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Does anyone keep one?
Yesterday I printed out some blank calendar sheets, and I want to keep track of what we have for dinner every night. I don't have a purpose in mind, just feel like tracking it for a while.

Holly
 
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That's a good idea if you tend to get into a rut with meals. For us - it is usually an adventure so I had not thought about it.

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On second thought = not a bad idea for using planned left overs. I have a bad habit of tossing meats especially because I left it too long in the fridge before reusing.

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No, other than posting on the dinner thread here!

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No, but I do feel our meals are in a rut sometimes. Mostly because I'm tired of cooking.


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Originally posted by Florida Farm Girl:
No, but I do feel our meals are in a rut sometimes. Mostly because I'm tired of cooking.


Me too! Tired of cooking. I have yard work that needs done and I could spend the time there more productively!


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I enjoy cooking, when I have the time and inclination. Work interferes with both, LOL.
 
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Hub requested pizza for tonight, but I've got other plans.

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned Chicken 65. Decided to experiment: changed the chicken to flounder. Oh my is it ever wonderful!
 
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If we are having visitors for a few days, I'll make up list, but otherwise, no.
 
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Like CJO I only make menu lists when expecting company. I plan all meals so I am sure to have all ingredients on hand.


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