Sunday Food Prep

Hello All!  I don’t normally post on Sundays, but while food prepping for the week (aka: spending hours in the kitchen) I was inspired.  I’m linking up to the weekly “Menu Planning Challenge” where readers can get meal planning inspiration.

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My Sunday included some time with online grocery weekly ads, my list, and a spreadsheet.  Oh – and coffee.  Always coffee.

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Then I head off to the grocery store.  Today was great because the store was so empty.  It snowed here in NC last night, so a lot of people were a little timid of the roads.  (Like Leia – she wasn’t a fan of the snow at all!)

snow      kitty

Then I get to cooking!  Along with cooking ducks for dinner, which includes defrosting, a saltwater brine, and 5 hours for baking, I made Jamie’s Protein Pumpkin Bars and prepped what I could for the week.

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I’m eating the same thing for breakfast, lunch, and snack all week, so I’ll share more on that on Wednesday (WIAW).

  • Any other nerds use spreadsheets when meal planning?  (I almost make a really nerdy nutrition and Excel pun about macros, but I refrained.  You’re welcome.)
  • See any snow?

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11 Responses to Sunday Food Prep

  1. Yay, thanks for linking up! :) Sounds like a delicious week. I need to add salmon to our menu again soon. And I love that you use an excel spreadsheet- my husband uses them for everything!

  2. That rice pilaf looks so pretty! I’ll have to give that a try! It’s been awhile since I’ve made the pumpkin protein bars, but those are really good!

  3. Jen says:

    Never tried TJs red curry sauce, might have to pick some up. I love curry :)

  4. We had salmon for dinner. One of my favorites for sure. I’ve got to pick up TJs red curry. Sounds amazing!

    • Tiff says:

      Funny thing is, I don’t like salmon OR asparagus! The hubby does though, and I know they’re good for me. I can suck it up every now and again. ;)

  5. Thanks for linking up with What’s for Dinner!

    I don’t use a spreadsheet specifically but I do use my ipad for planning, shopping and preparing my weekly menus and meals.

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  7. You definitely upped the ante by using a spreadsheet! My husband would be sooooo impressed! Currently, I use a list app on my phone to help organize meals for the week. It works pretty well.

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