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Weekly Basket and Meal Plan

We were out of town for my brother’s wedding in New York last week (hence, no meal plan on the blog). It was fun, but we are glad to be home.

This Week’s Basket from Milk and Honey Organics Included Parisi Farms Curly Kale, Parisi Farms Red/White Creamy Potatoes, Tomatoes from Kem at Chef’s Greenhouse, Texas Jumbo Sweet Onions, Red D’Anjou Pears, Star Ruby Red Grapefruit, Kiwifruit, Bananas (oops, they didn’t make it into the picture), Carrots, Broccoli, Crimini Mushrooms and Baby Spinach.

This Week’s Menu (via PepperPlate.com):

Note: All recipes from this week’s menu can be found on M&H’s blog’s Recipes Archive page.

Weekly Basket and Meal Plan

This Week’s Basket from Milk and Honey Organics Included: Green Bell Peppers, Garlic, Valencia Oranges, D’Anjou Pears, Yukon Gold Potatoes, Granny Smith Apples, Tomatoes, Local Strawberries, Hurricane Creek Lettuce, Parisi Collards, Parisi Onion Mix (Carolina Sweet and Silver Moon).
This Week’s Meal Plan using PepperPlate.com:
Recipes:

Weekly Basket and Meal Plan

This Week’s Basket from Milk and Honey Organics included Parisi Farms Beets with Greens, Carrots, Garnet Yams, Leeks, Rio Red Ruby Grapefruit, Shallots, D’Anjou Pears, Honey Tangerines, Brussels Sprouts, Parisi Farms Collard Greens, Red Bell Peppers, and (Boston) Butter Lettuce.

This Week’s Meal Plan:

Recipes from This Week’s Meal Plan:

Other Recipes from Meal Plan are available on the Recipes Archive page at Milk and Honey Organics’ blog.

Weekly Basket and Meal Plan

This Week’s Basket (from Milk and Honey Organics) Included: Honeycrisp Apples, D’Anjou Pears, Ruby Grapefruit, Tangelos, Red Onions, Silver Dollar Mushrooms, Local Collards, Baby Spinach, Russet Potatoes, Carrots, Broccoli, and Hurricane Creek Tomatoes (and for Fruit Baskets Only: Starfruit).

This Week’s Meal Plan:

Recipes from This Week’s Meal Plan:

Bon Appetit!

Weekly Recipes and Meal Plan

This Week’s Basket from Milk and Honey Organics Included: Red Potatoes, Yellow Onions, Jonagold Apples, Bosc Pears, Pomegranates, Roma Tomatoes, Shallots, Parisi Farms’ Broccoli Crowns, Mustard Greens and Butternut Squash. My butternut squash so was so adorable – yes, I honestly think produce can be cute. ;) Some baskets had kiwi and lettuce, but I have plenty of lettuce because I had coupons to use from Organic Girl by the end of 2011.

This Week’s Meal Plan: I’m eating a Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet, with only 5% of my calories from animal protein, but I did add optional meat, egg, and cheese options for my husband.
Recipes in the Meal Plan:

Weekly Recipe Ideas and Meal Plan via PepperPlate.com

This week’s basket from Milk and Honey Organics included Braeburn Apples, D’Anjou Pears, Kiwifruit, Red Potatoes, Navel Oranges, Broccoli, Portabella Mushroom Halves, Parisi Farms’ Lettuce Mix and Butternut Squash, Bio-Way Farm’s Cilantro and Greens (Sensopai, Collards, or Kale), Hurricane Creek Farm’s Cucumbers, and Chef’s Greenhouse Radish Microgreens (picture taken via Instagram).

And here is the Meal Plan I created using PepperPlate.com (an amazing online recipe organizer and meal planner that populates a shopping list):

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Recipes from This Week’s Meal Plan:

And some extra recipes that might be fun:

Also, I am eager to attempt Homemade English Muffins from Simply Life’s Blog!

I hope you all have a restful and refreshing weekend full of delicious, healthful meals and some down time. The only thing I have planned is a walk with a friend, coffee (and maybe dinner) with another friend, and church on Sunday. I love low-key weekends!

What’s on YOUR menu this week?!

Weekly Recipe Ideas and Meal Plan

This week’s basket from Milk and Honey Organics included Braeburn Apples, Kiwifruit, Ruby Grapefruit, Yellow Sweet Jumbo Onions, D’Anjou Pears, Celery, Romaine Lettuce, Klamath Pearl Potatoes, Chiogga Beets, Hass Avocados, Limes, Roma (Plum) Tomatoes, and Hurricane Creek Cucumbers.

Beautiful Organic Produce!!

From this week’s basket, the recipe ideas I came up with included the following:

And here’s a meal plan that uses the majority of the recipes above, along with some others. Mix and Match the possibilities and figure out what works best for your family! Click on the meal plan below for the PDF with links to recipes.
Bon Appetit! And Enjoy the Journey! Happy Weekending!
By the way, I’m taking a blogger break this weekend, so I’ll see you back on Monday! Don’t forget to enter the contest for the Joy Bauer Food Cures book by Tuesday at noon EST. It really is a fabulous resource!!