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    Default Meal plans for this week

    My week looks like this:

    Tonight - roast chicken & veggies
    Mon - grilled fish & salad
    Tue - steak & veg
    Wed- lentil spaghetti (regular spaghetti bolognaise for DH & DD)
    Thurs - chicken & veg pot pies
    Fri - butter chicken curry
    Sat - homemade pizza

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    My DH is allergic to chicken, so this week we're having:
    Mon: dinner at the inlaws
    Tues: prawn fried rie
    Wed: gnocchi bologna isle bake (ha spell check won't let me change!)
    Thur: fish wraps home made chips
    Fri: lamb meatballs, yoghurt dip, home made hummus n Greek salad
    Sat: probably out or making ppizzas
    Sunday roast lamb!

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    Default Re: Meal plans for this week

    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Sorry to bump in but i notice lots of u guys have some sort of meat (whether it be chicken, fish, beef etc) every night of the week.
    Just wondering if everyone is like this?
    We probably only do this maybe 3 times a week. The other nights we have soups, pasta, veggie or maybe egg based meals. Veggie curry, quiches, tomato or cheese pasta, various veggie based soups.
    No reason we do (other than I don't eat beef or lamb) just find I crave veggies and get sick of chicken or pork etc every night.
    We generally eat meatless meals two or three times a week, but this week I bought a large cut of meat (silverside) and a kg of chicken tenderloins, plus I had mince that needed to be used in the freezer. I get what you mean though....I am so sick of corned beef!

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Like OP I plan meals for the week but its flexible what night we have what meal. The only thing is if I work an evening shift I will cook something in the morning so DP jut had to heat it for DS and himself.

    Roast chicken and veg with seamed greens (tonight)
    Chicken curry and veg curry with rice
    Steak, veg and mash
    Lasagna (prob be Wednesday for my evening shift)
    Tuna bake with veg
    Spinach and three cheese pie.

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Guess i just got lucky with my hubby. He is not fussy AT ALL. I do all the cooking and he is genuinely happy to eat whatever I dish up. I do most of my cooking based on my cravings lol and I can't think of one time in 2 yrs of marriage he's ever even requested a dish or made a complaint. He eats what he's given and I have no reason to believe he doesn't like it.

    He likes beef and lamb and I've never cooked it (he eats it when we get take away or he goes to his parents).

    Sounds like rubbish I know, not the usual meat loving fussy man but I swear it's true. I on the other hand am utterly fussy and would be a nightmare to cook for. NOBODY would cope. I've been cooking most of my own meals since I was a kid, and when mum cooked she had me watching her like a hawk giving directions. Poor mum lol.

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    Default Re: Meal plans for this week

    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Sorry to bump in but i notice lots of u guys have some sort of meat (whether it be chicken, fish, beef etc) every night of the week.
    Just wondering if everyone is like this?
    We probably only do this maybe 3 times a week. The other nights we have soups, pasta, veggie or maybe egg based meals. Veggie curry, quiches, tomato or cheese pasta, various veggie based soups.
    No reason we do (other than I don't eat beef or lamb) just find I crave veggies and get sick of chicken or pork etc every night.
    I noticed that too about myself. I often do meals that the meat portion is only 15% of the overall meal. And have meat free weeks some times.

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