I'll second the ideas of
1. a slow cooker---just dump a bunch of stuff in the pot in the morning before you leave for work and when you get home you just dish it up. A stew with any kind of beef or venison or other red meat is easy. Add just a tiny bit of water and it'll make its own really tasty gravy. Cut into large chunks: onions, carrots, celery. A little salt and rosemary and garlic and you're good to go!
2. cookbooks from the library. I checked out a dozen or so Indonesian, African and Indian cookbooks from the library and copied down many, many recipes. I just make them without peppers, and most of the other ingredients we could eat just fine. Some of these recipes have become favorites for us. Most of them are "curry"-like, but not spicy, which as an A I can't do.
The only kind of salad dressing we eat is 2 parts olive oil to 1 part fresh lime juice. We haven't gotten tired of it yet.