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This weeks Menu

Sunday, August 23, 2009

this is my rough draft of what I'll eat this week for dinner.

Sunday- grilled wings, wild rice and cucumber salad

Monday- Skillet Lasagna, salad cantaloupe

Tuesday- beef stew and fruit salad

Wednesday- Rosemary chicken with white beans, strawberries

Thursday- Pork tender loin, sweet potatoes and green beans, apple sauce

Friday - slow cooker tortellini soup. garlic bread with basil pesto. watermelon

Saturday is still open we are going to the fair ??

I have the same breakfast every morning see my menu plan, for lunch I take 2-3 cups of fresh veggies, 2-3 ounce of lean chicken or turkey breast grilled, not lunch meat. and a snack bar, and an apple for my afternoon snack.

so there you have it.....
I can then add in my snack and some of my favorite things....skinny cow ice cream, dark chocolate squares and more fruit..

Kitt
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  • MOV4WARD
    emoticon omg Kitt, u'r makin me drool! kid u not!!!!

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    who would've thunk our tastes would change so much?
    3737 days ago
  • SHANTODD420
    Hey Kitt,
    Thanks for sharing your meals. Have a healthy and happy week. I am trying to cut back on bread this week.
    3737 days ago
  • MYSKINNYGENES
    Thanks so much for sharing your menu! This is a great example of how you don't have to eat boring to eat healthy! Skillet Lasagna? That sounds absolutely wonderful!!
    3738 days ago
  • POSITIVELY_EB
    You're making me hungry, Kitt! Thanks for sharing!

    Hugs! Bevelry
    3738 days ago
  • LAINIESNEWLIFE
    Thanks for sharing, Kitt. Sounds great!

    Hugs,

    Lainie
    3738 days ago
  • HEALTHYGAL01
    Thanks for sharing this Kitt, I want to start doing planning and I'm pretty hopeless at that much organization (G). This shows me a great framework for getting it done.
    3738 days ago
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