This post is sponsored by Fishpeople. All opinions are my own.
Fishpeople provides not just quick seafood meals in a variety of sauces and chowder, but a healthy affordable and sustainable meal. Each individual pouch has a tracking number on it. You can connect your meal back to it's source. Fishpeople has a genuine relationship with the fishing communities from which they source sustainable seafood.
Fishpeople has a great assortment of chowders and seafood sauces: Alder Smoked Wild Salmon Chowder, Albacorn Tuna Thai Coconut Lemograss Entree and Dugeness Crab Bisque to name a few. You can eat them on their own with a little bread or put them over noodles, rice or a bunch of steamed vegetables. All of these entrees are gluten-free too.
I really enjoyed their Wild Salmon and Chardonnay Reduction Sauce Entree one evening when I found myself dining alone. I heated the BPA free pouch in the microwave for a minute then poured it over a plate of microwave brown rice, a little side salad and a glass of Chardonnay... I had a healthy, low calorie, delicious meal without any real effort.
I also felt really good knowing that I was supporting a company that promotes US jobs and is concerned about protecting ocean habitats. Because the pouches can be heated in boiling water. I look forward to bringing them along when we go camping.
Weekly Menu Plan:
Meatless Monday: Re-fried Bean Tacos, Guacamole, Sour Cream, and Cilantro Rice.
Tuesday: Kielbasa with Fried Pierogis and Sauerkraut
Wednesday: Stir-Fry with leftover vegetables and Trader Joe's Frozen Seafood Blend over Brown Rice
Thursday: Paste with Garlic and Olive Oil and a Tomato Salad with Red Onions
Friday: Leftover Adults going to Cocktail Party
Saturday: Hot Dogs, Baked Beans and Roasted Potatoes