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Meal Planning--Dinners--Week 2

January 9th, 2017 at 07:07 am

I did fairly well on week one of sticking to the menus I had planned. We did deviate twice. One night because we had a lot of leftovers and tonight because I didn't feel like cooking so DH made soup and sandwiches. I think I have a stomach bug. I am trying to will it away, but it's really not working. Hopefully it will pass quickly.

We did buy a couple of things to fill in the gaps for this coming week, some lettuce and cabbage and some oranges, but mostly meals will be from what we have on hand and repurposing leftovers into new meals.

Here's the plan for this week:

Monday--Meatloaf (didn't get made week one), fried potatoes, pears, salad

Tuesday--Herb Roasted Rabbit, baked sweet potatoes, green beans, oranges

Wednesday--Rabbit stir-fry--broccoli, carrots, onions, cauliflower, celery--Pineapple, Stir-fried Rice

Thursday--Beef stew (didn't get made week one)--carrots, potatoes, parsnips--celery sticks with blue cheese dressing, oranges

Friday--Bacon cheeseburgers, sweet potato fries/fries, cole slaw, pears

Saturday--Spaghetti and Meatballs, cole slaw, oranges

Sunday--Beef pot roast, baked sweet potatoes, broccoli, oranges

2 Responses to “Meal Planning--Dinners--Week 2”

  1. Amber Says:

    Hmmm I've never had rabbit, what is it similar to?

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    Personally, I think it tastes similar to a cross between pasture-raised organic pork and ostrich meat, but the texture is similar to chicken. It can easily be prepared like any chicken recipe as the herbs, spices, and sauces that compliment chicken go well with rabbit, too.

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