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This week has been productive and delicious, recipe-wise; standouts were cauliflower nachos (which I overcooked past ‘nacho’ and more towards ‘casserole’, but because they were so tasty and simple, I ended up making them again for brunch on a lark). The zoodles with meat sauce were also incredibly delicious, and really hit the spot.

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Honestly, there were no duds this week, meal-wise – except maybe the cauliflower mac and cheese, which I didn’t do great on, and we ended up ordering out for Pizza Day because I was too drained to cook.

On Sunday, which is when we usually end up cleaning, sister and I cleaned out the fridge mostly by accident – it was really empty, and the shelves were messy, and somehow we ended up pulling out all the drawers and shelves and giving them a good scrub. Having a clean fridge was super inspiring.

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Here’s the menu for the upcoming week; I’m worried it may be a little ambitious, and I’m feeling a bit down lately, but the recipes are, for the most part, pretty simple.

Grocery List below the cut!

Vegetables
– Red Onion (x2)
– Broccoli (x2)
– Zucchini (x6)
– Cabbage Slaw Mix (x4)
– Fresh Dill (x1)
– Green Onions (x3)
– Cilantro (x2)
– Mint (x2)
– Lime (x1)
– Bean Sprouts (if can find; enough to scatter over a pizza)
– Spinach

Meats
– Ground Beef (x1 lb)
– Bacon (x3 Packages)
– Bonless Skinless Chicken Breasts (x1 package of six)
– Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs (x1 package)
– Chicken Wings (x3 lbs)

Dairy
– Small thing plain Greek Yogurt (needs 1/3 cup total, so maybe an individual size serving?)
– Eggs (x2 18 packs)
– Shredded Cheddar (x2 8 oz packages)
– Shredded Parm (x2 8 oz packages)
– Shredded Asiago (x2 oz; if can’t find, skip, we can sub Parm)
– Cream Cheese (x1)
– Mascarpone Cheese (x1 – just get cream cheese if cannot find)
– Cream (x2 containers)

Other
– Dill Pickles
– Dijon Mustard
– Pickled Jalapeno Slices
– Mayonaise (lowest carb you can find, larger sized container, not smaller)
– Baking Powder
– Dried onion flakes
– Old Bay seasoning

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