Baked Polenta with Mushrooms from Food and Wine
I used 7 fresh sage leaves, chopped coarsely, and I added some extra parm while omitting the Fontina. But you do you!!
This nourishing and hearty Pea and Broccoli Miso Soup from Nourish Everyday.
As is, the recipe is vegan and gluten-free. I added a dollop of crème fraîche, some cold peas, mixed seeds and nutritional yeast to mine.
Broken lasagna with tons of greens from Food52.
I added a couple of cloves of garlic and ate this for lunch for a couple of days, too. Think of this recipe as a quicker, lighter and weeknight friendly way to enjoy the comfort of lasagna!
This Farro Bowl with Crispy Salmon and Toasted Sesame Spinach from The Kitchn is SO easy and satisfying–especially if you bulk cook the grains.
Pour a glass of wine, invite your friends over and make these Tender and Crisp Chicken Legs with Sweet Tomatoes from Jamie Oliver.
There’s plenty of garlicky tomatoes and potatoes in here–add a side salad and the vegheads will be good to go, too.
Trip the light fantastic.
Make these warming Thyme and White Bean Pot Pies from The Minimalist Baker while winding down the weekend and watching whatever your Sunday TV line up is–currently, mine is 60 Minutes and The Deuce. BUT that will all change Oct. 1 when Curb Your Enthusiasm makes it return (swoon).
What meals do you all have planned for this week? I’d love to know!