Ready To Go Meals for December 5th

Order your meals through The Frenchman’s Corner. Fish meals must be ordered by 2 PM Wednesday, and all other meals must be ordered by 5 PM Thursday. Meal pick up is at The Frenchman’s Corner, from 6-8 PM on Friday evening.

Beef and spinach frittata, served with baked sweet potato. 100% Grass-fed beef from Pannill’s Gate Farm baked with Spinach into a golden brown egg frittata. Served with baked sweet potato in the jacket. This meal is perfect for a healthy boost of  B12 and Omega fatty acids during the holidays to help maintain energy during this rushed and hurried season. It’s high in protein and fiber to help stave off hunger, and loaded with healthy, cancer-fighting CLA, which also helps maintain lean muscle!

Herb & garlic stuffed halibut, with Morroccan zucchini. Fresh Halibut from The Frenchman’s Corner, stuffed with herbs and fresh garlic from Roundabout Farm. Served with yellow and green zuchinni, spiced with Moroccan style herbs. This low-fat, lowflavorful entree is high in protein, fiber, and cholesterol stabalizing nutrients.

Vegetarian: B-b-q lentil bake, with roasted red onions stuffed with honeyed greens. Lentils cooked in homemade vegetable broth, mixed with onions and whole grains and zesty Urban Accents Creolo spices and baked. Served with olive oil and black sea salt rubbed red onions, caramelized slowly. Onions are stuffed with kale seasoned with local honey and garlic from Roundabout Farm. This does contain eggs, so is lacto-ovum vegetarian. Lentils are a complete protein, and high in fiber! Kale is rich in antioxidants and vitamins to help maintain your immune system during the flu season. This option is especially good for those watching their cholesterol!

Greek chicken and vegetable kabobs, served with lemon scented brown rice.  Cubes of chicken are marinaded in yogurt, lemon juice, smoked paprika, cilantro, and other spices, then skewered with vegetables marinaded in olive oil and spices. Served with brown rice cooked in broth and scented with lemon zest. Yogurt contains probiotics that help maintain healthy levels of needed bacteria, which is especially important during the holidays to counterbalance the effects of sugar on the digestive system. Fresh vegetables provide antioxidants and vitamins to boost your immune system, as well as helping maintain glowing skin and healthy hair and nails.


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