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Late September Meal Plan

Hello, hello, hello!
I am especially cheerful in greeting you all today because thanks to a super cool sweepstakes we did with Kuhn Rikon we have many new “faces” in our little corner of the cooking world. Welcome to you all—so glad you are here, and I hope you will make yourselves right at home.
So, what’s the sitch with the Mom 100/Katie Workman website? Well the first thing to know is that if either of my sons knew I used the word “sitch” they would make gagging noises and forbid me to speak to them for the rest of the afternoon. So let’s just not tell them.
In this newsletter, and on, you will find recipes, cooking tips, menus, how-tos, and loads of other bits and bobs that all aim to make you a better, more confident, more comfortable cook. Nothing precious, no sous vide, no foams, just good food that you want to cook and that the people you love want to eat. Think Chicken Parmigiana, Late Summer Cobb Salad, Slow Cooked Pork Roast, Oven-Baked Beef Brisket, Instant Pot Ziti “Lasagna,” Fudgy One-Pot BrowniesThink Creamy Tuscan Chicken, Greek-Style Spaghetti Squash with Shrimp, Perfect Mashed Potatoes, Korean Pork Chops, Air Fryer Mozzarella Sticks, Roasted Carrots with Tapenade Dressing, and Streusel Apple Pie.
Or maybe you want to know how to cook perfect brown rice on the stove. Or quinoa, or bulgur wheat. Refresh yourself on how to cut up a butternut squash. Maybe you’re looking to learn how to make crispy tortilla strips, or what to do with dragon fruit, or how to pull together a graze board worthy of Instagram, or how to spin up perfect streusel topping in the food processor. Yup, let’s do this. Oh, and the holidays are coming! Lots to choose from, but wait till you see what’s on deck . . .
I live in NYC (which contrary to current belief is not apocalyptic) with my husband, two sons (well, one is in college, at least for the moment, she said, holding her breath), and a seriously ridiculously cute but poorly behaved puppy. I’m very active in hunger issues, I exercise because I know I have to, I feel badly that people have been hating on carbs, I’m a sucker for a dry white wine, and I cook a lot. Which makes sense. And I’m right there with you in feeling like the world is a pretty precarious place right now. Which makes cooking and feeding our people all the more necessary and rewarding. And I love to hear from you, truly I do. Recipe requests? Cooking questions? Feel like saying hey? Please do bring it.
So, if fussiness and stress in the kitchen are not your friends, you have come to the right place. Let’s get dinner on the table, make our friends feel welcome (in a socially distanced way, of course), find some new inspiration, and get a bit more cooking know-how under our belts.
 Here’s what’s on the roster for this week!

Crunchy fish meets creamy tzatziki sauce—I like these kinds of meetings.

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A piece of pork cooked low and slow in the slow cooker is magical. This version is delicious and it makes use of apples, which are plentiful in markets right now, and also—it’s cheap. I know it’s not always becoming to speak of food as inexpensive, but it is, and that’s just the facts.

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This is a perfect autumn salad, and it comes together in 10 minutes.

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Tender with crispy edges, and a pop of salty cheese and fresh parsley, these savory sweet potatoes are an easy but festive side dish.

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Speaking of apples, this is the first thing I make after every apple picking expedition.

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