Menu, Grocery List, Recipes Year 2 Week 27 – Vegetarian Edition

We had lovely spring weather this weekend.  Jim built a new garden box and I can’t wait till it’s tomato planting time.  I’ll show you more of what we’re planning and planting in a future post.

Today’s menu is a vegetarian version.  This is the first time I’ve put together a menu full of meatless meals.  There are several pasta dishes and quite a bit of cheese.

And I really must apologize to the reader who answered on the survey that she would like to see more veggies in the main dishes and less cheese.  One out of two isn’t bad, right?

I do have two good reasons for the amount of cheese:

1.  I really like cheese.

2.  Most of what I know about vegetarian cooking (which is not much) comes from the Moosewood Cookbooks.  They really like cheese too.

All the menus have 6 dinners and 1 dessert.  Serving suggestions are included in bold on the recipes and in curly brackets {} on the grocery list.

Here’s what’s on the menu for this week:

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This menu is part of Menu Plan Monday at Orgjunkie.com

Virtual Easter Dinner – all this week!

Easter is coming and so are a bunch of new recipes!  I’m teaming up with several bloggers to bring you a Virtual Easter Dinner.  Here is the schedule (and yes, I totally see the irony of having the ham recipe on the same day as the vegetarian menu :-) )

– Today – Mustard Orange Glazed Ham – Laura at Real Mom Kitchen

– Tuesday –  Asparagus – Shaina at Food for My Family

– Wednesday – Cucumber Salad – Tara at Unsophisticook

– Thursday – Goat Cheese Biscuits right here on Eat at Home – I can’t wait to share this recipe with you!

– Friday – Rosemary Potato Strudel – Aimee at Simple Bites

– Saturday – Dessert  – Liz at Hoosier Homemade

 

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  1. Thanks for the vegetarian meal ideas! We’re trying to cut back on meat consumption for health reasons as well as to help our bottom line. We usually celebrate “Meatless Mondays” every week!

    PS. I like cheese too. :-)

  2. Thank you so much for doing a Vegetarian version! We are vegetarians here at our house. We do eat a fair amount of cheese, I’m looking forward to trying your recipes! And if you want to try another meatless menu with less cheese you could try add in some of these ideas: lots of Asian foods (like Orange Tofu with Vegetables, Vegetable Fried Rice, Udon or Ramen Noodle bowls, a variety of Soups (White Bean Chili, Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, Sweet Potato Peanut Soup, Carrot & Red Pepper Soup, Vegetarian Split Pea Soup), homemade veggie burgers with lots of veggies & grains! YUM

  3. That salad sounds great!

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