Meal Plan Monday in MA

27 07 2008

Another week, another meal plan! Food has not been a friend to my preggo belly lately, but hopefully this week I’ll transition from the queasiness of the 1st trimester into the bliss of the 2nd.

Meanwhile, I wanted to share this nifty brand that I discovered in my local mega-mart: Bilinski’s Gourmet Meats. They’re natural and organic, but don’t taste like the packaging like some natural products I’ve had. I had to stop my dh from eating all the beef franks the last time I bought them so I could have seconds the next day. Bilinski’s is a New York family-owned company, so I’m not sure if their products are available outside the North East. But if you do see them, give them a try!

OUR MEAL PLAN FOR THE WEEK

Monday: Saturday’s Roast Chicken: Part II (I adapted the giant turkey recipe for a tiny chicken) & potatoes

Tuesday: Leftovers that are taking over the fridge

Wednesday: Broccoli & Cheddar Quiche with a Fruit Salad

Thursday: Mac’n’Cheese with Hotdogs and Salad

Friday: Baked (or Grilled) Fish and Creamed Spinach

Saturday: Forage for something in the fridge. There will be leftovers…

Sunday: Breakfast for dinner–Sausage and Waffles

 

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Truely it’s Orangey!

27 07 2008

     I was so excited this week to find my grocery store has started to carry True Lemon products. I had tried a free sample over a month ago and was really impressed. True Lemon is a crystallized lemon substitute in convenient little packets. Just think, when you sprinkle sugar on something, it gets sweeter; but when you sprinkle True Lemon, it gets “lemony-er” without any extra calories! It’s a great pick-me-up for drinking water or a quick & tasty addition to marinades and rubs. The company also makes a lime and orange substitute.
     I had been carrying a coupon for the product around with me for awhile, so when I saw it, I decided to buy a box of True Orange. Back at home, I started to make a fruit salad. Maybe they were just old, but my oranges had no flavor. I diced them anyway and then sprinkled them with a packet of True Orange. When I mixed them in with the rest of the fruit and tasted the salad, my mouth did a little happy dance! It was the best fruit salad I’ve had in a long time; hurray for True Orange!
lemon Ok, so you’ve heard me go on about it….Isn’t it time for you to try it too? Visit truelemon.com for your free sample and tell me what you think.