Whole Foods October 2013 Menu
First of all, this isn’t for the grocery store Whole Foods, it is a menu for those that want to spend more time making their meals from scratch. For a detailed explanation of what is involved in creating this menu we have a post welcoming you to this menu. If you are new and not sure how to get started we have a wonderful series starting with 5 easy steps to get you on your way to once a month cooking. Good luck!
Is your family making the transition to whole foods in 2013? Or maybe you have set a New Year’s Resolution to eat healthier in 2013? Or perhaps you find yourself curious about the whole foods/real food lifestyle? Whatever the case may be, you should consider following last year’s year-long journey to help families transition to real food if they so desire through Get Real 2012!
If you like this menu you might want to check out all our past Whole Foods menus or in-season menus – October 2011′s or October 2012′s menus if you are looking for something different!
- Cranberry and Pear Upside Down Muffins
- Sweet Potato and Caramelized Onion Frittata
- Hearty Pumpkin Apple Muffins
- Sweet Potato Bacon Mac and Cheese
- Sweet Potato and Kale Chicken Patties
- Curried Pork and Fall Vegetable Stew **
- Oktoberfest Stew
- Paprika Chicken Rice Bake **
- Garlic Rosemary Roasted Pork **
- Southwest Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie
- Meaty Spaghetti Squash Casserole **
- Spiced Chicken, Kale and Roasted Squash **
**Indicates meals that require NO COOKING on your OAMC BIG DAY aka “throw and go” meals, perfect for the family who needs to adjust to just do the quick meals!
As you can see we have a NEW way of getting and printing your monthly menu documents. As part of that change, we have also changed the type/size of labels we use. The above labels will print four to a page and line up with Avery 8168/5168 labels or equivalent.
Are you a person that likes to see the menus visually? Perhaps you should check out the October 2013 Whole Foods Menu via Pinterest to see the yummy goodness you will be cooking up on this menu. Not sure what Pinterest is all about, check out what Once A Month Meals has to say about it.
Each month we have some wonderful volunteers who “test” out the menu prior to publication. They do an amazing job of helping to eliminate confusion and mistakes. They may not catch everything but they sure do catch A LOT! If you are interested in test cook, feel free to volunteer. Here is a little bit about this month’s test cooks:
- Kari Romine - I am a stay at home mom of 3 and I love to cook. I strive to feed my family healthy, quick, and inexpensive meals and once a month cooking allows me to do that with out spending all day every day in the kitchen.
Are you new to Once A Month Meals or once a month cooking (oamc) in general? If so, you might want to spend a few minutes (or hours) on the Get Started Series. If you are in a real hurry to catch on we have written some simple steps for getting started. Welcome!