian Sausage Khabobs

Friday: Chicken and Kale

Saturday: Ribs {Happy face:}

Sunday: Shepherd's pie

Monday: Could you girls fill this one in for me?! I could use some suggestions...

Tuesday: Grilled chicken thighs

Wednesday: A1 Venison Roast

Thursday: Pork Chops

Friday: Chalupa

Saturday: Pork Tenderloin

Yup. There we go. I still have to work on the "Sides", too.

Breakfast, lunch and dessert are pretty simple, but dinner is the biggest, hugest, most horrifying (okay, maybe not horrifying ) thing in menu planning. To me, anyways. ;)

Please leave your suggestions in the comment box - remember, it's supposed to be sugar-free and grain-free.



Jen said...

Sometimes we do breakfast for dinner. Brinner. ;) Would that be an option for you?

Anna said...

That's a great idea, Mrs. Green! I'm definitely going to try and use that one. :)

Jen said...

I think it's great that you're doing an extensive meal plan like this. I'm currently filling in my 4 week rotating plan, and I have a few "holes" myself. I may just borrow a few of your meals. =)

Grace said...

Hmm...three-bean chili? Or even regular chili...or even something like spaghetti squash with olive oil, parmesan cheese, diced tomatoes, basil, onions, salt and pepper. Hope this helps! Congratulations on completing nearly 30 meals!! That is an accomplishment :D

Anna said...

:) Thank you, Grace! Those are some nice, healthy ideas. I'll probably be making a few of those suggestions in the future! lol:)

~The Keller Girls~ said...

Meatloaf? Chicken soup? We need to come to y'all's house for dinner! ;) Yummy! Great idea!

Elisabeth said...

Why not repeat some of the meals instead of having 30 different ones? Trying a new recipe every night can be exhausting.