Ah, Menu plan Monday, how I’ve missed you. I like menu planning, really, and yet since we’ve moved things have just been more chaotic and not yet returned to a normal, and there are a lot of good reasons for that, so I’ll have to just make peace with that!
It’s been a busy week, and even moreso because my poor dude has some sort of flu bug. There is nothing worse than seeing someone you love feel sick. And I can say in the 13 years we’ve been together, I’ve never seen him this sort of miserable He’s starting to do a bit better, though…and we can do a belated V day with Ricki’s Brownies next weekend, I hope.
A recap for last week: I posted on ways to support your GF Valentine all year ‘round with quotes from some of my favorite bloggers, I posted on “A Healthy Gluten-Free Life” Cookbook, was quoted in a WebMD blog, had the Washingtonian feature my Sniffle Stew, and my first video, “Celiac Disease, What Every RD Should Know” is up! (perhaps this is why I’ve had little time for menu planning?)
This week’s theme is Cauliflower, and I’m glad Wendy from Celiacs in the House chose it. We have cauli most weeks, and always a variation on roasted cauliflower. Sometimes with garlic. Sometimes with rosemary. Sometimes cumin seeds, or chili powder, or lemon and mint, or … I like it other ways, E doesn’t. And there’s enough variation I can’t get bored.
If you’re interested in hosting, do contact Heather at Celiac Family, I’m sure she’d be glad to hear from you!
Rosemary and Kale Soup with Turkey (from A Healthy GF Life Cookbook)
Maybe sniffle stew? Some of this depends on how both of us are feeling and how E is recovering.
Not sure on the rest yet…will go shopping Tues.
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Hope all that stew and soup warms you up and helps lead your hubby to a full recovery.
Sorry to hear your hubby is down, but glad it hasn’t gotten you down. Sounds like you’ve been busy again (or is that still?)! Happy for you to join us in the menu swap this week. 🙂
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