Fall is officially here, and that means it’s time for apple picking, tailgating parties (check out some of my tailgating tips on my client’s blog), and pumpkin everything (check out how many pumpkin recipes there are on Healthy Aperture!). In my house, it also means it’s time for the Jewish holidays we celebrate every fall, starting with Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, this Wednesday evening. And lucky for me, I’m not hosting any big holiday dinners, which means this week’s menu is not as detailed as usual. But don’t despair, I have a couple of delicious meals lined up and some fun posts for you this week, including this month’s Recipe ReDux and a post all about honey – a key ingredient in traditional Rosh Hashana cooking!
What does fall make you think about?
Week of September 22, 2014
Monday: Leftover Cilantro-Lime Steak, Mashed Sweet Potatoes , and Roasted Broccoli
Tuesday: Sweet and Savory Acorn Squash Bowls (Note: I was compensated to develop this recipe for Daisy Cottage Cheese, a client of mine)
Wednesday: Rosh Hashana Dinner (not at my house!)
Thursday: Rosh Hashana Potluck Dinner with Friends (at my house!) – I’m making Brisket with Root Vegetables and Sweet Noodle Kugel
Friday: Leftovers (hopefully)
What are you eating this week?
Linking up at Org Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday.