Sometimes it’s hard to know what to make for dinner on one night, let alone a whole week. Lucky for you, Food Bloggers of Canada and I have come to the rescue!
I’ve developed a seven-day dinner menu plan, originally published on the Food Bloggers of Canada’s site, for this time of transition from summer to fall. Some days are still hot and call out for grilling, and sometimes the weather is crisp and all you really want is comfort food. Regardless of what the thermometer says, the harvest season is in full swing, giving us lots to celebrate on the plate.
As a bit of an added bonus, my menu plan has main dish offerings for everyone from committed omnivores to vegans, as well as a global range of flavour profiles. There’s something for everyone. And did I mention side dishes and desserts?
To make things even easier, the post on FBC includes a pre-formatted shopping list. Just use it to check off what you need to buy, making it even easier to get dinner on the table.
Here are all the recipes you need to have you covered for the week ahead. Happy cooking!
Spicy Beer-Braised Back Ribs with a Sweet and Spicy BBQ Sauce
Salmon, Potato And Lentil Cakes
Mango Corn Salsa over Lemon-Roasted Chicken Breasts
Beef Curry with Potatoes, Red Pepper and Spinach
Portobello Mushroom and Sausage Soup
Apple Crostata with Maple Syrup, Vanilla and Ginger
Pomegranate Molasses-Glazed Chicken Thighs
Parsley and Kale Salad with Pomegranate
Braised Lentils, Beets and Squash
very interesting idea.and choices.
Thank you, Suzanne. I hope you get a chance to try so of the recipes!
very smart! especially for mothers with young children!
That’s good to hear, Mimi. Thank you.
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