Meal Plan Feb 12 | Cook With Me | Recipe Links | WW Freestyle

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How to break down a beef tenderloin video link;

Southern Whiskey Peppercorn video link;

Southern Whiskey Peppercorn Marinade recipe;
-2 tablespoons whiskey
-2 tablespoons soy sauce
-1 tablespoon canola oil
-1 teaspoon Tabasco Sauce
-1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
-2 cloves garlic.minced
-2 tablespoons brown sugar
-1/2 teaspoon crushed black peppercorn
Pour marinade in ziplock bag with the beef chunks, refrigerate overnight. Skewer meat and grill.

Parmesan Spinach Orzo recipe link

Strawberry Spinach Salad recipe; Serves 8/7 Smart Points Freestyle
-16 ounce baby spinach
-1 pound Strawberries
-6 ounce fresh blueberries
-2 cups fresh pineapple, cut into tidbits
-4 ounce blue cheese broken into pieces
-48 ounce grilled chicken breast cut into strips

Poppyseed Dressing;
-1 clove garlic very finely minced
-2 tablespoons Dijon Mustard
-2 tablespoons honey
-2 tablespoons brown sugar
-6 tablespoons vinegar
-6 tablespoons oil
-1 teaspoon salt
-1/2 teaspoon black pepper
-1 tablespoon poppy seeds
-1 shallot minced
Mix all dressing ingredients in a jar.

Mississippi Roast recipe link

Garlic Butter for Garlic Bread recipe link

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43 Comments on Meal Plan Feb 12 | Cook With Me | Recipe Links | WW Freestyle

  1. Thanks so much for sharing!!! Loved your meals! I’m on Freestyle! Thanks for all the great ideas for meals! Did you end up liking the Marsala sauce from Trader Joe’s? I’ve been wanting to purchase it.

    • Donna the boys and Ken loved it…..I think I had a mental l*k! because I use the red curry sauce with the low fat coconut milk all the time to make a quick chicken curry……so every bite I think unconsciously I expected that flavor and got Tikka Masala….it was a mind trip. I think I @%#@ stick to their red curry sauce….LOL Shelby

  2. How can you show meal before the day even happens because Valentine day hasn’t even happen and you showed the food. Doesn’t rice and pasta get mushy making it early. I guess am just &@?&sd&? love you recipe. I habe been using them to help with my journey in weight lose.

    • hahahaha you got me JoAnn….I film the meals from the week before. I like to show you &$&? what the food looks like or do a %!#$ with me video clip. We had our Winter Carnival this weekend and had Brooks BBQ for the ?@*?#&!%r$ and are also going to sneak away on Valentine’s Day there for lunch. (So I get to eat there twice yum yum)They are so awesome to donate the proceeds to our animal shelter., I like supporting that kind of thing. Hope you have a great week Shelby

    • TheQueensCabinet LOL sneaky!!! I love how you show the meal idea on paper and then cut right to either the finished product or the cooking process. This is really well thought out and convenient. Honestly, I don’t care what week you’re showing, I just want to see what you’re serving!!!

    • hahahaha I try and be #!$@&#* of fixing something the week before if there is a holiday so when I post it is in “real time”. This time we are actually going to Brooks BBQ on Valentines $#* #$$% their chicken is sooo good. SHelby

    • JoAnn Alexander I was so &%@$&?# during the superbowl week %# well! I was like how is she having the leftover salsa when the game hasn’t even happened yet!!

  3. As always, my favorite video of the week! Kudos to Ken for grilling in this cold weather!! He’s a champ! Everything looks delicious!!

  4. Awwww!!! YAY!!! I love you even more after hearing you talk about those proceeds going to the Animal Shelter!! =0) I’m definitely going to try several of those meals. They look so good, thanks for sharing!!!!

    • I love things like that. I have been doing the Declutter 100 things challenge, I thought my house was pretty well decluttered….you are going $$ &!? at some of the random things I found. All I could think is WHY do I have this LOL Anyways, one of the items is a large dog bed to donate to the shelter, it is like brand new. We found a larger one that fits our dog better. It feels good to let things go…..Hugs Shelby

    • Aww, there’s gonna be some happy doggies at the shelter! Oh, I know just what you mean…why do we keep some of the things we do?!? LOL!! It does feel good #? @& through it and get rid of things. Have a &%dru@#$ evening, looking forward to your next video!

  5. &% Shelby, Another week of delicious meals. We do think alike, Sunday I also made the Mississippi roast, homemade mashed, and haricot vert !t! served mine with warm brioche rolls. Always a crowd pleaser. This time I thickened the gravy slightly with a bit of cornstarch. So happy there’s leftovers. I was thinking about making some oven-baked taquitos with the leftover roast and the thin corn tortillas. Spray them lightly with cooking spray and bake. They get nice and crunchy too. I’m off to check out the orzo recipe. That looked delicious. TFS!!

    • We had guests all weekend for the Winter Carnival and the Mississippi roast was so easy to make and a big hit with everyone. The taquitos are a great idea for the leftovers! The orzo recipe is yummy, I should really make it more often. Hugs Shelby

    • The original recipe calls for chuck roast, &&% I like using the eye of the round. It sounds like a weird recipe %?$ it is soooo good. Shelby

    • It does sound like a weird combination of ingredients, ?@! I finally made it in the Instant Pot and it was delish!!

  6. Ken lost his marbles cooking in 10 degrees Were trying to survive with no heat $$@%&?#? @ 28 degrees!! 😂Love the fish taco idea I’m always trying to find things low fat for Kevin and high protein for me Hee Hee 😜 Thx that’s a wonderful week layout!! I break down and make mashed potatoes for Kevin in the summer he has to have his potassium although he only gets them about 2 times a month..There’s other food like Bananas he can have LOL 😂 IM REALLY PROUD OF YOU TO SIT AND LET THEM EAT THE REST OF WHAT YOUR NOT GOING TO EAT ANYMORE!! That’s the first step to excepting this as a lifestyle not a diet!!So Proud of you your really sticking to your guns! Take care SheyPS IM STARVING HERE!! HEE HEE!! 🤪🤪🤪

  7. oHH Shelby, the spinach and strawberry salad with blu cheese….whaaaaaat…Yum ! That looks delicious !!! I just finished up the last of the pinto beans in a breakfast burrito this morning, Now I have the fish tacos on my brain…lol I decided I don’t need to do a meal plan, I’ll just watch your channel and use it too…lol Hope you have a great day !

    • Diane it is an *s%t!%*@%*!&$& And they are so awesome to donate their proceeds to the animal shelter from the Winter Carnival. What a great business, Shelby

  8. Gorgeous food @! always 😋 Love Ken’s dedication out there in the freezing cold ☺️ have a fantastic week Shelby 💕

  9. Make “Brunswick Stew” one night. Trisha yearwoods recipe is the best!

    The consistency is strange for some people @*? it’s a southern favorite and I’m sure you’d love it if you tried.

  10. We grill all year long && well….Kudos Ken……Girl you make healthy food look like it came from a professional Cheif your rocking this

  11. How did the simmer sauce turn out? I’m heading to Trader Joe’s next week! Were those two different !&d$* because when you poured them out they looked different colors?

  12. Turn your lime in your squeezer the other way, so I have been told. I know, I know, I have been doing it like you all these years *? well. %!& Chef Ann, said we were doing it wrong, LOL

  13. Here’s the recipe for Brunswick Stew 1 pound Boston $&## pork roast1 pound fresh chicken or hen, bone in1 pound boneless beef chuck roast1 pound red potatoes, peeled and quartered2 1/2 teaspoons ground black pepper1/8 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper1 small sweet onion, such as Vidalia, chopped6 cups canned whole peeled tomatoes3/4 cup ketchup2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce2 1/2 teaspoons salt 32 ounces (4 cups) cream-style white corn
    Place the pork and chicken in a 1 1/2 gallon stock pot with enough water to cover. Cook at a medium simmer for 2 hours, or until the meat is very tender, skimming occasionally. Remove the meat to a bowl and reserve the stock. Meanwhile, in a separate large stockpot, do the same to the beef. Remove the beef and discard the broth. Place the potatoes in a medium saucepan, cover with water and simmer until tender. Remove and discard the bones and skin from all of the cooked meat, pull apart or cut into chunks and process in a food processor or meat grinder until ground. Put 2 pints of the reserved pork and chicken stock into a 1 1/2 gallon stock pot, reserve the rest for another use. Add the ground meats to the stock. Dissolve the black pepper and the cayenne pepper in 1 tablespoon water, and add to the stew. Add to the onion and tomato to the food processor, process well and add it to the meat mixture with the ketchup and Worcestershire sauce. Process in the food processor the cooked potatoes, then add to the stew, stirring until any lumps are removed. Stir in the salt. At this point, the stew should be soupy not watery. If the stew is too thick to stir easily with a flat spatula or pancake turner, thin it slightly with more reserved pork and chicken stock. Cook for 30 minutes, stirring constantly. Puree and add the corn, then continue to cook the stew over very low heat for 1 hour, stirring often and scraping the bottom of the stock pot with a flat spatula or pancake turner to avoid scorching.

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