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Feb 1, 2013

February Food Calendar!

Yeah, it's February, my favorite winter month of the year!
I really do enjoy February for many reasons. First, when I was young it was usually the best month to go snowboarding. Now I love it because there are many family birthdays, which means lots of cake (I LOVE cake). Also February is the month of love which means cutesie crafts and cookie baking that I get to do with my kiddos! But before we get into all that here's my families food calendar for the month. Enjoy!

February Food Calendar

Sweet n Sour Pork is our new family favorite. 
 For a list of my 20 favorite afternoon snack ideas check out "Snack Attack"

For a satisfying and nutritional meal plan for the Paleo Diet check out NOM NOM Paleo
where I find a lot of my recipes.

Also I pulled many of my recipes from my favorite cookbook The Cooking Light Gluten-Free Cookbook
When cooking Gluten-Free watch out for a lot of extra starchy foods and remember sugar is still sugar and even if its non-wheat flour that doesn't mean its healthy for you carbs are still carbs.

Happy Dinner Time with your Family

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