You might look through back issues of the magazine "Everyday Food" (they actually just stopped printing paper issues and are now exclusively online) to see their feature that's all about menu-plannning for a week. What's nice is that they give you five dinners AND a grocery list. The approach is pretty creative -- you'll feature the same herb in a few dishes so you (1) only buy one and (2) actually use it all. There's also a lot of smart shortcuts for leftovers, like using leftover roast chicken in a soup a few nights later (but usually more clever, to be honest). I think that looking at a few issues will probably inspire you to get some ideas. But it's definitely seasonal and budget-friendly if you buy and use everything in a few simple, healthy dinners.
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