We also do eat non-starchy vegetables and salads. In fact, I have quite a large vegetable garden on the side of the house, and am looking forward to the copious quantities of lettuce and kale I will be harvesting before long.
However, if you're looking for family-friendly inspiration from the web, there are two websites you should check out. Both of them have extensive low-carb resources in addition to their recipe sections:
Everyday Paleo: written by a busy trainer and mother of three who can usually be found in the kitchen creating family friendly paleo meals.
Low Carber: A self-described sugar free zone with the cute subtitle "I've got friends in low-carb places", this is a comprehensive resource site for all things Atkins.
This site is linked to an active recipe forum which is certainly worth checking out. While you're there, take a look at this recipe for "You won't believe it's cauliflower pizza", which, in spite of my own skepticism, appears to be well worth trying.If you have any must-see sites to recommend, please leave a comment below. Or feel free to share your recipes!