List I – Meatless Monday

22 Nov

Lists are good. Lists are helpful. To-do lists, top ten lists, mailing lists, shopping lists, laundry lists — even Santa has a list (he checks it twice!)  I decided that it would do me good to get in the habit of making lists — I imagine that this small change will help me get organized, remember things and generally make my life a little easier.

So I am making a grocery list for this coming week’s Meatless Monday meals  — lunch and dinner!  Actually, I have these two recipes pinned to a “board” in my Pinterest account. ( Pinterest is kind of like a list holder – a good reason to keep on pinning – as if I needed an excuse.)

Below is my list of the main ingredients that I need to make two meals — Lemon Quinoa Cilantro Chickpea Salad. Click here for the recipe (you will have to scroll down quite a way to find it) and Golden Door’s Red Lentil Veggie Burger. Find the recipe here. I am so looking forward to eating both of these dishes!

Avocados
Broccoli
Brown rice
Cherry tomatoes
Chickpeas
Cilantro
Edamame beans
Italian parsley
Lemons
Limes
Mangoes
Potatoes
Quinoa
Red bell pepper
Red lentils
Red onion
Serrano chile
Shiitake mushrooms
Spinach
Tomatoes

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3 Responses to “List I – Meatless Monday”

  1. foods for the soul November 22, 2012 at 11:17 pm #

    I write lists for everything too! Especially for grocery shopping and packing for a trip. Enjoy your meatless Monday meals!

    • cgjohnston November 23, 2012 at 8:21 am #

      Thank you for stopping by my blog and for the comment. I am trying to be more organized by writing lists (and using them)! Yes, a packing list is a good one – I once went on a camping trip and packed without a list – and forgot to pack towels! Not fun!!

      • foods for the soul November 23, 2012 at 1:34 pm #

        That sounds miserable! On various vacations, my family members have forgotten PJs and toothbrushes and flip flops more times than I can count… Lists certainly come in handy!

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