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!

Brown rice
Cherry tomatoes
Edamame beans
Italian parsley
Red bell pepper
Red lentils
Red onion
Serrano chile
Shiitake mushrooms


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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