Mr. Heather is back on a body building kick. For those who are unfamiliar with the idea, it involves consuming more calories, but with no refined carbs (white sugar, white flour, etc). I’ll support him to a point. Neither the children nor I are on the diet, but I will do my best to ensure each meal offers at least some items he can eat. However, there will be times where he’ll just have to dig into a refrigerator stockpile I’ve created. Our grocery budget will be expanding, but it will also include much more in the way of fresh vegetables.
This plan is subject to change at my discretion.
- Monday – Pan seared ribeyes, stir fried vegetables, rice noodles
- Tuesday – Brinner – scrambled eggs, bacon, cheese grits, fruit
- Wednesday- Chicken fajitas, refried beans, Spanish rice
- Thursday – C.O.R.N.
- Friday – Blackened tuna steaks (adults, fishsticks for the unappreciative short ones) Caesar salad
- Saturday – Ham, baked sweet potatoes, roasted cauliflower, green beans
- Sunday – Date night (using a gift card and promised babysitting services)
Tell me Home Eccers, what is on your menu and how do you cope with an adult who chooses a difficult diet?