Monday- Beef & barley soup and salad
Tuesday- Sourdough impossible tuna and pea pie, broth, and salad
Wednesday- Baked salmon with NT's creamy dill sauce, fried potatoes, broth, and coleslaw (homemade mayo)
Thursday- Creamy chipotle and pineapple chicken, rice (cooked in broth), and salad
Friday- Sourdough pizza (green peppers, mushrooms, olives and pineapple), broth, and salad
Saturday- Crock pot butter chicken, rice (cooked in broth)/potatoes (for the guys since they won't tolerate eating rice more than once a week lol), salad, and pumpkin kugel
Sunday- Roast chicken, mashed potatoes w/ gravy, cabbage, and salad
I've recently started only planning our supper meals and instead of planning out breakfasts and lunches I just make sure we keep our favourite staples in stock.
Breakfasts: I always make us a kefir smoothie to start with, that way I know we're starting the day with some serious nutrition; probiotics from the kefir, healthy fats from the coconut oil, and all the nutrients in the soaked flax and chia seeds, berries, and maca! Sometimes I'll even throw in a couple fresh egg yolks if we have them and we're not having eggs for breakfast that day! Then for our breakfast, we will usually alternate between oatmeal (which I've fermented ahead of time with sourdough starter to make more digestible and nutritious. Though since I'm sensitive to oats even if fermented I like to make myself a plate of risotto on oatmeal days!) and eggs in some form (Jon, Sheldon, and Vanellope prefer them fried over easy, Anne will only eat them scrambled with ketchup or hard-boiled, and I like either a cheese omelette or just the whites fried in butter, yum!). We'll usually have something a little fancier for Shabbat, like a paleo apple crisp, sourdough crepes or waffles (prepared ahead), or some kind of muffins or quick bread.
Lunches: I used to try making a soup or stew every day for lunch but then only the kids and I were getting the health benefits of bone both. Especially now that Sheldon works full time I decided to serve broth with suppers instead so we all get to enjoy it, though it does still find it's way into us ladies diets throughout the day (I love keeping a crock pot of purpetual broth going! It's always ready when I need it!) We like to use lunch as our tea time a lot. We'll put on some classical music (from whichever composer we happen to be studying at the time), break out the fancy tea set, and enjoy dainty sandwhiches and treats with our tea. The girls love it and surprisingly it's one of the things Sheldon misses about being home during the day! He says it's the genetic influence of his English great-grandmother ;). Also, since the girls and I love rice as much as the guys hate it, we use their absence to indulge ourselves with it. We love japanese food (and right now I'm really digging middle eastern cuisine!) so I make that a lot too.