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Thanksgiving State of Mind ...

This week, we are all thinking about Thanksgiving…! Sweet potatoes, winter squash, and corn are all around and each shows up in lots of different preparations in this menu. Hopefully, you will be inspired to change up your traditional Thanksgiving dinner with some new recipes. And, of course, for the traditionalists out there, I have included some of the regulars, like Turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, but lookout for a twist in each of them – and as always, let us know what you think!

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Saturday
Day 1
January 2
Sunday
Day 2
January 3
Monday
Day 3
January 4
Tuesday
Day 4
January 5
Wednesday
Day 5
Dinner
Sweet potatoes with chickpeas (4)
Cauliflower with Curried Yogurt (4)
Whole Grilled Fish (4)
Roasted Acorn Squash (6)
Corn and Calabaza Squash Soup (4)
Spanish Omelet (4)
Maple Bread Pudding (8)
Eric's Grilled Thanksgiving Turkey (6)
Mom’s Challah Stuffing (6)
Easy Cranberry Sauce (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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