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It is too hot to cook!
With that in mind, I’m looking to start using my slow cooker and toaster oven more. My goal is to not have to turn on the oven at all. I don’t use it that much anyway, so should be pretty easy to do. I’ve noticed though that even just using the stove is making it unbearable in here. It would help if I’d get around to calling the landlord about my A/C not working well. I want to clean up a little first, but it’s too hot to clean! LOL
Now on to this weeks…
Monday: Frozen Pizza
Tuesday: Stuffed Peppers
Wednesday: Beef Stroganoff with Brown Rice or Mashed Cauliflower
Thursday: Spaghetti Squash with Alfredo Sauce, Steak and broccoli
Friday: Angel Chicken with broccoli
I’ve decided I’m only going to plan five days a week throughout most of the summer. Sometimes Andrew isn’t here because he ends up staying with his grandma or aunt, so I’ll just shuffle things around accordingly. When he’s not home I don’t always fix a dinner. I usually just have a sandwich or snack off and on or something.
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Samya Walker says
Love your blog, I’m also a fibro-mom of two boys I definitely need to take a page out of your book and do dinner plans to make life a little easier, one thing I try to do is on my god days cook several main courses so that I can just warm up and add too on painful and fatigued days.
Shannon Smith says
It really does help me. Another site you might want to check out is onceaweekcooking.com/
She offers tips and recipes that are great for planning ahead freezer cooking.
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