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Sunday Meal Plan October 18-24 #Blogtober

  Meal Planning is a great way to save time and money, every week!

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Last weekend was Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. My SO's sister, and her partner, hosted a lovely intimate dinner for us, and SO's mom. I fell in love with the tablescape, that they created for our meal. It was great to get a bit of normalcy in, even if our dinner was not as big as years past. I wasn't able to visit my family for the holiday, but we decided it would be more prudent to stick to our social bubble. 

Dinner was delicious! We started with a Curried Butternut Squash Soup, followed by turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, rutabaga, green beans, fresh cranberry sauce and homemade rolls (which I brought). Dinner was followed by a fire in the back yard and a video call from family, to wish each other a Happy Thanksgiving. We ended the night with a pumpkin pie, I had made, and coffee/tea. The day blessed us with lovely weather, so we took the opportunity to take family photos. 

This past Wednesday was my SO's birthday. I spent the day pampering him and making him an amazing birthday cake. He LOVES peanut butter and had requested a chocolate cake, so I decided to make him a chocolate cake, with peanut butter frosting and chocolate frosting. It was so rich and decadent and our little family has been enjoying for the last few days, LOL.

Things are cooling down here in Ontario, so comfort food is making an appearance several times a week. We did do a BIG grocery shop, and bought a lot of meat, many of it will be used for several meals after cooking. Here is my plan for this week:

  • Pork roast with sauteed gnocchi and carrots sticks
  • sandwiches and salad
  • broccoli cheddar soup with homemade bread bowl
  • Chiard
  • homemade sushi, dill pickle cheeseball and crackers
  • left over night (clean out the Fridge)
  • eggs, toast and fruit


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