Monday: "Porcupines in a Skillet" I tried this new recipe that included ground beef, rice, cheese, onion soup mix, and tomatoes. Pretty tasty! My 100 Days of Real Food cookbook contains a great recipe for homemade onion soup mix. The packaged stuff usually contains bad ingredients.
Tuesday: Fried sole, baked potatoes. I just dip the fish in a mixture of flour and cornmeal seasoned with salt, and pan fry in avocado oil. Lucas loved this!
Wednesday: Scrambled eggs with nitrite-free breakfast sausage, leftover potatoes, green peppers, cheese. I know this is kind of an ugly picture but this breakfast scramble was really good!
Thursday: Whole chicken cooked in the crockpot. After it cooked I added some carrots and water and seasonings to the leftover carcass and juices, and it cooked overnight. Now I have about 12 cups of homemade chicken broth! I used this recipe: http://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2011/02/25/recipe-the-best-whole-chicken-in-a-crock-pot/
Some seasoned couscous
Friday: I used the leftover chicken to make chicken tacos. I shredded it and added taco seasoning and mexican tomato sauce.
And Saturday night we bought dinner out because I was tired of cooking!