If you are looking for something simple and delicious to serve for Halloween, look no further-carrot soup will warm up your little goblins! This week’s meal plan is full of delicious ideas from some very talented food bloggers. Make sure to drop by their sites and look around at all the great recipes they have to offer!
One look at this photo over at Vino Luci ; and I just knew this recipe had to be featured in a meal plan. How can anyone not want to just lick the computer screen? I have grill envy just looking at it. Who says that you can’t have barbeque in October? Here on the West Coast, many people grill year-round.
Barbecue Baby Back Ribs Throwdown
Simple, southern comfort food at it’s best-something I have never had, but so deliciously described that I want to try this recipe myself. Jerry blogs over at Cooking By the Seat of My Pants , where delicious food and great photos make me want to try ….everything!
Braised Smoked Ham Shank with Beans and Rice
Rachel describes this simple, veggie loaded dish as “tonguegasmic”. It’s so quick and easy, you’ll have dinner on the table in no time! Click on over to A Southern Fairytale for this recipe, and pair them up with garlic parmesan poppyseed breadsticks . “Tonguegasmic”, indeed!
If you are looking for easy and delicious, Sydney over at The Crepes of Wrath has the answer for you-a creamy, cheesy Fettuccine Alfredo. You can throw in some leftover roasted chicken to bump it up, if you wish. Click around and be sure to check out Sydney’s selection of treats, because she’s my go-to blog when I’m craving something delicious, like white chocolate pumpkin spice truffles .
A bright orange perfect for Halloween, this slightly sweet and very delicious soup is absolutely kid friendly. We topped ours with fresh cilantro, but a sprinkle of herbed croutons or salty bacon would also be delicious.