Alright. Here we go. A Paleo menu. Full of things that are Paleo.
They’re adaptations of regular meals that we eat all the time when the fella isn’t torturing me with experimental meal plans based on men who had hair on the soles of their feet.
I may have had to take a delicious ingredient or two out, but these meals aren’t toooo different from our regular meals. That’s kind of my plan with this whole experiment.
For instance Monday’s meal is something we’d normally eat, only I’ve had to omit the goat’s cheese on the beets I’d normally have and the side of roasted potatoes.
For Tuesday, this is something we’d normally eat exactly as is, only I’m not sure it’s all that geared towards weight loss what with the chicken salad being made of scads of (olive oil) mayonnaise. The Curried Cauliflower Soup is a new recipe from my True Foods cookbook and is delicious. D E L I C I O U S.
Wednesday I’m breaking down and considering having Goat’s cheese on my salad. The fella will not. I might. I haven’t decided.
Thursday and Saturday would have the addition of potatoes normally so I just took those out and Sunday I’d prefer a quiche, but we’re forced to have a Paleo friendly frittata. Bleh.
A couple of the recipes!
The True Food Curried Cauliflower Soup
Civilized Caveman’s Paleo Banana Bread
The True Food Kale Salad (I omitted the parmesan and bread crumbs)
There’s actually a Paleo food seminar at the fella’s Crossfit gym this weekend. I’ve been to the nutrition seminars there before. Adam, the King Crossfitter is very well versed in matters of nutrition and box jumps. And other stuff. I like Adam. I’d like to hear what he has to say.
But, I’ve been banned from this seminar. Not by the folks at Crossfit, but by the fella himself. He claims to have some fear I’ll have an outburst. I won’t behave myself. At the first mention of how great Paleo is, I’ll jump up and start shouting FREE THE TUBERS! FREE THE TUBERS! Or something like that.
So I won’t be going. I really don’t know what he’s so worried about. I’m just a tiny wisp of thing with the face of an angel. Just one look at me and anyone can see I have the disposition of a saint.
Anyhow, that’s what we’ll be eating this week. It’s a good lookin’ menu, but looks, as we all know, can sometimes be deceiving.