Meal-Plan Problems Solved!
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I just flew to Alaska, and boy are my arms tired.

I am in the midst of a five-day trip to Juneau where I am participating in a food-blogger conference, and in case you think this is another ho-hum, day-in-the-life of a food blogger, let me assure you, it is not. It’s my second time to Alaska, both times for work, and I have to say that if your work takes you to Alaska for any reason, you have made a wise career choice.

So, while I am not cooking at this particular moment, I did make the guys food for the time I am away (once again, partly because I love them, and partly because I am such a natural-born-bordering-on-obsessive feeder that I cannot just pack up and say “See ya, and good luck!” That and I don’t want to come home to a monster Seamless food-order bill.)

This is what my family will be eating this week, many of them top favorites (not necessarily all that seasonal, but whatevs)
and I’m going to assume because my older son, Jack, is home from school that there is a strong possibility that his friends Max, Ben, and Nic will be there at some point, and god forbid I run out of food.
The simple flavors of lemon and oregano turn ordinary chicken thighs into a perfect weeknight dinner. I’m also leaving them a container of cooked orzo and the making's for a Greek salad.
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If Jack could only have one meal for the rest of his life, this would be the one.

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I’m trying to add a non-meat thing to this week’s meal rotation . . . and Gary loves nothing more than a stir-fry with noodles, so here’s the pick.
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This is so unseasonal it’s stupid—but really comfort food knows no season and it’s one of my family’s top-five favorite meals ever. I hope they can pull it together to make a salad.

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I will be shocked if they get this far in the week without ordering a pizza, but at least this dish will be in the fridge for a quick snack or lunch. 

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