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Weekly Menu Planning – November 2020

MidwesternerTT | Oct 25, 202006:50 AM     476

Let’s use this thread to share concise weekly dinner menus for each week in November. It's helpful if you can include your location and how many people you are feeding. Links to recipes are always appreciated, and sources help.

Are you emptying your freezer in preparation for holiday meal ingredients/leftovers and baking? If you’re in Canada and already had Thanksgiving, what hints would be helpful for your USA “cousins”? If you typically celebrate Thanksgiving with a small group, what menu-adaptations can you suggest for families who usually cook for a crowd or travel, but will be at separate homes this year?

We all know plans can change, so it’s fine (practically expected) when your week gets rearranged from your posted plan. You may choose to report actuals for the prior week to share ideas with others.

The October discussion is still available for reporting the last week and follow-ups.
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