What’s For Dinner?

So what’s for dinner this week?

So glad you asked!

We’ve got lots of pork and ginger and broccoli on hand so cuisine has got a bit of an Asian bent to it. Breakfast this week will definitely include some fritatta action because I will be busy, busy, busy and don’t want to think about making breakfast when I’ve got to be at the gym at 5am, you know?

Fail to plan, plan to fail and all that jazz.

So, onto the eats!

Lunch: Breakfast for lunch! Garrett has been enjoying sweet potatoes as a pre-workout option when we workout in the evening so I will probably make this sweet potato hash and some eggs/bacon
Dinner: Pork Chops Piccata + Roasted Broccoli + Salad

Lunch: Taco Salad — haven’t had this in a while. I miss it, actually.
Dinner: Rogan Josh with Lamb + Roasted Brussels Sprouts + Sauteed Red Chard

Lunch: Turkey Burgers + Spicy Sweet Potato Fries + Kale Chips
Dinner: Crock Pot Chicken Teriyaki Bowls with stir fried vegetables

Lunch: Grilled Black Peppercorn Chicken Thighs + Steamed Broccoli
Dinner: Ginger Lime Grilled Shrimp + Cauliflower Fried Rice

Lunch: Cobb Salads
Dinner: Ginger Honey Pork Chops + Green Beans + Salad

Lunch: Brunch!
Dinner: Out to dinner just for fun.



January is off to a good start so far, I think. How are you feeling?

Also, what’s cooking in your neck of the woods this week?

photo credit

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Print Friendly

5 comments to What’s For Dinner?

  • Emily
    January 8, 2012 at 7:24 pm

    So glad I found your website! My husband and I starting paleo and we are really excited about it. I must lose these last 10 pounds of baby weight! I will be following your blog to find new recipes and ideas!! :)

  • Lauren
    January 8, 2012 at 10:18 pm

    Cooking more dinners at home is one of my 2012 goals, so I’ve actually been meal planning! This week we’re having (1) turkey and black bean chili, (2) PW’s beef and pepper stir fry, (3) the super easy pulled pork tacos (pork tenderloin in the slow cooker with salsa verde), and (4) a roasted vegetable penne pasta bake (our meatless Friday dinner). We still eat out one night a week, and we’ll definitely be able to have leftovers for a couple of nights.

  • Lesley
    January 8, 2012 at 10:58 pm

    M: turkey marinara over spaghetti squash
    T: Asian beef lettuce cups
    W: leftover spaghetti squash w/ sauteed veggies and feta
    R: BBQ brisket and broccoli
    F: nitrate-free hotdogs and salad (for the kiddo), no bun for me, of course

  • Chris
    January 9, 2012 at 9:18 am

    Everyday Paleo has an awesome, fast sweet potato latke recipe. Relish!

  • Home Sweet Sarah
    January 9, 2012 at 6:34 pm

    Tonight is those yummy spicy sausages from Costco and caramelized onions, plus spinach salads…the egg, blue cheese, bacon and everything. YUM.

    I’m trying to go more low carb. I mean, other than the lasagna leftovers I had for lunch, that is :-)





What I’m Pinning

  • Delicious tender chicken meatballs, smothered in sauce and cheese, and baked until bubbly hot. This new twist on an Italian classic is easy to make and will quickly become a family favorite! I prepare a lot of recipes. Many make it to the blog, some make it to the garbage, and some find a special …
  • Tortoiseshell Balayage Lob | Say farewell to foils—forever. Some personal realizations occur when sitting under a red-tinted hood of heat and wearing enough foils to make contact with an alien mothership. Sure, you can get six weeks of color before growing roots plant you back in that salon chair; but you can also end up with brassy zebra stripes that bring back memories of ultra-glossy Lip Smackers and frosted cream eye shadow. (The early 2000s called, and they want those platinum blonde
  • I love this cut! Edgy messy bob...great color.
  • Bye Bob! Hallo Fashion-Lob! Diese Frisur wollen jetzt alle
  • This low carb quick bite is an easy Keto Snack which is tasty and quick to make. Paleo, and gluten free.
  • 3.19.18quote
Follow Me on Pinterest



January 2012
« Dec   Feb »