Friday, October 30, 2020

Have a Hauntingly Bootiful Weekend; Here's the Weekly Menu

We celebrated our Halloween earlier this week with a Pirate Bite Food and Wine Pairing Dinner.   It was a great time with good friends. 

Food collage

I won't be serving anything quite this fancy for dinner this week but I do have some fun meals to share with you.....
Halloween is usually pretty quiet out here in the country.  The Teen carved pumpkins at her boyfriend's house this year so we didn't even get to share in that fun.  We fail to carve pumpkins once in a blue moon. 

image of full moon from google

photo from google images

Get it?  We have a blue moon this Halloween.  Oh, never mind........

We already voted so we won't be heading to the polls on November 3rd.  If you haven't voted yet please make sure your voice is heard in this election.

Not a whole lot planned for this week.  Fall yard work, food pantry stuff and hopefully a visit to Aunt Irene.  

There is a lot of blogging planned though so I will be sharing something new here each day.  Starting with an invitation for you to join me in watching Knives Out for FoodnFlix this month.  That invitation will be followed by recipes for Pecan Crusted Pork Chops, Sweet Potato Salad, a Coffee Cocktail inspired by a novel I read, Maple Glazed Delicata Squash, a Gluten Free Pasta Dish, a Brinner Meal inspired by another novel and a seasonal Apple and Kohlrabi Slaw.

And we will be having dinner each and every night.  Here is what's on the menu this week.  What's cooking over at your house?

Turkey Tamale Casserole (moved from last week)

Sunday Supper
Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Paprika Oil
Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Scallops
Roast Chicken 
Cranberry Rice Pilaf
Assorted Cookies

Meatless Monday
Mac and Cheese
Apple Kohlrabi Slaw

Taco Tuesday
Taco Calzone

Leftovers or Carry Out Dinner at Aunt Irene's

Puffed Pastry Pockets
Banana Fritters

Fish Friday
Pineapple Teriyaki Salmon
Steamed Rice
Sauteed Green Beans

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