Weekly Menu || Vol.006

I almost didn’t make it today with my list.  I was distracted all of yesterday and plain busy today with unexpected errands.  But I needed to make a list, even if I can’t make it to the store for shopping tonight like I usually do, because if I didn’t, it would make tomorrow that more exhausting.

MON:  Calzones with a green salad

TUES:  Veggie tacos with Tex-mex salad and rice

WED:  Maple glazed carrots, lentils w/potatoes, stuffing

THURS: Vegetable stew with toasted bread (The temps will finally drop a little!)

FRI:  Twice baked potatoes with chili

SAT: Mushroom risotto (dairy free) with vegetables

SUN: Meatless meatball subs with olives and green beans

Weekly Menu || Vol.005

Whaaat?  I can’t believe this will be two weeks in a row that I’m posting our weekly menu.  I’ll have to pat myself on the back for hitting a goal.  Or at least progressing in my goal.

The theme of this week is the same as last week.  Simplicity. 

MON: Vegetarian Chili with Cornbread

TUES:  Fettuccine with Avocado Sauce and Salad

WED: Tortilla Soup and Rice (From Bridget’s menu)

THURS: Pizza Night!

FRI:  Pancakes or some sort of breakfast food.

SAT:  Vegan Sloppy Joe’s and vegetables (I didn’t make this last week like I planned so I’m moving it forward to this week.)

SUN: Potato Soup with Grilled Sandwiches

After typing this out it appears that I’m in a soup mood. Ha! It’ll still taste good.  Just wish it was colder outside to enjoy it more.  71 degrees! In December! Some would love it but after a boiling summer, I’m ready winter.



Weekly Menu || Vol.004

                                          [photo: simon wheeler from cookbook, River Cottage Veg]
                                         [photo: simon wheeler from cookbook, River Cottage Veg]

It has been a very long time since I last wrote a weekly menu.  I make one every week for our family, leaving me with little excuse for not posting it here like I’ve wanted.  Writing it here gives me an archive to look through without having the clutter of keeping it in a notebook. 

It can also inspire others if they happen to come across it.

Anyway, I think it is time for more consistency and today is my attempt for just that.

Just one note before I list it.  I’ve been preparing less time consuming meals lately.  I’ve been a little burnt out with elaborate recipes and meals, so I’ve gone back to some of the tried and true recipe staples. 

MON: Spaghetti with “meatless” meatballs, bread, and small salad

TUES: “Meatless” Club Sandwich with kettle chips or baked potato

WED: Dal, roasted vegetable rice, and flat bread


FRI: Vegetable Biryani

SAT:  Sloppy Joe’s with baked fries