I don't know that we ever do a meal that is entirely organic...too expensive. Generally I will buy 2-3 things of vegetables and make a bunch of combinations with them throughout the week. On Tuesday we had a pasta with cream sauce that had baby portobello mushrooms, garlic and bell pepper in it.
sautee the garlic in olive oil. When it starts to brown add the mushrooms and peppers. sautee the entire mix until the vegetables are tender. add cream cheese (sorry, I don't measure it...you can use low fat or non fat) and then add milk until the sauce is the desired consistancy. Season with salt, pepper, tarragon, and a little nutmeg....serve over pasta with a crusty multigrain bread on the side.
Wednesday, I switched the garlic for onion, and sauteed the onion until softened. Then I added the sliced mushrooms and bell peppers. I cooked the veggies until they were tender then I added some chilli powder, paprika, salt and pepper (you could use any kind of fajita spices (we steer clear of anything with msg though)) We steamed some corn tortillas, and had fajitas. (I also made guacamole, and had refried beans on the side).
Also, sometimes we just have sandwiches. We'll get a good crusty bread, make sure to have some kind of spread on hand. Sometimes I'll use humus, or if we have left over guacamole. Plus we do honey mustard, and some kind of good cheese. Then we load our sandwiches up with any veggies we have on hand. Usually we have baby spinach, and tomatoes, and depending on the week we might have cucumbers, peppers, mushrooms (sometimes I sautee mushrooms with onion before putting them on a sandwich).
I don't know if you could tell, but we're a vegetarian family. I hope that this helps some though. Good luck on your quest for organic meals. Like I said, we don't do all organic. Even if you don't use my recipes, maybe they'll help give you ideas of things that would work for your family.