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November 8th, 2017Posted by Mike Strauss

Meal Delivery Menu for Monday, November 13th, 2017

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Before diving into next week's menu, have you seen our Thanksgiving Fixins' Menu? Avoid the stress and mess of cooking and make your Thanksgiving feast a huge success by ordering "everything but the turkey" from Grateful Plate. To explore the menu, click hereBe sure to place your orders early- order deadline is just eight days away- Thursday, November 16th!

For this Monday, we will be dishing up a couple different types of Bar-B-Que. First, in the form of Korean BBQ Sauce to accompany our Sunflower Seed Crusted Tofu. This dish has it all: great texture, sweetness, a little heat and it comes with a new grain option, Veggie "Fried" Millet! The other BBQ option is our BBQ Salmon with Chili Lime Toasted Pumpkin Seeds and Wild Rice. This entree is loaded with flavor and is a great way to give one of our salmon options a fun twist!

Our friends at Primal Supply Meats have helped us procure some absolutely wonderful cuts of meat this week. First is the pork loin that will be served as one of the three protein options for the Cashew and Vegetable Stir Fry with your choice of Pork, Chicken or Tofu. The other meat option this week is ourSlow Cooked Lamb with Herb Yogurt Sauce over Whole Wheat Couscous. The herb yogurt sauce will be served on the side, and can be omitted to make this dish dairy free.       

Last and certainly not least, as chilly weather settles in, we welcome you to try our Winter Vegetable Miso Soup. This isn't your average Miso Soup with broth and a little tofu and maybe some veggies. Our miso soup is packed with fresh, hearty vegetables and is bursting with flavor! Miso is a salty paste made from fermented soy beans, and is used to flavor soups, sauces and gravies. Soy beans are one of the most highly subsidized foods in the world, so we always use organic, minimally processed soy products.

Cheers and Chew Well!