Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Meal Plan 37

I know this post is a week late, but time got away from me just taking care of life. A very unpleasant virus made its way through our house--not fun! And then I focussed on planning Aly's 9th birthday celebration. Dave took the opportunity to teach Josh a valuable lesson: the King girls like to celebrate our birthdays for a whole week. Aly kept that tradition up with great enthusiasm! And although there was a lot of PAY-LEE-NO food being consumed by the kids, I focused on keeping our family party mainly paleo with pulled pork, cole slaw, fruit and veggie sides, and a tray of yummy paleo treats.

This week's meal plan is a good one. Check out the pulled turkey sandwich. It tastes as good as it looks! The meatza is a yummy twist on a traditionally Italian-flavored dish. The chicken thigh are a delicious way to prepare one of my favorite parts of the chicken. And the pot roast has a wonderful flavor profile--another great slow-cooker recipe. I also have to mention the pork tenderloin or "pig wrapped in pig," as I named it to entice my children to eat it. Its a yummy package of pork and veggie goodness. I hope you enjoy these meals!

Thanks to all of you who have signed up for the emails, liked Paleo Table on Facebook, and left great comments. I love hearing your feedback and requests!

Good luck to everyone in the CrossFit Open 12.4 workout this week. Last week's workout was not good to me so I hope this week will be better. I want to give a special shout out to my brother-in-law, Greg Major from Bulldog CrossFit. He is currently ranked 14th in the Masters 55-59 category. I am so proud of him and am already planning my trip to California to see him compete. Keep up the great work, Greg!

Shopping List for This Meal Plan

BBQ Pulled Turkey Sandwiches

Mexican-Style Meatza

Pork Tenderloin Wrapped in Prosciutto

Chicken Thighs and Collard Greens in Spiced Coconut Milk

Crock Pot Balsamic Roast with Sweet Onions and Cauliflower Puree


  1. I'm always glad when I check in here! The consumers of your suppers are lucky folk.

    1. Thanks, FATISFIED (your name just cracks me up)! Alex and Dave definitely appreciate my cooking. My kids, not so much. Maybe some day...thanks for leaving the nice comments! Love it!