Gluten Free Menu Swap

I allowed the husband a week off in our menu planning but our grocery bill suffered for it. So this week, I insisted that we reinstate the menu planning. We start our menus on a Saturday so I’m a bit late, but eh.

We have a fridge full of leftovers that need to be eaten but much other goodness should be consumed. It is FINALLY spring here and our backyard has only a few specks of snow left. Our front yard on the other hand faces north and so still has 2 feet pondering whether or not to leave for a few months or not. But, we bought both kids rubber boots this weekend and they have been essentially living outside so I hope this encourages the last of the snow to melt away.

Without further adieu, my menu.

Thai Food – Curry Beef and Sweet & Sour Chicken with noodles and coconut rice

Another meal of the Gluten Free Lasagna baked for us by a friend as a get well gift

Pasta (go figure!)

Leftovers (shocking!)

Polenta with moose meat, red peppers, onions and mozzarella cheese

Tacos – this is one of 2 meals that I can consume a ridiculous amount of food during. I think I had 4. They were perfect.

And I’m missing something.. I wonder where the husband put that list.

Wendy at Celiacs in the House is hosting this week!

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. WendyGK
    Apr 06, 2009 @ 20:55:00

    Sounds like you are recovering nicely and whipping that family back into shape. Have a good week and sending warm thoughts up to you. Trying to snow here all day.

    Reply

  2. Hua
    Jul 14, 2009 @ 21:33:52

    The Thai dish sounds amazing! How did that turn out?

    Reply

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