Menu of the Week: Meal Plan Monday

mpm3.jpgindiandish.jpgHere’s my menu for Menu Plan Monday at Org Junkie and also my own entry for the Gluten Free Menu Swap, hosted by ME this week !

Menu of the Week

Monday: Chinese
GF egg rolls and mushroom potstickers (Final Version for posting)

Wednesday: Italian
Pumpkin Lasagna (with homemade pasta)- Dairy and Vegan Style
(I’m picking up the torch from Ginger Lemon Girl)

Thursday: Happy Thanksgiving!
DH: Turkey, Peas, Cranberry Sauce
Me: Acorn Squash with Portobello Mushroom Stuffing, Vegan Gravy, Vegan Cranberry Cobbler (my own recipe), Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie


Last week I fell off the menu-following wagon
, so as you can see, a few menu items will be carried onto this week. But, I still plan on posting:
Gluten Free Holiday Favorites: Adeena’s Teff Roll Recipe and (my) Caponata recipe
A Gluten-Free English Tea Party: Rebecca Reilly Cranberry scones Recipe Review and Recipe for Devonshire cream
Gluten-Free Travel in Europe: Making Gluten-Free Plans in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, and Austria
Gluten Free Chinese Food: Easy gluten-free Vegetarian Potsticker Recipe and GF Vegetarian Egg Roll Recipe (After Monday)

Click Here for the Gluten Free Menu Swap roundup!


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9 Responses to “Menu of the Week: Meal Plan Monday”

  1. [...] Here at the Book of Yum I posted a plan including pumpkin garlic lasagna and Gluten Free Chinese Eggrolls, along with Vegetarian Thanksgiving Fare. 1 Comment   1. November 18, 2007 7:58 pm by Book of Yum – Blog […] Here’s my menu for Menu Plan Monday at Org Junkie and also my own entry for the Gluten Free Menu Swap, hosted by ME this week ! […] Leave a comment [...]

  2. what a delicious meal plan and I love your Thanksgiving feast!! Impressive.

  3. Here is my contribution to the gluten free menu swap: http://www.angelaskitchen.com/Angelas_Kitchen/Blog/Entries/2007/11/18_Menu_Plan_Monday.html

    Your menu looks tasty! We were vegan back in the pre-celiac days. I made a fabulous seitan roast! (sigh) It will be super fun looking through your recipes. I am really excited to see your post on the potstickers and eggrolls. Spring rolls are still one of our favorite lunches around here. Thanks for sharing.

    My mushrooms aren’t in most of my weekly menu (except in our salads), but they are very liberally used on Thanksgiving. Gotta love those portobellos.

  4. I have to admit I’m jealous you have help with Thanksgiving dinner. LOL! My help is my hubby taking the girls so I can cook. :)

  5. Yummy, everything sounds sooo good.

    Happy Thanksgiving :)

  6. Great menu, have a great week and happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

    Rachel xxx
    A Juggling Mum

  7. It is so exciting to see my daughter’s name mentioned on the “Book of Yum” Blog! Adeena is the oldest of 12, and the grand puppet master. It is she who has mastered the art of baking for a family of celiacs. I, on the other hand, grew up baking with wheat flour, so when I realized that I had to eliminate all wheat and gluten from my family’s (and MY) diet, I just gave up on the baking. I fear it is difficult to teach an old dog new tricks.

    Having said that, I do find your blog to be inspiring. Maybe some day I will dive in and begin to create some delicious, gluten-free masterpieces. Until then, I just read, and drool, and dream…and phone Adeena when I want brownies. Or pumpkin torte. Or buns…. you get the picture!

  8. I have a friend who is gluten free and needs some help in the diet area. There are so many different and conflicting messages on which diet plan is the best. I will direct her to your site for helpful suggestions. thanks!

  9. [...] you are looking for some all gluten free menus in on place head over to the Book of Yum.  She is hosting this week’sGluten Free Menu Swap.  [...]

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