The week of Thanksgiving is upon us! In the spirit of consistency I wanted to keep continue with the meal plan but if you’re hosting Thanksgiving and doing a ton of cooking… It’s ok if you eat out everyday. This is the Olympics of cooking and you need to get your head in the game. Either way I am here for you! Let’s get into this weeks meals! This week I’m going to add a bit of commentary to make sure that it helps you guys when making these recipes.
First, I provide links to recipes because it’s easier for you to have a guide to help you. I also don’t measure anything so I don’t think you will appreciate me telling you to just throw a handful of *insert item* in until it tastes good. Bear with me while I work on actually writing recipes.
The Grocery lists are meant to help you so you don’t have to go through all the recipes and make the list yourself. BUT you should still look through the recipes to see what and HOW MUCH of an item you might need. If the recipes only call a tbsp of something, please don’t go out and buy a boatload of it.
Center cut Pork chops
Pre-cooked Rotisserie Chicken
Fresh Rosemary & thyme
Small red potatoes
Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Spices & Condiments:
Mustard (or Dijon Mustard)
Salt and Pepper
Peas and Carrots
Oils & Vinegars:
*I encourage you to check your kitchen so you don’t double purchase.
Sunday: Maple Balsamic Glazed Pork Chops, Sautéed Green Beans, Smashed Red Potatoes
Monday: Avocado Loaded BBQ Nachos
Tuesday: Chicken Stroganoff
Wednesday: Shrimp Fried Rice with Yum Yum Sauce
Friday: Hunger Games/Freestyle – Eat leftovers or use them to make a new meal. (Try not to eat out)
Saturday Morning Breakfast: Sweet Potato Pancakes (or waffles) with Buttermilk Syrup and Candied Pecans