|Sunday:||Veggie Pasta (DIY)|
|Monday:||Huevos Rancheros (DIY)|
|Wednesday:||Pizza Welcome Party in Palm Springs!|
|Friday:||Leftovers: Turkey Day Fixin's|
|Saturday:||Eat Out in Palm Springs and/or Backyard BBQ|
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Thanksgiving dinner and they've been requested by my repeat guests every year since. To be honest, I did not grow up eating sweet potatoes with marshmallows in them....always kind of thought it was gross. But the hubby requested it the first Thanksgiving we were together so I went and found this recipe that has the added twist of coconut. So now even I can't imagine Thanksgiving without them.
|Sunday:||thanksgiving-dinner/7" target="_blank">Potato & Portobello Mushroom Casserole|
|Monday:||Baked Flounder with Tomatoes & Basil|
|Thursday:||Pork Phanang Curry|
Thanksgiving breakfast....they're always a hit with our family and friends as a start to our Turkey Day!
|Sunday:||Christian’s Birthday Dinner: Bacon Wrapped Scallops w/ Roasted Rapini & Tomatoes and Cheesy Polenta (DIY)|
|Monday:||Taco Night with Spicy Brussel Sprouts (DIY)|
|Tuesday:||Salmon over Warm Lentil, Apple & Walnut Salad|
|Thursday:||Chickpea Soup with Kale & Diavolicchio|
The rest of the week is getting us into the Fall spirit with one new Salmon recipe (I'll let you know what I think!) and one of our favorite soups from The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook (Vol II). The diavolicchio in this recipe is basically red-pepper flake infused olive oil...it's super easy to make and insanely addictive. We always make extra so we can slather it on everything in our house for weeks. Yum!
|Sunday:||In Orlando, FL for work|
|Thursday:||Shrimp & Artichokes over Parmesan Grits|
|Friday:||Leftovers: Shrimp & Parmesan Grits|
Thanksgiving last year and they've been a go-to appetizer in our house ever since...well at least when we can find fresh figs (although I've also used fresh dates...if you do that you can skip the jam/preserves though). They are so super easy to make...mostly assembly and since you can crisp up the pancetta in advance.
Almost Meatless. The nice thing about it is that it can be a great vegetarian dinner or you can add a bit of crumbled sausage to it if you’re feeding people who can’t fathom why you would ever have a meal without a bit of animal protein (I, admittedly, used to be a card-carrying member of this group!). But really, doesn’t sausage make everything better? I digress! If you plan ahead and cook the squash, the rest of this meal is pretty easy and straightforward. And for a cold, foggy fall or winter night it’s the perfect comfort food...actually a little reminiscent of Thanksgiving (which lovely flavors I personally think shouldn’t be relegated to just once a year!) Pair it with a full-bodied Chardonnay (we chose Frog’s Leap 2009) and a week night meal turns into an intimate occasion worth savoring!