This stew is an amazing alternative to beef stew, the flavors of the Guinness Stout, the bay leaves, and the caraway seeds all blend perfectly to create a hearty, warm, and delightfully filling meal. I love a good stew, no matter if it is a thin broth or a thick broth, and you can make this BOTH ways!
When I say this was amazing, I mean it truly was mind blowing how good this turned out. It was creamy, melty, warm, and comforting just like a pot of homemade mac n cheese should be. This is on our make again list for sure!
We all enjoy a good crispy and warm pierogi, so when I saw this recipe I knew we had to give a try. Its simple, easy, and would be a great one to teach young children to make or even for a college student on a budget. With the meat, veggies, cheese, and warm pierogis is a hearty and satisfying meal that could easily make it on to anyone make again list. I know it did for us! We really enjoyed not only how easy it was but how good it was too.
I hope you enjoy this round of dinner meal planning and that it helps someone else out there answer the age old question of “What’s for dinner?!” I find that it really does help with that especially in a household full of Neurodivergent people. Now this post is a little different than the other two because I have not made some of these yet and have only just found some of the new recipes to inspire me for the coming 2 week dinner meal plan. There are some classic ones in the list that I have made in the past and some that I hope will be new ones to add to the ” Make Again” arsenal.
This is one of my go-to soups for cold weather, and it is a family favorite. It is both hardy and flavorful, perfect when paired with some warm biscuits out of the oven or even some focaccia bread.
Simple Ground Turkey Rigatoni Soup: [ You could even do this in a crockpot- Just cook your meat first before tossing it into the crockpot] Ground Beef or Turkey [1-5 lbs] depending on how much you want to make.
Who doesn’t love a good set it and forget it meal, I adore my crockpot during fall and winter months, it makes it so much easier to make more than one thing at a time. This crockpot pork curry was so tender it fell apart before we even really got to shredding the meat.