getting hungry just thinking about it!
We moved the Yankee Pot Roast over to the paleo section this week, so if it is one of your favorites, please scroll down so you don't miss it.
In honor of Mardi Gras: a little Cajun fun. Shrimp swimming in a flavorful sauce filled with creole kick. Served with rice to soak up all the deliciousness. *
Unusual but delicious combination of green olives, prunes and capers
roasted with bone-in chicken. Served with roasted red potatoes. *Paleo without the potatoes *
Prosciutto, garlic, white wine and San Marzano tomatoes make this a family favorite. You'll be speaking with an Italian accent after you have this for dinner. Mangia!
Slightly spiced version of teriyaki salmon. Sweet, salty and spicy notes make this a family favorite.
Beef, turkey and Italian sausage work so happily alongside herb and spices in this hearty and delicious meatloaf. Comes with a side of tangy marinara.
Yankee Pot Roast
Traditional beef pot roast with carrots, root vegetables and a rich gravy. Just like Mom used to make. Yes, its the same delicious pot roast we always serve, just moving it to the paleo section for a change.
Squash for the starch listed, or you can add squash to any order
for $2 per serving.
Soups and Salads:
Taco style ground turkey
- Bean and cheese (V)
Beef and cheese
- Chicken, green chile and cheese
- Sweet potato and black bean (V)
Roasted veggie and rice (V)
- Sausage, Egg, Potato and Cheddar
- Bacon, Egg, Potato and Cheddar
A family-sized portion of freshly washed and cut veggies (red, yellow and orange bell peppers, broccoli, carrots, jicama, and celery) come in 2 large reusable containers. We have found that having this colorful, ready-to-eat snack at eye-level in the fridge makes veggies an easy choice when looking for something to munch on. Veggies are $25 and last all week.