(clockwise: tomato bisque, cannelloni, stuffed shells (for another week), extra stuffed shells, carrots and zuccs chopped for fancy ramen, zuccs diced for campanelli, shepard’s pie)
Sunday: Campanelli or Fancy Ramen (I prepped the stuff for both)
Monday: Tomato Basil Soup and Grilled Cheese (we’re not usually leftovers people (they just go bad in the fridge) but both of us could eat this soup every day)
Wednesday: Balsamic Chicken and Sausage Bake
Thursday: Eat Out
Friday: Italian Cannelloni (I sub sausage for the beef)
Saturday: Coconut Lentil Chicken Soup and Naan (previously frozen)
Sunday: Thanksgiving Dinner Part I at our place -turkey, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, gravy, pumpkin pie, sweet potato souffle, cranberry sauce and relish, stuffing pumpkin pie, tollhouse pie, something sweet from Beth
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Annie Bobannie says
I want to live with you…. :-)
great idea making all those meals at once! looks yummy
I posted a link to this blog post onto foodbuzz.com.
I think the advise you provide in this article might be useful to other food bloggers, too (and maybe get you a sub or two).
Mr. P says
Can you come and put all of that in my freezer, please? Thank you!
You definitely need to start eating leftovers. Make things like chili, or big casseroles, that you can make a bunch of once, then eat several more times that week.
We’ve tried to eat leftovers on multiple occassions but really unless I freeze part of it they always go bad, it’s usually a waste of food