Weekly Menus November 17

Looking for dinner ideas? Below you will find meal suggestions from our Weekly Menus. The Menus vary week to week and are updated by Friday morning of each week for the upcoming delivery week. You can either order one of the weekly menus, or mix and match by ordering the ingredients individually.

These menus are designed for simple, easy cooking that doesn’t require a recipe beyond salt, pepper, olive oil and an oven at 375 or a stovetop on medium-high.

These Weekly Menus DO NOT COME WITH RECIPES.  The meal ideas below are simply suggestions for ways to prepare the food in this order.  If you need more guidance and instruction, we recommend searching the NY Times Cooking site, or Epicurious for an adaptable recipe.

*Items not included are in bold. Click on the link if you’d like to add the item to your shopping basket.

**Items in Italics not available at Farmers To You – add them to your shopping list.

3 Easy Dinners – Vegetarian suggested meals:

  • Twice Baked Potatoes, Romanesco Cauliflower, Cranberry Sauce and Mizuna Salad with shaved Celeriac
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes with crispy Brussels Sprouts and a Mesclun salad
  • Golden Beet salad with Queso Fresco and a Cilantro Shallot dressing

3 Easy Dinners – Omnivore suggested meals:

  • Roasted Turkey Thigh, Cranberry Sauce and Mizuna Salad with shaved Celeriac
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes with crispy Brussels Sprouts and a Mesclun salad
  • Golden Beet salad with Queso Fresco and a Cilantro Shallot dressing

3 Easy Dinners – Paleo suggested meals:

  • Roasted Turkey Thigh and a Mizuna Salad with shaved Fennel and Celeriac
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes with crispy Brussels Sprouts and a Mesclun salad
  • Golden Beet salad with Sunflower Seeds and a Cilantro Shallot dressing

3 Easy Dinners – Dairy Free suggested meals:

  • Roasted Turkey Thigh, Cranberry Sauce and Mizuna Salad with shaved Celeriac
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes with crispy Brussels Sprouts and a Mesclun salad
  • Golden Beet salad with Sunflower Seeds and a Cilantro Shallot dressing
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