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Weekly Menu

I know I’m constantly searching for meal ideas that are easy enough to pull together after work, but still actually taste interesting.  To avoid scrambling to think of dinner ideas on a daily basis, we make a weekly menu in our household.  I’ll post it here each week, so check back if you’re looking for ideas!

Week of July 15, 2013

  • Monday: Chicken, tomatoes, mushrooms (all leftovers) sauteed and served over quinoa
  • Tuesday: Beef tacos with tomatoes, avocado and salsa
  • Wednesday: Linguine with clam sauce
  • Thursday: Chicken + vegetable stir-fry (over quinoa)
  • Friday: OUT!
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  1. Lise Rochefort #

    As a freelance writer, poet, parent and researcher I loved Brynn Harrington’s article about “10 Things I Want My Daughter to Know About Exercising”. Well-written & informative. So pleased to see this kind of thinking / philosophy being promoted.

    November 28, 2013

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