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Week of October 21st

Beef Pot Roast & Horseradish (FF/LS) | Cooking mellows the horseradish to become a pleasant note

  • Broccoli Mash (LS) or Potato/Parsnip Mash (FF/LS)
  • Garlic Roasted Green Beans (FF/LS)

Asian Beef/Pork/Chicken Salad (FF/LS) | Flank steak marinated in soy, ginger, and garlic served with a red cabbage salad.  FODMAP uses baby bok choy.  Choose pork or chicken instead.  Protein and salad come together as the entrée and one side.

  • Chinese Long Beans (FF/LS) | glazed with chicken stock, honey or brown sugar (FF), and sesame

Chile Rellenos Chicken (FF/LS) | think inside-out relleno, without the frying

  • Chipotle-Butternut & Carrot Mash (FF/LS)
  • Corn O’Brien (FF/LS) | Colorfully appetizing, garnished with bacon, bell pepper, and pimentos.  Want to lose the peppers?

Chicken/Tilapia Ranchero (FF/LS) | Pan seared chicken or tilapia with house red enchilada sauce

  • Cheesy Cauliflower | cheddar!
  • Bourbon Sweet Potatoes (FF/LS)

Quinoa with Roasted Butternut Squash (FF/LS)

  • Tomatoes Provencal (FF/LS) | Ripe summer tomatoes filled with breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese-just ready for the broiler!

Additional Side

  • Lemony Yellow Split Peas (LS) | Like lemon, garlic, and ginger?

(FF) ~ Dish is or can be modified for the FODMAP diet. Please select FODMAP option in the Notes section.  Many recipes can be modified for FODMAP.  At a minimum, onion and garlic will be replaced with asafetida-especially in those dishes using garlic or onion in the name.  Dairy substitutes will be used and gluten omitted.  If you have any questions about the ingredients, please ask and we can work together to ensure the right items are used.
(GG/BR) ~ Prep for the grill or broiler
(SC) ~ Can be prepped for slow cooker-just ask!
(LS) ~ Contains less than 135mg sodium per serving
(RS) ~ Reduced sodium;  less than 500 mg sodium per serving
(PtY) ~ Available as a patty