Since we're a rather diverse group here I'd like to know what your usual dinner looks like. I HATE making grocery lists for the week but feel a lot more accomplished when I have it all written down, stuff bought and ready to go. Takes a lot of pressure off. We're carnivores and like meat/fish, not every night but I'll eat it. I don't buy a lot of prepackaged food or helper stuff. I will however buy pasta sauce, salsa etc for cooking, rather than make it myself. So I guess it's semi-from-scratch :). I read ingredients a LOT and I'm trying to keep everything as clean as possible. I'm not buying groceries with HFCS, BHTs, TBHQs, hydrogynated oils or artificial coloring and sweeteners other than sugar or stevia (even though I only enjoy stevia in combination with sugar).
Where do you find your recipes, what's your go to book/site?
Do you eat vegetarian?
Do you prep food for the entire week?
What was for dinner tonight?
I ususally find my recipes either in cookbooks (I like Tosca Rena's EAT CLEAN) or somewhere online, crockpot365 blog, allrecipes, pinterest etc.
We do have vegetarian meals, I try to squeeze two or three meat free meals in a week.
No, I don't prep for the week ahead. I will cook about four/five times a week and hope for leftovers or we have sandwiches :).
We had Chicken Chili tonight, found it on pinterest and I'm starting to get into Cilantro. I'm actually liking it.
FEEL FREE TO DISCUSS, this doesn't have to be a strict recipe thread. I wanna learn new stuff :).