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  1. What are your "must haves" or "bibles": ~books ~blogs ~storage containers ~ foil/wax paper/food saver vacuum/mason jars /butcher paper/parchment paper? ~preparation tools (giant cauldron sized stock pots? :tongue_smilie:) Any other hints, tips and tricks? I hate daily meal planning, cooking, clean up. If I did all the planning and cooking in large chunks, the resulting daily clean up would probably be much easier and we'd eat healthier, at home meal at LOT more often. I have ideas for make ahead "fast food" for breakfast and lunches. Burritos, breakfast burritos, egg "mcmuffins", pancakes, etc. For suppers I'm leaning toward just having a lot of stuff pre-cooked like chicken breasts, rice, mashed potatoes along with some casseroles (like lasagna). My hang up for lasagna et. al is the cook/freeze/thaw/reheat vessels - I'd prefer not to use disposable. So what do you recommend? I want to go on a huge shopping/Amazon ordering spree and get everything I need. I've thought about it many times before but was always put off by the intial cost. However, if I added up all the money we've spent eating out & tossing wasted food in the past few months I'm sure I could have purchased all the necessities 3 times over by now.
  2. A friend just had a baby, and I would like to make some freezer meals to ease her workload. She has a husband and two other children. Any suggestions besides lasagna?
  3. I'm pregnant and due in July, and I want to have my freezers stocked with meals to make the transition easier. I also have another friend (also due in July) that wants to do this. We have composed a list of meals, both breakfast and dinner. Now, we just need to come up with a game plan. We've never frozen a meal before. We would love to have 2 months of meals frozen by July. We are thinking of starting in May. For those experienced with freezers meals, we would appreciate any tips that you may have. Thanks!
  4. I got a new edition of a once a month cooking book and made dh buy ingredients for two weeks worth and today my 12yob who loves to cook joined me, who does not like to cook... We chopped, sauteed, stirred, cut and everything else and made 17-18 meals today!! I think we will really like a few of them... mostly like most of the rest and might not like one of them... I am cooking through the book, cover to cover to increase our meal options. Buying for two weeks today saved us money, too! We'll have to get fresh milk, fresh fruit and veggies every 3-4 days, but we do that already... What I detest about cooking is the time it takes... and not having a plan. So, I am excited!!
  5. Explain to me how this works, please. I'm not sure I understand entirely how OAMC works. If I use this menu is this supposed to make enough food for 1 month? Or is this just food I'm cooking and setting aside for some later date? What do you eat on the day you do all your cooking?
  6. i really like this concept especially since one of my goals for the year is to eat homemade meals more often. we eat out and order in A LOT! i'd like to make meals ahead of time and then just take them out and throw in the oven in the evening. what kind of supplies do i need other than a deep freezer? i'm thinking freezer bags. what kind of containers do you put your casseroles in? i live out of the country so a trip to the dollar store for those disposable casserole dish is not an option. :-( do i need to just buy a whole bunchof metal bakeware? does anyone who does this have any other advice for me? what are things that freeze well? what doesn't freeze well? thanks, seema
  7. What kinds of dishes would you fill it with? Would you also do some canning of stuff to make up meals? I think this is a great idea and really know two people who really would benefit from it.
  8. It's a family affair! We are taking a break for lunch, but we have already done *3 bags of taco meat *3 bags of plain ground hamburger for soups and chili *1 bag of cheese and beef enchiladas *1 meatloaf *1 package meatballs We have a turkey cooked to make turkey and cheese enchiladas, having plain turkey for soup. I have 2 chickens in the oven. Later we will shred it and make a few bags of BBQ shredded chicken, chicken quesadillas, spicy chicken. I am making 3 pizzas, pancakes, several batches of spanish rice and garlic rice. I am also making some chicken stirfry. WHEW!!! If this works out well, we are planning on making it a monthly 'family day' I am SUPER excited! Thanks again for posting about this. I had never even considered it before.
  9. I thought I would post some pics of what I made this weekend! I am using BPA free (ZipLock Brand) freezer bags and Glad Cling wrap (which is supposed to be safer) when the bags or wrap touch the food. I'm still experimenting with freezer meals, and I am exhausted, but my first session of freezer cooking (a couple of weeks agao) was such a success, I am hooked! :D (some of the pictures are in the next comment--there were too many pictures for this message). Bean and Chicken Burritos Pizzas Chicken Hawaiian and brown rice Twice baked potatoes Sweet potato pie filling Meatballs Pasta Parmesan Supreme (more in the next comment...)
  10. Can you share your sites, tips etc... There are 4 of us and hubby works many nights. How do you start this??
  11. I am interested in trying this--or at least starting with twice a month cooking :) What are your favorite books, websites, or tips?
  12. Anyone else gearing up for morning breakfasts or lunches using the Once a Month Cooking method? I use to do this every month but during the later school months last year stopped. I am now preparing a list so I can prepare some protein filled breakfast meals for all of us before we begin our day. So far I'm thinking of..for breakfast...eggs are easy enough to prepare along with a slice of toast. Homemade Hashbrowns Bacon Breakfast "Hot Pockets" Muffins I'm doing our own homemade "lunchables". And I found some neat lunch-boxes at Goodwill that I've cleaned up and will surprise the kids with on the first day of school at lunch time!
  13. Let's say you wanted to do...even twice a month cooking. Just...have things more on hand than not. Stick a casserole in the freezer instead of a frozen pizza. How small of a freezer could you get away w/ for 6 people? I have a neighbor who manages, but I really can't fathom. Dh already calls me Mary Poppins for what I can fit in a freezer/car trunk. (Gosh, I sound like the mafia now.) Anyway, thoughts?
  14. I'm finding it hard to get dinner ready now. We don't microwave (although I'm considering it). My husband is never here or ready to eat around 6 which is the best time for the rest of us to eat. I need more freezer food. The thing is we eat vegetarian most of the time. None of us can do a lot of cheese. Premade frozen veg items are either expensive, don't make enough, or have way too much dairy in them. I'm going to try and start freezing extras of what I make. I'm making pizza tonight. Can I just bake it half-way, let cool, wrap and freeze. Any suggestions? I'll make some with pepperoni and cheese, some veggie with cheese, and some vegan.
  15. You said you do beans in the crockpot so it takes less time and put them in the freezer. Do you all have other suggestions on things that are handy to do in bulk them take out as needed.
  16. I came across this website and wondered if any of you have tried a once-a-month cooking approach. It sounds a bit complicated to plan a "Cooking Day," but I already cook only once per week (Monday mornings, bright and early :D). Once a month sounds like quite a project! I don't know if it would work with my children being so young -- they like attention from me about every four seconds! Would I lose my place in the "flow" of cooking with all the interruptions? :lol: I've done freezer meals before, just not with anyone else's system. I packed those tasty meals in freezer bags, laid flat, with the directions on the bags. This was very convenient when my extended family was going through a major life change and I was working full-time. We could pull out a meal in the morning and cook it in a few minutes in the evening. Have you tried a 30-Day system? What works? What doesn't? :bigear:
  17. So, I just finished my first day of "freezer cooking," aka 30-day gourmet. I've got a question for those of you who do this: Is this practical for scratch-cooks? Now, mind you, I don't presently have a food processor. But I've chopped so many vegetables in the last 36 hours . . . (not to mention cooking 5 pounds of dry beans yesterday so they'd be ready for today . . .) Today I just adjusted several of our customary recipes - with all the chopping that went along with them. The recipes I've seen seem to favor cans, mixes, and pre-made dressings, etc. We don't have the money to do that - if I'm going to do this to save time, I've got to keep it on the same budget that we normally use. That means dry beans, scratch spice-mixes, scratch biscuits, no meat-centered meals, etc. Is this practicable? Note: I'm at the end of the day now and am veerrrrry tired. I just want to know it can get better. Or that it's worth it. Or something! Help? Mama Anna
  18. I'm having a lot of family over during the week after Christmas and I don't want to spend the entire time in the kitchen. We'll have eight adults (there may be a day or two with eleven adults) and then my four kids eating. I'd like to prepare nice meals, but I really want to limit my kitchen time. I thought I could do some cooking now and then freeze things so that dinner is easy and well planned once they get here. So far I've thought of doing: Lasagna - I can freeze this ahead of time and then make caesar salad and garlic cheese toast on the night we eat it. Chili - Paired with a green salad and multi-grain rolls and possibly wild rice. Pies - we'll need desserts as well so I thought pies would be easy to freeze. Muffins - does freezing the batter in the muffin cups and then baking them from a frozen state really work? If so, I'll make a few dozen muffins so we can have them fresh in the mornings. I need more ideas! I'll take breakfast, dinner, and lunch ideas - dessert, too. Anything I can make ahead and freeze or prepare easily on the day we eat would be great. Thanks!
  19. I am so tired - just cooked 40 meals and do not want to ever do that again LOL! I was thinking about cooking a recipe x4 twice a week to keep our freezer full of OAMC meals and to lessen the chaos of cooking the montly meals all at once over a few days. Does anyone do this? Any advice on this or any ideas on excellent OAMC recipes that your family loves? I reluctantly tried the Duggars Tater Tot Casserole and my family is nuts for it - go figure! :001_huh:
  20. In my area, we have several businesses where you can go in and in one hour, put together 6-8 meals to pack in your freezer for future use. I love the concept but am too cheap to pay to go and do it. Do you have a meal that you love to make ahead and freeze? Will you share the recipe? Cathy
  21. Is anyone doing this? If so, are you going somewhere to do it or do you do it on your own? Is there a cookbook or other book out there that would help? With our strange schedules these days, I need something to help with meal time. TIA, Brigitte
  22. I am desperately trying to learn how to be more disciplined and domestic, etc. Can anyone share some insight as to HOW they meal plan, what tools you use, anything to keep in mind, what sites you use? (etc etc) Thankyou in advance!
  23. Looking to make some meals ahead and freeze them for when the baby comes. Any suggestions for meals that freeze and re-heat well? Nothing to elaborate. I'd like to take one Sunday after church to make a weeks worth of meals or so w/ the dc. Thanks.
  24. I think the idea to take frozen dinners to my sister after she has her baby is an excellent one. We actually stocked up our freezer with quality frozen meals from a delivery service right before the birth of our second child, and it was so nice to just have to preheat the oven and bake whatever we chose from the freezer for dinner that night. I'm thinking that Ree's lasagna would be one good choice, but I can't think of anything else. Any ideas? Thanks:)
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