What’s For Dinner?

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are going to be very Paleo and mostly Zone this week.

Since this weekend we are in the Bay Area for the wedding of our good friends (drinking champagne and eating cake!) we will definitely be cleaning up our act when it comes to meals come Monday!

Trying the magic baking soda trick for hard boiled eggs. I'm going myth busters up in here...

For Breakfast, I’m sticking to the Zone Combos that have been working so far. I made some sweet potato hash before we headed out of town, so that’s what’s on the menu for most of the week!

Lunch and Dinner are as follows:

Lunch: Taco Salad
Dinner: Sauteed Chicken in Mustard Cream Sauce + Roasted Asparagus + Salad

Lunch: Leftover Chicken in Mustard Cream Sauce + Asparagus
Dinner: Salmon Burgers (from Costco, Holla!) with Dill Yogurt Sauce + Sauteed Brussels Sprouts with Shallots + Walnuts

Lunch: Sausage + Peppers with Salad
Dinner: PaleoifiedChicken Stir Fry Wraps + Cauliflower Fried Rice

Lunch: Greek Salad
Dinner: Indian Spiced Chicken Burgers + BBQ 3000 Sweet Potato Fries + Tomato Cucumber Salad

Lunch: Chipotle Barbacoa Salads with Guacamole
Dinner: Cauliflower Pizza with Chicken Chorizo + Shallots

Lunch: Brunch!
Dinner: Paleo-ified Almond Apricot Chicken with Mint Pesto + Roasted Broccoli



What’s cooking in your neck of the woods?

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5 comments to What’s For Dinner?

  • TenaciousCleo
    April 1, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    Pioneer Woman has a chicken in mustard sauce that looks very similar to the one you’ve linked to. I’ve made it several times, substitute coconut milk for heavy cream (didn’t have any), cut out the white wine and it was AH-MAZINGLY DELISH and under 500 calories for 2 chicken breasts with the sauce. Excellent choice:)

  • anne h
    April 1, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    Looks great – as usual!

  • Home Sweet Sarah
    April 2, 2012 at 4:12 pm

    Pork chops tonight! Not sure if we’re doing a sauce or anything, but that mustard sauce (chicken) you linked to might be just the ticket.

    We’re also doing faux-lafels sometime this week, with a tzaziki-style sauce.

    Other than those two, I have NO idea. We have a ton of seafood in the freezer, so probably fish tacos or pasta one night.

    Also lots of peppers and leftover steak from last night, so maybe fajitas or quesadillas? Who knows!





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