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Meal Plan Monday

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When I discovered Nourishing Traditions a few years ago, I was both elated and horrified. Elated to learn that foods I loved like cheese, milk and red meat were actually good for me. Horrified because all I was left with was one cookbook that didn’t contain most of my favorite recipes.

Fortunately, I have learned a thing or two. Thing One: Most of your favorite family recipes can be remade to incorporate Nourishing Traditions principles. I am helping a friend do that right now and it’s easy! Thing Two: There are tons of recipes out there that are both nourishing and creative. Some of my favorite sites are The Nourishing Gourmet and Kitchen Stewardship. This week I discovered Kelly the Kitchen Kop, who has a whole section on healthy homemade chinese food! Bring on the healthy fried rice!

Monday

Homemade Egg Rolls with Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce – Recipe here

Sides -

Steamed Broccoli

Fried Rice – Ours will be a soaked grain version. Recipe here

Tuesday

Salmon – Served with lemon/garlic butter sauce

Sides –

Baked Pecan Yams – Recipe here

Mixed Greens

Wednesday

Seven Hour Braised Leg of Lamb – Recipe here

Side –

Swiss Chard with Tomatoes, Feta and Pine Nuts – Recipe here

Thursday

Grassfed Rump Roast

Sides –

Roasted Carrots, Potatoes and Onions

Mixed Greens

Friday

Sandwiches – Sprouted Whole-Spelt Bread and Leftover Roast with Homemade Mayo, Avocado, Tomato, Lettuce and Onion

Sides –

Herb Roasted Sweet Potato Skins – Recipe here

Saturday

Kitchen CLOSED!!! – Out exploring a new restaurant that serves local, organic or grass-fed ingredients.

Sunday

Ancho Chili Rubbed Whole Chicken - Yes, this is the same as last week. We had a showing for our house and didn’t get to it! Spice rub recipe here

Sides -

Swiss Chard and Potato Cake – Recipe here

Salad Greens

What are YOU making this week?

* Credit for spice photo in collage above goes to Suzanna Kilian
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6 Responses to Meal Plan Monday

  1. Yummy! I love reading this before I work on my meal plans for the week, helps get me motivated and gives me some great ideas!
    .-= Hannah Tallo´s last blog ..7th Generation Product Giveaway! =-.

  2. Wednesday sounds yummy! OOH when you’re done with the other friend’s, can you healthify MY favorite recipes? pretty please!
    .-= Joanna Moore´s last blog ..Meal Plan Monday! =-.

    • Heather says:

      Joanna – I want to show people how easy it can be to substitute ingredients. If you’ll email me one or two of your fave recipes I’ll use it in an example post over the next few weeks. Sound good?

  3. Mae says:

    Hmm, haven’t even seen a recipe for sweet and sour sauce that looks like that! Tell me if it’s any good, and if it was good enough to go out and buy all the special ingredients!
    .-= Mae´s last blog ..Meal Plan Monday =-.

  4. Heather says:

    Katie, Gigi and I liked it but Daniel wasn’t a fan. Honestly, it’s been so long since we ate Chinese food I can’t remember what sweet and sour tastes like!!! Do you have a recipe we can try?

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