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Week starting Dec. 15, 2016

Thursday

No Bean Turkey & Sweet Potato Chili. Doubled recipe. Topped with plain Greek yogurt  and fresh jalapeno slices. Tasty and quick to throw together.

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Friday

Leftover chili

Saturday

Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken & Sweet Potatoes. Won an Instant Pot at a Christmas party. So pumped. It’s great. This was an easy first instant pot recipe. Used half of chicken breasts; saved other half for Monday night.

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Sunday

Instant Pot Dal Makhani (lentils). Amazing. Cost less than $3 to make. Even better the next day. Used olive oil instead of avocado oil. Doubled tomatoes because I used Romas. I don’t think I’ll soak the lentils next time.

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Monday

Instant Pot Chicken Soup with Kale. Everything you want a chicken soup to be in winter. Cozy. Cooked the chicken on Instant Pot poultry setting first using this recipe scaled down for 1.5 lbs. Used twice as much kale to use it up.

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Tuesday

Leftover soup

Wednesday

Pressure Cooker Kalua Pig

Thursday

Leftover pork

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Bacon (only need 3 slices)
  • Chicken breasts (large package; on sale $1.77/lb)
  • Pork shoulder roast (5 lbs; on sale $1.69/lb)
  • Ground turkey (20 oz)
  • Cilantro
  • Kale (1 bunch)
  • Cabbage (1 head)
  • Garlic
  • Tomatoes (4)
  • Rotel (1 larger off brand can)
  • Tomato Sauce (1 larger can)
  • Chicken broth (1 carton)
  • Red lentils (1 cup; from bulk section at sprouts)
  • Red Hawaiian Coarse Sea Salt (1½ tbsp; get from savory spice)

Need but have at home

Salt, onions (4), garlic cloves, water, cumin, chili powder, paprika, bay leaf, sweet potatoes, butter, Frank’s RedHot, sweet potatoes (3), pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, olive oil, fresh ginger, turmeric, cayenne, garam masala, carrots, celery, dried thyme, dried oregano, fish sauce

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Week starting Nov. 15, 2016

Tuesday

Spaghetti (zucchini spaghetti) & Meat Sauce. Threw together with items at the house: ground beef, chopped onion, canned tomatoes, black olives, garlic, zucchini noodles. Topped with some fresh basil from the porch.

Wednesday

Mulligatawny Soup. One of my favorite meals. Used butter instead of ghee, 3 celery stalks instead of 1, and 3 carrots instead of 2. Omitted white basmati rice but may cook some to have with leftovers.

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Thursday

Sweet Korean Paleo Chicken Thighs with Cauliflower Rice. Put into marinade on Wednesday night. One of Ryan’s favorite meals.

Friday

Leftovers

Saturday

Easy Breakfast Casserole. Only using 1lb meat and shredding sweet potato with food processor.

Sunday

Chicken Pot Pie Soup

Monday

Maple Rosemary Whipped Yams Topped with Cinnamon Candied Pecans for office potluck

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Ground beef (1 lb)*
  • Ground pork or sausage (1 lb)
  • Chicken thighs (4 lbs or more; on sale $1.59/lb)
  • Chicken breasts (1 package; on sale $1.59/lb)
  • Green onions (1 bunch)
  • Spinach
  • Celery (1 bunch; on sale $.69/bunch)
  • Carrots (1 bag)
  • Sweet potato (8; on sale $.69/llb)
  • Potatoes (2 lbs; 5 lb bag on sale for $.69)
  • Onions (4)
  • Pink lady apples (4; on sale $.88/lb)
  • Zucchini (2)*
  • Lemon (1)
  • Eggs
  • Fresh rosemary (Trader Joe’s)
  • Coconut milk (3 cans) Trader Joe’s
  • Maple syrup (1 bottle) Trader Joe’s
  • Chicken broth (2 cartons)
  • Coconut sugar (¼ cup) Trader Joe’s if can’t buy in bulk from Sprouts
  • Pecan halves (3 cups) Trader Joe’s?

Need but have at home

Onion (1), canned tomatoes, fresh basil, black olives, bay leaves, garlic cloves, garam masala, curry powder, turmeric, ground ginger, ground nutmeg, salt, pepper, cilantro, honey, gochujang, coconut aminos, sesame oil, sesame seeds, fresh ginger, salt, pepper, coconut oil, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme, fresh sage, cayenne, frozen peas, cinnamon, vanilla extract, maple sugar

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Week starting Nov. 7, 2016

Monday

Ground Turkey Brussels Sprouts Skillet. Big fan of shredded Brussels sprouts. Used more than recipe. Used outer leaves to make Brussels sprouts chips (toss with bit or olive oil and bake at 350 for 10ish mins flipping at 5-min mark).

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Tuesday

Roast Chicken and Paleo Honey Roasted Carrots. The chicken is a Pioneer Woman recipe, so there’s butter. However, it doesn’t have the other Southern staples (cheese, cream of whatever, etc.), so you’re fine. It was incredible, super easy and cheap! Including the carrots, this meal cost under $7. It fed two adults dinner and lunch the next day.

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Wednesday

Pork Roast with Dijon Glaze with roasted butternut squash. Feeling lazy, used precut butternut squash from Trader Joe’s. It was a huge roast, so repurposed it for breakfast with eggs and jalapenos. Smells great when cooking.

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Thursday-Saturday

Leftovers

Sunday

Savory Sriracha Oatmeal. Didn’t want to go out or cook for a long time and found this recipe. Omitted cashews. Topped with parsley from my porch. Yum. Easy.

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Monday

Baingan ka Bharta (Indian Eggplant). Use 3 eggplants instead of 2 and roasted for 30 minutes (didn’t broil after). Sub coconut oil for avocado oil; top with a fried egg and cilantro. One of my absolute favorite dishes. Ridiculous.

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Friday

Leftovers

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Whole chicken (1)
  • Pork loin roast (3 lbs; on sale $1.77/lb)
  • Ground turkey (1 lb; on sale $4.99/lb)
  • Cilantro aka fresh coriander (1 bunch)
  • Carrots (2 bags)
  • White onion (1)
  • Brussels sprouts (½ lb)
  • Eggplants (3)
  • Red bell pepper (1)
  • Serrano peppers (2)
  • Tomatoes (4)
  • Lemons (3)
  • Fresh rosemary
  • Unsalted butter
  • Parsnips, turnips or butternut squash (pick up from Trader Joe’s)

Need but have at home

Coconut oil, onion (1), garlic cloves, chili powder, salt, pepper, cayenne, olive oil, honey, parsley, paprika, cumin, garlic powder, dijon mustard, cumin, fresh ginger, coriander powder, turmeric, garam masala, oats, sriracha, coconut aminos, eggs

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Week starting Sept. 12, 2016

Monday

Sesame Spiced Tuna and Roasted Asparagus. This hit the spot. Cooked the tuna a little bit longer for my taste. Next time will not roast the asparagus as long.

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Tuesday

Simple Kale and Turkey Skillet. Healthy comfort meal. Similar to the Healthy Hamburger Helper.

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Wednesday

Almost 5 Ingredient Green Chile Chorizo Cauliflower Casserole. People pleaser. Good dish to ease someone into using cauliflower as a substitute. Topped with a dollop of Greek yogurt.

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Thursday

Leftover Almost 5 Ingredient Green Chile Chorizo Cauliflower Casserole. So damn good still.

Saturday

Coffee Rubbed Pork over Cocoa Infused Sweet Potatoes with Blueberry Glaze. Doubling the recipe.

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Ahi Tuna steaks (2; on sale $5.99/lb)
  • Sprouts Chorizo (1lb)
  • Pork loin roast (calls for 2-2.5lb; got 3.8lb; on sale $3.99/lb)
  • Ground turkey (1lb; on sale $4.99/lb)
  • Green onions (1 bunch)
  • Broccoli florets (need 1½ cups)
  • Kale (1 bunch)
  • Sweet potatoes (2)
  • Asparagus (1 bunch)
  • Cauliflower (1 head)
  • Mushrooms (1 pint)
  • Blueberries (need 2 cups; fresh to expense; bought frozen)
  • Tomato paste (6oz can)

Need but have at home

Yellow onion (1), canned green chiles (12oz), garlic powder, eggs, salt, pepper, fennel seeds, mustard seeds, peppercorns, sesame seeds, coconut oil, dried thyme, garlic cloves, dried sage, dried ginger, chicken broth, coconut milk (6oz), coriander, coffee, nutmeg, cinnamon, unsweetened cocoa powder, sweet potatoes (2), red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, ground mustard, onion powder, lemon (1)

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Week starting Aug. 29, 2016

Accidentally turned into T-bone week.

Monday

Grilled chicken breasts with Mt. Elbert seasoning on bed of spinach topped with grape tomatoes and sliced avocado

Tuesday

Grilled T-bones with Chipotle Roasted Carrots (used regular carrots and sliced them in half by length and then by width) and some raw broccoli. Dessert: Baked Pears (3 Bartlett pears sprinkled with cinnamon & pumpkin pie seasoning and 2 tbsp of butter; bake at 400 for 30 mins-ish; topped with plain Greek yogurt & drizzle of honey)

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Wednesday

Vietnamese Chicken & Cabbage Salad. It was raining, so I boiled the chicken instead of grilling (brought to a simmer on high heat, then reduced heat to low and covered for 12 minutes). Still put it in an ice bath for 20 minutes before shredding. Subbed olive oil for avocado oil. Used a red jalapeno for the hot chili pepper. Will make this a lot. It’s fresh, packs a punch of flavor and has cheap ingredients.

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Thursday

Spicy Chipotle Grilled Chicken Drumsticks (marinate night before; use leftover chipotles in adobo from Tuesday) and Crispy Brussels Sprouts (cooking temp converts to 430 F; doubled recipe) with chopped  Peppered Bacon. These Brussels sprouts are now a go-to side dish. Food processor is a complete game-changer.

Sunday

Grilled T-bones and Baby Red Potato Salad (doubled recipe). I mostly try to stay away from potatoes, but this was perfect for a Labor Day pool day. Tastes homey.

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • T-bone steaks (4; using rain check to get them for $6.99/lb; on sale after Wednesday for that price)
  • Chicken breasts (large package; on sale; $1.88/lb)
  • Chicken drumsticks (large package; cheap)
  • Bacon
  • Cilantro (1 bunch)
  • Green cabbage (1 head)
  • Green onions (1 bunch)
  • Red onion (1)
  • Green bell pepper (1)
  • Brussels Sprouts (1½ lbs)
  • Baby red potatoes (bought 3 lbs)
  • Carrots (2 lbs)
  • Avocado (3; on sale 3/$1)
  • Red chili pepper (1)
  • Limes (4)
  • Canned chipotle with adobo sauce (1 can)

Need but have at home

Mt. Elbert seasoning, spinach, grape tomatoes, coconut oil, turmeric, honey, salt, olive oil, garlic cloves, onions, paprika, cumin, chili powder, vegetable spray, shallot (1), fish sauce, apple cider vinegar, mint leaves, smoked paprika, dijon mustard, red wine vinegar, reduced fat mayo, salt pepper

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Week starting Aug. 14, 2016

Sunday

Roast Chicken and Paleo Honey Roasted Carrots. The chicken is a Pioneer Woman recipe, so there’s butter. However, it doesn’t have the other Southern staples (cheese, cream of whatever, etc.), so you’re fine. It was incredible, super easy and cheap! Including the carrots, this meal cost under $7. It fed two adults dinner and lunch the next day.

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Monday

Thai Red Vegetable Curry. Used more carrots than recipe. The lime juice really sets off the curry flavor. Fast hearty vegetarian dinner. It makes a ton.

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Tuesday

Leftover Thai Red Vegetable Curry.

Wednesday

Thai Chicken and Mango Fried Rice using coconut oil not duck fat. Used 2 cups of mango (about 1.25 red mangoes) and left half the seeds in the jalapeno for a bit more kick. Ideal summer dinner with the bright flavors but still filling.

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Thursday

Chorizo lettuce wraps. Sprouts beef chorizo in romaine lettuce leaves with green onion, chopped jalapeno, sliced radishes, black olives, cilantro, grape tomatoes, etc. (including extra mango not used in fried rice). Use the big leaves to make your “tacos” and the small ones to make “nachos.”

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Friday

Baked Greek Chicken.

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Sprouts Beef chorizo (1 lb)
  • Whole chicken (1; on sale for $.99/lb)
  • Chicken breasts (2 large packages; using rain check to get $1.69/lb price)
  • Romaine lettuce (1 head)
  • Green onions (1 bunch)
  • Cilantro (2 bunches)
  • Flat leaf parsley (1 bunch)
  • Snap peas (10 oz)
  • Broccoli crowns (several; for recipe & snack w/hummus)
  • Carrots (2–1 lb bags)
  • Yellow onions (several)
  • Red onion (1)
  • Cauliflower (1 head)
  • Bartlett Pears (6; on sale $.88/lb) — SNACK
  • Mangoes (2)
  • Orange bell pepper (2)
  • Eggplants (2)
  • Grape tomatoes (1 pint)
  • Baby spinach (1 container)
  • Mushrooms (2–8oz containers of sliced button mushrooms)
  • Bananas (6) — SNACK
  • Limes (4)
  • Lemons (4)
  • Water chestnuts (5 oz can; purchased at Walmart)
  • Kalamata olives (1 jar; purchased at Walmart)
  • Coconut cream (grabbed 2 small cartons to total 14 oz; purchased at Walmart)

Need but have at home

Fresh rosemary (I store it in the freezer), unsalted butter, salt, pepper, olive oil, honey, coconut oil, garlic cloves, fresh ginger (I store it in the freezer), Thai Red Curry paste, coconut milk (1 can), coconut aminos, paprika, carrots (2), balsamic vinegar, dried oregano, dried thyme, dried basil, dried marjoram, dried minced onion, dried minced garlic, sesame oil, fish sauce, sriracha, jalapeno (2)

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Week starting July 24, 2016

Sunday

Chorizo lettuce wraps. Top with cilantro, diced tomatoes, red onion, jalapenos and radishes.

Monday

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Tuesday

Buffalo Chicken Casserole. Used 2/3 cup of Frank’s instead of 1 cup. May lessen even more next time. Crowd pleaser.

Wednesday

Sweet Korean Paleo Chicken Thighs with Cauliflower Rice. Back by popular demand (aka Ryan’s fav). Used 3.4 lbs of chicken thighs and doubled marinade recipe.

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Thursday

Mushroom Mattar Methi Malai. Made tomato puree with fresh tomatoes using an immersion blender (since food processor was busy). Used frozen peas and coconut milk that’d been refrigerated instead of coconut cream. All the spices can be purchased in small quantities at a spice shop. Ugly yes, but it’s also filling, flavorful and smells amazing.

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Friday

Balsamic Chicken Thighs and Asparagus. Go-to recipe. Super quick to throw together marinade.

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Saturday

Grilled chicken drumsticks (with either jerk or Mt. Elbert seasoning) with Sauteed Okra

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Chorizo (1 lb; whatever kind is cheapest; sometimes there’s a manager’s special that they need to get rid of)
  • Ground chicken (1 lb)
  • Chicken thighs (2 large packages; on sale $1.49/lb)
  • Chicken drumsticks (large package)
  • Romaine or green leafy lettuce (1 head)
  • Curly parsley (1 bunch)
  • Celery (1  head)
  • Cauliflower (1 head)
  • Spaghetti squash (1)
  • Asparagus (1 bunch)
  • Okra (1 lb)
  • Red bell pepper (1)
  • Avocado (1 or 2)
  • Tomato (2)
  • Mushrooms (2–8oz packages)
  • Tomato puree (need ½ cup; could use leftover tomatoes in fridge?)
  • Frozen green peas (1 bag; can get at Dollar Tree)
  • Coconut cream (1 can; if they have it at Sprouts;  if not, 1 can of coconut milk from Dollar Tree instead)
  • Gochujang (1 jar; Korean chili paste; available at Sprouts, most Walmarts & Target)

Need but have at home

Frank’s, pepper, olive oil, garlic, yellow onions, garlic powder, salt, organic mayo, eggs, fresh ginger, coriander powder, garam masala, paprika, turmeric, cumin, cayenne, cardamom, kasoori methi (dried fenugreek leaves), cilantro, balsamic vinegar, coconut aminos, carrots

Photo credit: The Endless Meal 
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Week starting July 11, 2016

Week of recycling recipes. Not trying anything new this week–just going with those that have already proven tasty.

Monday

Huge salad. Used a head of green leafy lettuce (sliced) and everything in the fridge: green & black olives, sliced radishes, chopped tomatoes, diced carrots, chopped cucumbers, banana pepper slices, chopped red de-seeded jalapeno and sliced almonds.

Tuesday

Chipotle Chicken and Green Beans. Used green beans from a co-worker’s garden last time. Hope store-bought doesn’t pale in comparison. Subbed olive oil for avocado oil. Served with sliced tomato.

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Wednesday

Leftovers

Thursday

Sweet Korean Paleo Chicken Thighs with Cauliflower Rice. I don’t love “sweet” entrees, but this is smoky sweet and delicious.

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Friday

Crispy Pork Carnitas lettuce wraps (w/romaine lettuce) topped with tomatoes, cilantro, chopped radish, green onions and red jalapenos. Love this blog, a lot. Her Baingan ka Bharta (Indian Eggplant) w/a fried egg is my new favorite dish (below). For breakfast the next day, added an egg on top of the carnitas.

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Saturday

Horseradish Crusted London Broil with Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta. This combines two different recipes. Will only make when the meat is on sale. It’s yummy & pretty. I tend to take red pepper flake packets from work to add unnecessary zing. Used leftover London Broil for steak and eggs. (RE: pictures–I’m not a food stylist. I’m just here to eat.)

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Sunday

Chicken and sweet potato curry. This is a quick comfort meal.

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • London broil (2 lbs; on sale $4.99/Sprouts butcher sliced the size I wanted)
  • Pork loin roast (3 lbs; on sale $1.79/lb)
  • Chicken thighs (large package; split for two recipes)
  • Chicken breasts (1 large package; on sale $1.88/lb)
  • Ginger root (little knob)
  • Romaine lettuce (1 head)
  • Green leafy lettuce (1 head)
  • Green onions (1 bunch)
  • Sweet potatoes (2)
  • Onions (3lb bag)
  • Garlic (3 heads)
  • Apples (8; Granny Smith & Fuji on sale $.99/lb)–SNACK
  • Green beans (1 lb)
  • Cucumbers (2)
  • Cauliflower (1 head)
  • Red jalapeno peppers (4)
  • Serrano peppers (2)
  • Roasted red peppers (1 jar)
  • Almond butter (need ½ cup)–too expensive at Sprouts, pick up at Target or Walmart
  • Coconut milk (2 cans)–trying Dollar Tree’s version bc it was cheap; we’ll see

Need but have at home

Olive oil, chili powder, salt, black pepper, chipotle powder from Savory Spice, cayenne, prepared horseradish, Dijon mustard, zucchini (2), yellow squash (2), garlic powder, onion powder, mustard, powder, green & black olives, radishes, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, banana pepper slices, sliced almonds, cilantro, oregano, cumin, bay leaf (1), cinnamon stick (1), lime (1), oranges (2), honey, sesame seeds, gochujang (Korean chili paste; can buy at Sprouts), coconut aminos, sesame oil, curry powder, ground ginger

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Week starting June 27, 2016

Week starting June 27, 2016

Monday

Chipotle Chicken and Green Beans. Made this with green beans from someone’s garden. It was so easy and ridiculously good. The chipotle powder is a must and can be picked up from Savory Spice.

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Tuesday

Summer Squash Meatball Casserole. Made this previously. Fairly quick to throw together and tastes better the second day once flavors set in.

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Wednesday

Chicken Enchilada Bake (will use 1½ chicken breasts from package of 3) with Jicama Slaw. This slaw is a go-to for summer cookouts. This enchilada bake is a healthier substitute for the King Ranch Casserole we all grew up eating. These ingredients are a little bit better for you than cream of chicken soup, tortilla chips and cheese.

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Thursday

Grilled chicken (will use remaining 1½ chicken breasts from package of 3) with Indian dry rub (will half recipe) and Indian Pineapple Cauliflower Rice (will substitute raisins for currants)

Friday

Grilled Sprouts Andouille Sausage With Grilled Zucchini

Sprouts shopping list (weekly ad)

  • Sprouts Andouille sausage (1½lbs)
  • Ground beef (1 lb)
  • Chicken breasts (on sale $1.79/lb)
  • Chicken thighs (1 lb)
  • Cilantro (2 bunches)
  • Napa cabbage (1 head)
  • Red onion (2)
  • Cucumber (preferably an English cucumber but not if pricey; 1 or 2)
  • Cauliflower (1 head)
  • Jicama (1)
  • Red bell pepper (1)
  • Orange bell pepper (1)
  • Eggs (18)
  • Lemons (3)
  • Limes (6)
  • Pineapple (1)
  • Chipotle powder (only need ½ tsp; may get from Savory Spice)
  • Coconut aminos (1 bottle)
  • Enchilada sauce (1-14oz can)
  • Diced green chiles (1-6oz can)
  • Diced tomatoes (1-14oz can)
  • Raw cashews — SNACK (1½ lbs; on sale for $4.99/lb)
  • Sliced almonds (¼ cup)

Need but have at home

Cooking fat, minced garlic, yellow squash (2), zucchinis (8), cumin, coriander, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper, parsley, red chili flakes, chili powder, rice wine vinegar, sugar, olive oil, carrots (1 bag), coconut oil, dried oregano, green beans (12oz), onion (½), curry powder, cumin, garlic powder, turmeric, cardamom, coriander, onion powder, dry mustard, fennel seeds, garam marsala, sage, ground ginger

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Week starting June 13, 2016

Monday

Leftover Crockpot Cuban Pork Lettuce Wraps

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Tuesday

Grilled Rockfish with Chunky Mango-Ginger Sauce. Using leftover chardonnay from my house instead of buying dry sherry. Grilled about 2 lbs of rockfish in foil packets because the fillets were not super thick. Used 4 mangos. The sauce packed a lot of flavor and paired well with the mild white fish. Solid summer dish. Reheated well the next day for lunch.

Wednesday

Horseradish Crusted London Broil with Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta. The next time London Broil goes on sale, this will be happening again. So good. The pasta was top notch. Used the food processor’s slicing blade to make “noodles,” which gave it a potato au gratin texture that was quite lovely. Sauce was legit.

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Thursday

Pork Chops with Garlic Sage Butter with Celeriac Mash. Saving celeriac mash recipe for another time. Didn’t want to mess with Whole Foods. Served chops with leftover Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta. Chops were okay. I didn’t love them.

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Saturday

Grilled Pineapple Country Style Ribs (using ribs instead of pork chops) with Fruity Coleslaw. Saving coleslaw for next week. The ribs were delicious.

Sunday

Asparagus, Dill & Onion Egg Casserole. The fresh dill sets this off. Yum. Served with a few slices of grilled chicken for dinner on Sunday.

Sprouts shopping list

  • Rockfish (2 lbs or 4 fillets; on sale $5.99/lb)
  • London Broil (2 lbs; on sale $3.99/lb)
  • Country style pork ribs (pick package; on sale $1.99/lb)
  • Pork chops (4; on sale $1.99/lb)
  • Chicken breasts (on sale $1.88/lb)
  • Granny Smith apples (8; on sale $.98/lb) — SNACK
  • Celeriac (2) did not find at Sprouts; will pick up at Whole Foods
  • Green cabbage (1 head)
  • Green onion (1 bunch)
  • Carrots (1 bag of normal)
  • Yellow squash (2)
  • Mangos (4)
  • Pineapple (1)
  • Blueberries (18 oz package; on sale $1.98/each) — SNACK
  • Red grapes (1 cup)
  • Roasted red peppers (1 jar)
  • Sage (1 package) will store in freezer after using
  • Dill (1 package) will store in freezer after using
  • Eggs (18)
  • Horseradish (1 jar)
  • Dry sherry (1 bottle) using leftover chardonnay from my house instead
  • Coconut milk (2 cans)
  • Mandarin oranges (1 can) can get for $1 at DollarTree instead
  • Limes (4)
  • Oranges (4)
  • Almond butter (½ cup)
  • Walnuts (2 lbs; on sale $3.99/lb) — SNACK

Need but have at home

Olive oil, salt, pepper, red onion (1), fresh ginger (stored in freezer), minced garlic, brown sugar, white vinegar, Dijon mustard, zucchini (2), garlic powder, onion powder, mustard powder, garlic cloves (6), chicken stock, fresh thyme, coconut oil, honey, coconut aminos, apple cider vinegar, organic mayo, tomatoes (3), asparagus, white pepper, yellow onions (2), clarified butter