Menu Monday 24 JAN 11
- By: Hallee
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Menu for the week of 24 January 2011
The “rules” of our household diet can be found in the tab above labeled Hallee’s Galley and further explained in Our Diet.
I usually serve leftovers for lunch the next day, or we’ll save them during the week to graze lunch on the weekends. One meal a week, we eat whatever we want. This is usually our “Dinner Out” meal.
Almost all of the breads are homemade using fresh milled flour. I’ll continue to link to my recipes as I post them. Our daily bread is Whole Wheat Honey Oatmeal Bread.
Here’s the menu for my family for the week of January 24th. For most of January, I’ve been traveling or recovering from traveling. As I type this, it’s Monday morning and I’m tired of eating out (and gaining weight), scrambling to get one suitcase unpacked and laundry done in order to get another suitcase packed, and desperate to get my household back on schedule. I have no plans to travel until at least the first weekend in March, and at best the first week of April. I need to make granola bars (which, in searching for the recipe to link for you, I strangely do not have one – that will be corrected as soon as possible), my whole wheat crackers jar is empty, and the cake plate is barren. My household is in a bit of disarray, but this week will correct that and the future will maintain that.
I will also begin making dog food this week. Strange as it may be, I’m excited to make the first batch and see how it goes. I will definitely be sharing those experiences, motivations, and the success/failure of it.
roast beef, potatoes, carrots, green beans, beef gravy, garden salad
Southern Fried Chicken, Hot Potato Salad, green peas, Ma-Maw Lucille’s Buttermilk Biscuits
Mouthwatering Cornmeal Crusted Rainbow Trout, fresh green beans with slivered almonds, Perfect Brown Rice
Turkey Burgers with Basil Mayonnaise, Homemade Whole Wheat Buns, Scrumptious Sweet Potato Sticks, fruit salad
Heat-Free Chili, Old Fashioned Cornbread, garden salad
chicken wings, homemade French fries, celery & carrots, homemade blue cheese dressing
Family Favorite Steak & Gravy, Wonderful Whipped Potatoes, Green Beans, garden salad, Granny Everman’s Yeast Rolls
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I’ve been cooking food for my dog for some years. There are a wide range of home-prepared diet options. I feed a low-carb diet so it has a lot of meat. You do need to supplement with calcium as I understand it – more than what’s in a vitamin pill for instance.
Thanks for that information. I’ll look it up. A friend stopped by today and mentioned that onions and something else were actually toxic to dogs. Since my recipe involves leftover food, I need to research that as well. She gave me a website – http://www.i-love-dogs.com/dog-food-recipes.html – that’s supposed to be really good. I’m going to spend some time reading about it when I get some free time. As of right now, I still have Christmas decorations up. (sigh)
Here’s another site: