Tag: meal planning
Many of our users find Springpad useful for saving recipes they want to remember, and then they use those recipes to plan out their weekly meals. Let me show you how it’s done!
EatingWell’s article on safe non-organic produce was yet another reminder for me on the dangers of pesticides in food. When I am in the produce section at the grocery store, I am always enticed by the organic aisle–but buying solely organic would quickly push me over my monthly grocery budget. I’m always forgetting which produce items I really should be buying organic as well. A great health and environment resource, The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has compiled a list of fruits and vegetables that are least likely to be effected by pesticides, and therefore safe to buy non-organic.
I hope everyone’s Thanksgiving was great – and delicious – I know mine was! Even though December doesn’t start until Tuesday, but more of the week’s in December than it is November! Plus, I love the month of December – it’s the best of the holiday season. So this week, because I’m embracing the (near) start of winter, I’ve got a bunch of warm, delicious recipes to try!
Because Thanksgiving’s on Thursday I’m trying recipes the rest of the week that have nothing to do with the holidays… until after Thursday, when we’ll be living off of leftovers for ages. I’m excited to try a couple new recipes, and I do love this holiday!
Even though last week’s salad was delicious, I’m pretty much transitioned into winter foods now. I’m sad to see the warm weather officially go, but my recipes this week look fantastic, so I’m still pretty excited!
Bruschetta chicken Spring the recipe!
Butternut squash, sage and parmesan pasties Spring the recipe!
Chicken cilantro pot sticker veggie soup Spring the recipe!
Open-face grilled goat cheese panini with sundried tomatoes and herbs
Spring the recipe!
Chipotle mac and cheese Spring the recipe!
And for a special treat
Luscious caramel banana pie Spring the recipe!