In my opinion, planning a menu and finding a system that works for you is an entirely personal function. What works for one family or one individual may be entirely different from what works for another individual in the same type of situation. Personality types, budget, … [Read more...] about The Art of Menu Planning
Spring is here! See the flower? Too bad there is snow in the forecast for this week. Fluffy white snow...flowers...spring is dead. In honor of the winter-like weather, I'm making a Thanksgiving dinner to say goodbye to March. Comfort food to help me get through the snow … [Read more...] about The Monday Menu: March 30, 2009
Here's a look at our dinner menu for the week: Monday: Broiled cod with white cream sauce, roasted potatoes and peppers, Parmesan olive chop bread, organic spring mix side salad Tuesday: Bacon-wrapped tenderloin, cheesy rice, broccoli Wednesday: Soup swap Thursday: … [Read more...] about The Monday Menu: March 23, 2009
Planning a menu each week can save you time and money. It's worth it to consider a menu plan to simplify your life, and if you already have a process, it's always worth looking at possibilities to make it more functional for your family and your needs, both in the long run and … [Read more...] about Why Plan a Menu?