Happy Fall! On the menu this week we are eating great seasonal food. Our apple tree is producing and I’m making a fabulous apple dessert this week! You can find it at the bottom of the menu plan. Here are a week’s worth of scrumptious dinner recipes picked with you in mind!
Today on Decorating Tips And Tricks we are talking about EASY WAYS TO FRESHEN DECOR.
Listen to episode 259 below…
Let’s see what’s on the menu this week…
I made these amazingly delicious pork chops a few weeks ago and we are having them again! For some reason, I especially love pork chops in the fall. I’ll serve them with homemade applesauce.
To make pork chops successfully a bone-in pork chop is a must. The bone infuses lots of favor. Thanks again, How To Feed A Loon!
- SEARED PORK CHOPS IN CAPER SAUCE
- MASHED CAULIFLOWER
- SLICED GARDEN TOMATOES
Gorgeous recipe from Feast And Farm that is company worthy and easiest for a weeknight!
- PROVOLONE AND PROSCIUTTO CHICKEN ROLLATINI
- ARUGULA SALAD WITH SHAVED PARMESAN, PINENUTS IN A LEMON VINAIGRETTE
Look at all the goodness in today’s dish from Amanda’s Cookin! And so healthy too! As always make sure you know where your fish is sourced.
- SKILLET BROILED COD
- GARDEN SLICED TOMATOES
Chicken enchiladas are one of my favs! I can’t wait to make these from Gimme Some Oven. Lunch leftovers will be muy bueno tomorrow.
- BEST CHICKEN ENCHILADAS
- TOMATO, AVACADO AND ONION SALAD
Fridays are days that I least like to cook. Not sure why! So today I’m serving up a one pot, delicious meal from Southern Bites.
On busy days or days you just don’t feel like cooking have the ingredients for an easy, no fuss delicious recipe on hand. This will go into my I’m not in the mood to cook file. It’s so satisfying to have an amazing meal that is also easy!
- RED BEANS AND RICE WITH SAUSAGE
- GARDEN SALAD
SATURDAY- SOUP DAY
I get a lot of my produce at a farm stand called the Corn Wagon. And I can see the fields they harvest their produce from right behind it. Talk about farm to table! Cauliflower is in season in my area so I am taking advantage of it by making this gorgeous soup from Seasons And Suppers.
- LOADED CAULIFLOWER SOUP
This is a Heritage recipe. It’s been passed down in my family for generations. And I make it a couple times a month. We all look forward to this easy, peasant type dish!
This is another recipe I can make with no effort at all.
TREAT OF THE WEEK
My friend Ann from On Sutton Place is the best baker. Her recipes are always delicious! And I can’t wait to try her apple bundt cake using fresh apples. That is a sign of a very moist cake!
Have a scrumptious week!