Moroccan Lamb Shank With Raisins Almonds A Honey Gluten Free Nut Free Persian Spiced Lamb Shanks
More and more weddings are choosing to give their guests a choice of two entrees by selecting their meal in their RSVP card. Is this a good idea? Absolutely it is but you need to know the following before going this route: the most important thing is the reply card. If you are sending an invitation to a family of 2 or more then you MUST have a line for each guest to fill out their name and what they would like to eat. This way you can make a spreadsheet with each guest s name and their order when you present it to the Manager at the venue. The last thing you want is a reply card with 3 chicken and 2 fish and not knowing who is having what. It makes it very difficult on the Chef and wait staff the night of the wedding and you can run into some embarrassing situations. Here is where you organizational skills come into play.
So long as you are reasonably careful about what you add in for your sides you should not have any trouble reaching your daily caloric goals. Also it might help to remember that the folks at Nutrisystem want you to succeed. If you didn t then you wouldn t keep buying the food. Their whole goal is to make this diet simple so that you don t have to worry about keeping track of what you are taking in. Essentially it is designed so that you can chose any of the entrées and be well within compliance. It s in their best interest to keep this diet easy and I think they do a pretty good job of that. CHICKEN FRANCAISE 3 lbs. of chicken cutlets 1 large can of mushrooms 3 cups of chicken broth 1 cup of white wine 1 jar of sweet fried peppers with onions 2 beaten eggs 1 cup of Italian seasoned bread crumbs and oil.
Some have even told me that they want to make sure that consuming these meals doesn t affect their overall results. To address these concerns I ll look at some nutritional information for some of these chef s table entrées. Since the biggest concern seems to be about the calories and protein I ll then take the averages of both to give you a better idea of what you d be taking in if were to consume these meals on a regular basis. It may make you feel better to know that the chef s table meals are in line with the other meals on all plans including the core or the select lines. All of the meals are pretty low in calories and pretty high in protein. For example the steak tagliata has 260 calories 22 grams of protein 2 grams of fibers and 18 of carbohydrates.