Meal Plan; 2 – 6 August

Well shit! I cannot believe that we are back talking about masks, social distancing, and even taunting restrictions. The delta variant is circling the Globe, causing panic amongst Government officials. We can only thank some butthead scientists who conceived the T-virus in a lab somewhere in the dark basement of the Wuhan lab.

I’m amazed how people cannot or understand that it is not a vaccine we are taking, but merely a therapeutic drug alleviating our fears. Nobody ever said that it would eradicate the damn virus, and it is fairly obvious when the “vaccines” only protect 70-95% after full treatment.

It is even more concerning that scientists could not predict that a virus will mutate. Damn it! Even the flu is mutating and the annual flu-jab jus gets more and more potent in order to address a new variant of the flu strain.

I’m not an anti-vaxx dude. I hate injecting toxins into my body, but accept I have to get it due to my work – just like the flu “vaccine.

That does not mean I want to inject a mutating and dangerous cocktail into the body of my kid, without knowing the longterm impacts.

During a recent Twitter stroll, I noticed a worrying trend where people get multiple COVID shots and from various brands; mixing and matching these toxins, hoping they will be even more immune to any infection.

The bloody COVID strains are real, they cause significant health concerns to a very small percentage, and just like the flu, we will all get sick from COVID at some point. Sorry to break the news to you!

My kids will not get the fecking injections. While some people might think the “vaccine” is safe, it is still too early to make our kids glow in the dark and we do not know the long-term side effects of this experimental “vaccine”.

What I find rather concerning is also that people are not allowed to have opinions about the virus and “vaccine” without being personally attacked. What happened to a common and civil conversation on a topic? We don’t have to agree on everything, and it is time that we respect other views. Listen to different perspectives, and accept that not everything is kumbaya.

Differnt opinions does not equate to tinfoil hats and conspiracy theories!

Now, back to normal broadcasting and conversations about food. Food is something we all can agree on, mostly, unless you are a hardcore vegan and believe that cow farts are destroying the world.

Birthday week for our champion

As mentioned last week, we celebrate our kids for an entire week, something positive that was born last year when we had the first COVID lockdowns. Weeklong birthday is actually amazing and makes the kids enjoy life again and smile more. We will maintain that tradition even when the awful pandemic subsides.

Imagine visiting the Wild West, eating cakes, watching our favorite movies, and then ending the week with a visit to the newly opened Legoland New York? Well, that is exactly what we did for our son, and the girls of course, and they had a blast.

Italian themed dishes, with some Irish intervention

Fast food might appeal to you, but we thoroughly dislike it. Yet, we buy it when we visit theme parks but regret it instantly.

During the birthday week, and while visiting both Legoland and Wild West City, we encountered a fast food culinary challenge. It was not the food the cowboys made while wrangling cattle and preparing for a gunfight.

While fast food is appealing, it offers absolutely no joy or pleasure. It is full of flavor substitues, shitty ingredients, no nutrition, and makes you bloated instead of full. But, when visiting theme parks, you don’t go for a culinary experience and have to suffer.

This week I continue with Italian-themed food. Why not? They are crowd-pleasers and offer a bunch of awesome flavors.

It helps us clear our bodies of the strange food we ate during the week. Pasta, shrimp, chicken, and homemade food cures everything.

Everything is made from scratch, using locally grown vegetables and meat from the farm-raised (pasteurized) cow we bought last month. The flavors are amazing and the dish is very filling.

Another week of preparing meals for the week while listening to cool music from @theavettbrothers @taylormccallmusic @whiskeymyers Volbeat on the awesome @demerbox and rocking my Traeger Grill … who said cooking couldn’t be fun!

Fire up the Traeger. Ready your Dutch oven. Go shopping, and let’s start cooking—another Sunday in the Kitchen with music on the magical Demerbox and wonderful aromas filling the room.

WeekdaySnacks n’ BreakfastsLunchDinner
MondayFruit CupsSliders; roast beef, sauerkraut, mustard, tomato, and cheeseCajun Chicken Pasta
TuesdayRice chipsDumplingsTraeger deep-pan Pizza
WednesdayFruitsSliders; chicken, BBQ, avocado, and cheeseShrimp with Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce
ThursdayLeft-over deep-pan pizzaGrilled Shepherd’s Pie
FridayCesar salad with chickenBBQ Feast

One day, I might get so organized that I will link the meals below to my recipes. We can only live in hope!

Have a fantastic week, my friends. I hope you enjoy these meal plans. It is so much easier to make food in advance, although you need to invest several hours during the weekend to prepare the meals.

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