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Late Summer Veggies

This week I am doing battle with my late season CSA veggies. We are hitting the end of the summer when I am inundated with certain veggies and have to find ways to use them in new ways so that I don’t have a family rebellion on hand. This week we have Kale, Zucchini, Onions and LOTS of potatoes … not to mention cucumbers from picking at the farm. Enjoy this week's menu, featuring some grilling and some late summer favorites!

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Saturday
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Monday
Day 3
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Tuesday
Day 4
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Wednesday
Day 5
Dinner
Grilled Wings (4)
Lemon Zest and Garlic Potato Salad (4)
Grilled Asparagus and Portabella Mushrooms (4)
Vegan Garlic Ranch Dressing (4)
Bibimbap (4)
Noki’s Moroccan Fish and Veggies (4)
Broccoli and Cheddar Quiche (4)
Fresh Summer Corn Soup (4)
Lemon Parmesan Kale Salad (Adapted from Marin Mama website) (4)
Mom’s Spaghetti and Meatsauce (4)
Cucumber Salad (4)
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THE IDEA

“What’s for Dinner?”  We’ve all been asked and asked ourselves that questions a few too many times…

Busy people don’t want to think about what’s for dinner every night – neither do I. So… I developed a system where I can put a balanced, healthy, yummy, (kosher) and easy to make dinner on the table each night. Here’s how it works:

At the beginning of the week, I plan out my weekly dinner menu and grocery list. I do all of my grocery shopping over the weekend so that all I have to do each day is spend about ½ hour actually making dinner. Voila! Delicious meals each night of the week for a family of 5 - and you don’t have to think about it, because I’ve done it for you!

Healthy

These recipes are made with organic, real foods: vegetables, proteins and grains.

Simple

Delicious food does not need to be complicated! Good, fresh ingredients speak for themselves.

Fast

Meal prep in around 30 minutes. Who wants to slave away in the kitchen to put a weeknight dinner on the table?

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