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Old 10-27-2011, 12:30 PM
 
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I really need to make a schedule of what type of meal to have on each night, instead of winging it.  At least I'd have some sort of plan.  I like the "pizza night", "pasta night", "roast night", "soup", etc...I really need to adopt that method.


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Old 10-27-2011, 04:31 PM
 
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I really need to make a schedule of what type of meal to have on each night, instead of winging it.  At least I'd have some sort of plan.  I like the "pizza night", "pasta night", "roast night", "soup", etc...I really need to adopt that method.


Yesh, it saves my life, but you have to find a time each week when you can do a meal and shopping plan to go along with your themes. I do it before I go shopping. I make a list of five suppers, based on my themes or I go through cookbooks or my recipes to get ideas. Then I plan four meals and then make a shopping list from that. Even when I don't make the specific meal I made, I have a plan I can adapt to something else and the found in the house to do it. When could you make your list?

 

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