I wanted to know if there was a good website to plan out a week's worth of meals. We usually do our grocery shopping on the weekend, so it'd be really nice to go in with a plan rather than aimlessly buy food.
I've checked out www.thefoodee.co, but the interface isn't as user friendly as I'd like it.
I don't know of any sites that plan out you shopping for you, but there are loads of helpful sites to go recipe hunting. I LOVE hunting recipes here are some of my fave sites/blogs for recipes:
http://www.primal-palate.com/ - this one to me is like food porn :) I've made dozens of these recipes and they all turn out amazing!!
http://www.janssushibar.com/ - just found this one and am making one of jan's recipes tonight!
I have Sissons cookbook and it's great - if you sign up on his website (marks daily apple) you can download the reader submitted cookbook for free and it has some great recipes too
Have fun and buy a binder to put all your new recipes in!!!
This may seem an unusual choice, but check out Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." Julia never met a hunk of butter, cream or meat she didn't like. Lots of Paleo-compatible recipies.
Well, this site is not exactly Paleo (although I find it funny to say this since the guy hunts down a lot of his food), but I thought I'd add it here because it's such a great resource for lots of things (caught a salmon fishing and it has eggs in it? Want to know how to preserve the roe? come here) that aren't available at other sites. Also I have super respect for the author because he is as his blog is named a Hunter Angler Gardner Cook. If you skip over the grain stuff and whatnot, there's a lot of technique to be learned here when it comes to wild game, cured and cooked meats and such.
I am a big fan of Sisson's blog: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/
And his two cookbooks are FULL of awesome recipes:
I've made many of these recipes and so far, not a bum in the bunch.
I did a post a while ago for a sample "meals for the week." My hope was to provide people with a framework so that they could then plan future weeks of theirs in a somewhat similar fashion.
I know there was also a posting on Robb Wolf's site a while ago about preparing for the week...
Check out paleoplan.com. For $10/month they send you a shopping list and meal plan for the week. Be careful though, some of the items can be paleo-controversial, so it depends on how comfortable you are with eating those things. All of the recipes on there are free, though. I used it for the first month that I went paleo, just to keep me on track, but since then I've developed a few staple meals that I cook every week.
Also check out everydaypaleo.com. Great yummy recipes and she has a cookbook coming out within a month. From a lot of these blogs, you can find other paleo links... it's endless.
Lovin all these suggestions! I am also a big fan of everydaypaleo.com and looking forward to her cookbook which comes out any minute now (check it out here) but another current favorite is: http://paleoperfectly.blogspot.com/
The nourishing traditions cookbook has a lot of paleo friendly recipes. I reference it frequently. I also like my standard joy of cooking. I just stay in the meat, eggs, and veggies section and sub animal or coconut fat any time a recipe calls for oil.
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