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Menu Plan Monday 4/2/12

I had to do some improvisation on last week’s menu. Often, things pop up that you need to be flexible enough to handle. Time is not a friend of that meat in your refrigerator. Over the weekend, I completely went off the plan, and spent the rest of the weekend catching up or *gasp* eating …

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Wondering what to pack the kiddos for lunch?

Sack Lunch Sunday http://www.stockpilingmoms.com/2012/03/stockpiling-moms-sack-lunch-sunday/

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Simplify your recipes (and your life) with Ziplist

If you have ever wondered how to simplify the shopping for and sharing of recipes, Ziplist may be just what you’re looking for. With Ziplist, you can enter your recipes, or add one of the thousands they have listed by other people, and create a shopping list of the items you will need. Ziplist’s grocery …

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Meal Plan Monday, week of 2/27/2012

We are starting a new adventure this week as OoTDad has been advised to begin eating a reduced sodium diet by his doctor. The rest of the family could use some (alot of) improvement in our diets as well. I’ve got a Weight Watchers membership that is failing to meet it’s potential due to me …

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Meal Plan Monday 2-20-12

I’m off for President’s Day, so I’m planning a departure from our usual Breakfast for Dinner Monday. I usually make Chicken Parmigiana¬†(courtesy Once a Month Mom) on Sundays since it takes a lot of time to flatten the chicken. The rest of the recipe is super simple. I haven’t frozen this recipe yet for future …

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Meal Plan Monday

I was vegging out in front of the TV when I saw a commercial of something so¬†delicious that I blurted out to Out of Time Dad, “I want to go to Golden Corral for Valentine’s Day.” “Uh, ok,” OoTDad responded, “cheap date.” I tried to cover quickly, “They have a chocolate fountain. I really do …

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Eat! Meal Planning

I’m tired. I have a mostly thankless job that taxes me more emotionally than physically, but still at the end of the work day, the last thing I want to do is go to the grocery store, with or without OoTToddler, and scavenge for dinner. Too often when I’m shopping at the end of the …

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