As you can see Stacy is our Rock Star in the kitchen, she can bake and cook anything. I always want to go eat there.
However, for those of us that work out side the home or don't have the skills listed above(not as to say you can't learn), I would like to add some tips that work for me.
The biggest things I have learned here are
Time savers in the kitchen:
1. Precooking foods that can be used and warmed later or used as ingredients later. I often do this with chicken and turkey.
This sounds all good in theory BUT I have extremely picky eaters and a husband that eats late.
kmotto2002 wrote:This sounds all good in theory BUT I have extremely picky eaters and a husband that eats late.
We have 4 people usually, but DD is away at college some, so maybe we can call it 3.5, but she is home a lot of weekends and I send food up to her. We are at about $75 a week, and probably if you push it, maybe $100.
I have the same experience with the Crockpot (though I do use it quite often).
Lots of great ideas here!
Arryl, I may be able to help you with the crockpot question, though I'm no expert I use mine all the time. :)