Weekly Meal Plan Week 14 - 10 great bloggers bringing you a full week of recipes including dinner, sides dishes, drinks and desserts!
Welcome to Weekly Meal Plan Week 14.
What a week it's been. Lots of delicious things happening in my kitchen this week. Lots of creepy recipes for Halloween as well. Food bloggers, we're a rare breed. We like unusual recipes, the weirder the better!
If you haven't been following along I'm hosting a week long event called Dead Eats: Recipes Inspired by The Walking Dead with Dionne of Try Anything Once. If you're a Walking Dead fan be sure to check it out.
We're giving away One Complete Set of The Walking Dead DVD's: Season 1 to 5 so be sure to enter the giveaway on any of the posts. So far I've posted How to Throw a Killer Walking Dead Party, Carol's Cookies and Chocolate Weapons Bark.
There are more TWD Inspired Recipes coming over the next few days. I made Walker Blood Sangria, Daryl's Walker Ears Necklace, Bob's Leg Tainted Meat-loaf and Michonne's Sword Potato Puffs. I know right. SO much fun!
I also posted a couple of Grown Up Halloween Party Recipes on the blog for a company I'm working for. Swing by to check out my Vampire Steaks with Red Wine Reduction, and also my Cranberry Sangria aka Devil's Sangria. Both are beyond incredible.
I know right. I've been a busy girl. I also threw our family's Thanksgiving dinner on Monday. The Canadian Thanksgiving is a month before the American one. So I took advantage of that and worked on Thanksgiving Day.
Typically I never "work" on holidays. I cook on holidays, but I never work on recipe development or photograph any dishes on holidays. I usually reserve holidays for family time only. This year I broke my rule for the first time.
I photographed two kinds of stuffing, 2 kinds of potatoes, roasted baby carrots, roast turkey, and homemade bread. Then this week I photographed leftover recipes, things like sandwiches and also some cranberry chutney.
It's been a seriously busy week in the kitchen and the studio. I've been working long hours so I can get ahead on recipes for the holidays. It will all be worth it next month when I have all my holiday recipes up on the blog.
We used the leftovers to plan our meals out for the week. I have to tell you recipe planning is the way to go. If you're not already doing it you should be. It makes it so much easier to plan ahead and to shop for groceries.
Check out this week's Meal Plan below. A bunch of us bloggers get together each week to help our readers plan out their weekly meal plans. We love doing it and we hope you love it too.
Weekly Meal Plan Week 14:
Sirloin Roast - Cravings of a Lunatic
Spinach Ravioli Lasagna - Lemons for Lulu
Chicken with Mushrooms - Barefeet in the Kitchen
Salsa Verde Chicken Skillet - Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
Kitchen is CLOSED - Enjoy the night off!
Cheesy Shrimp Quesadillas - Sweet C's Designs
Garlic Butter Shrimp and Rice - Diethood
Cheesy Cauliflower Au Gratin - I Wash...You Dry
Pumpkin Spice Chai Latte Base made with real pumpkin - Foodie with Family
Cinnamon Apple Pie Bread - Wishes and Dishes
Caramel Cheesecake Apple Dip - The Cookie Rookie
This week's meal plan was brought you to by:
Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts | Barefeet in the Kitchen | Foodie with Family
Wishes and Dishes | I Wash...You Dry | Lemons for Lulu | Sweet C's Designs
The Cookie Rookie | Cravings of a Lunatic | Diethood
Pin this to your meal planning board for easy access all week long!
10 great bloggers bringing you a full week of recipes including dinner, sides dishes, drinks and desserts!
If you're looking for more recipe inspiration feel free to swing by my Recipe Index and poke around a bit. There's some amazing Pasta Recipes, and lots of Main Course Recipes.
You can also follow me on Pinterest to see all the latest and greatest pins I'm sharing. I'm on Instagram as well, be sure to swing by and get a feel for my day to day life. Hint: It's pretty boring. But with lots of pretty pictures.
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