By Marie Silvio
September 27, 2015

Every Sunday, we publish a week of 58wang dinner plans filled with our favorite recipes—both from current issues and classics. Each meal is designed to be ready and on the table in about an hour so that you have time to enjoy the food you’ve prepared and the company of those you’ve prepared it for.

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The PlanMonday: + Tuesday: Wednesday:  + Thursday: Friday:  + Brunch Bonus:

Monday: This is the perfect hands-on dinner to have the kids help with while you enjoy a glass of wine. There is a ¼ cup of dry white wine in the so the rest is yours to enjoy. It is Monday, after all. While the are keeping warm in the marinara sauce, you will have plenty of time to cook the broccolini. Feel free to add a few cloves of garlic if you’re feeling crazy.

Tuesday: An adaptation from Jacques Pépin’s newest cookbook, our uses pancetta to add flavor to this classic French stew. This is the absolute epitome of comfort food and will best be enjoyed surrounded by your loved ones.

Wednesday: Break out the Dutch oven so 25-minute comfort food classic will come together in a snap. While the  is finishing up, start your to complete this balanced meal.

Thursday: Don’t be intimidated by cooking fish because it’s simple, easy, and quick! This is no exception and is the perfect dish for those nights when you’d rather spend most of it rela and not cooking.

Friday: Fridays mean one thing to me: pizza. And nothing is packed with more veggies and nutrients than our . If you have time the night before, this can easily be made in advance and frozen. While the pizza is cooking in the oven you have plenty of time to throw together this very simple as a side dish to cap off this perfect meal.

Brunch Bonus: Saturday morning calls for a treat, and we’ve got just the thing. Make a little extra of the berry mixture from our waffles and use it for a yogurt topping.