I have a Sunday routine: Clean, run, family time, write, menu plan, shop, family time, write. Every Sunday. And you know what my favorite part of Sunday is? I should probably say family time, right? Well, of course I love my family and the time spent with them, but I also really love to menu-plan. I’m a foodie.
Each week, I put my menu on the fridge for the week, along with the recipes, and excitedly cross off each recipe as it’s made. Who doesn’t love to cross something off a list? Friends that visit my home peer at my menus and ask me about how I’m making this or can they have a recipe for that.
Sure! Absolutely! In fact, my mission is to now provide you with:
Yep, I even made a little graphic for the event, which means, I’m pretty darn excited about it!
So, let’s get this party started! If I’m tweaking a recipe, I’ll be sure to mention that next to the link, and also share if it’s vegetarian or vegan. Oh, and if it’s a new recipe for me too, I’ll let you know.
Here’s to trying new things!
Grilled Gnocchi with Tomato Sauce and Mozzerella
Butter Lettuce Salad & Garden Tomatoes with EVOO and Aged Balsamic Syrup
Grass Fed Sirlion Steaks, marinated in Allegro (found at Harris Teeter) and grilled
Cheesy Zucchini Rice
Braised Coconut and Spinach with Chickpeas over Sweet Potatoes
Roasted Green Beans:
~ Toss trimmed fresh green beans with Olive oil and salt and pepper. Roast for 20 minutes at 450 degrees, tossing occasionally.
Ginger Scallion Soba Noddles (with julienned cucumber)
~ Toss 1 lb. peeled and deveined shrimp with Chinese Five Spice Powder, salt, and pepper. Roast at 450 degrees until pink (approximately 5-7 minutes)
Veggie Hummus Pitas and Roasted Sweet Potatoes
~ Can add chopped cooked chicken for added protein if you desire!
If you try one of the recipes let me know if you loved (or hated) it!