When I made cheeseburger soup last week and my husband raved about it as being "the best soup ever" I realized that our tastes aren’t exactly alike. Don’t get me wrong, I thought the cheeseburger soup was delicious – it really did taste like a cheeseburger. But I like a lot of variety and bold, exotic flavors while my husband tends to prefer more meat and potatoes sort of American cooking.
Meatloaf, chicken stew, and chili seem like a good way to include heartier foods while adding in a bit of cioppino for the variety that I love. I’ve got plenty of turkey stock left and will be picking up 50 pounds of rolled oats so the boys will return to their favorite soaked oats breakfast.
You will also notice that we will be enjoying some fried foods and a few grain and sugar-free desserts this week as we continue to celebrate Hanukkah.
- breakfast: oatmeal with dried apples, cinnamon and butter
- dinner: Cioppino, roasted winter squash with butter
- prep: Roast kabocha squash for fritters
- breakfast: soaked porridge + chia seeds + crispy almonds + butter, leftover squash
- dinner: Chicken and rutabaga stew in crock pot, lacto-fermented beets, biscuits, apple & squash fritters (grain-free & sugar free variation)
- prep:bake biscuits, mix up fritter dough, start stew in crock pot in morning, pick up buying club order
- breakfast: eggs + sausage, leftover fritters
- prep:Roast pumpkin for pie, thaw beef for meatloaf
- breakfast: Coconut flour pancakes, sausages
- dinner: Meatloaf with potatoes and carrots in crock pot, lacto-fermented beets, grain-free pumpkin pie with crust (recipe forthcoming)
- prep: pick up milk from farm, soak oats, make pie in morning, start meatloaf and vegetable sin c.p. for dinner
- breakfast: leftover pumpkin pie
- dinner: Egg, sausage, and greens casserole, butternut squash latkes, cortido
- prep: thaw beef, make egg nog mixture
- breakfast: Coconut flour pancakes
- dinner: Chili Soup, baked potatoes w/ butter and cortido, homemade egg nog
- prep: soak grains for Sabbath breakfast
Menu Planning Resources
- Books & DVDs – Inexpensive e-books, what to eat, and nourishing cookbooks.
- Kitchen Tools & Appliances – Mixers, Grain Mills, Dehydrators, and Sprouted & Fermented food equipment.
- Condiments – Find natural sauces and prepared lacto-fermented vegetables.
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