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Old 11-10-2013, 08:03 PM
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We cook 2 or 3 meals a week, but they're definitely full of "cheats". Tonight we made a fancy spinach/chicken pasta, but we used a premade alfredo sauce. Tomorrow we'll have tacos, but that only involves browning ground turkey and adding the seasoning packet...
That's pretty much how I cook-"semi homemade".
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Probably only 3-4 nights a week. Monday and Tuesday I am usually still at school at dinner time so I eat on campus. Sunday I just don't feel like it, I do a bunch of homework and cleaning and then my two TV shows are on, so I usually have a frozen chicken pot pie. So Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday are open for me to make meals. I just have to stop forgetting to take things out to defrost.
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:11 PM
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Those 2-3 meals a week generally provide enough leftovers to fill the other days. We'll go out Friday or Saturday, and that's the week.
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:43 PM
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Pretty much every meal. We do go out usually for lunch after church though

Hubby and I both cook. We each have our specialties and our areas of "expertise" lol. Hubby is a fantastic cook
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Daily. We do have some nights we cheat though. Not too often
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Old 11-10-2013, 09:26 PM
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I used to cook every night, but now hardly anyone is home anymore so I have simple dinners for husband, dad and I, mostly soup and sandwiches, fish sticks or salads and have a bigger meal twice a week and eat the left overs other nights. My husband is a good cook and enjoys it. I never enjoyed cooking, always just did it because we had to eat.
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Old 11-10-2013, 10:11 PM
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So bad but me too... Other than maybe a sandwich and bagel or something...
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Old 11-10-2013, 11:13 PM
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Always. I do sometimes eat frozen stuff, but it's something I made (or assembled) and then froze - not something packaged at a plant or anything like that. Right now I'm really low on stuff in the freezer since I have no money and am low on food in general, so I don't have any spare cash to batch buy/cook. And it sucks because I'm really depressed and cooking is not something I want to do. So I guess it's good that about all I can afford is eggs because that's really frickin' easy to make for every meal...
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Old 11-10-2013, 11:31 PM
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I make supper 4-5 nights a week, some nights parts will be pre made, sorry but I am not making my own pasta or sauces, lol, nor do I bake bread! Usually I make chicken, we have beef one night a week, hubby wont eat fish and I wont eat pork so those are rarely ever cooked here. Hubby makes a pot of home made soup every 4-6 months but other then that he does little cooking.
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I cook every night, except on the odd nights we go out. 95% are from scratch
When I'm really unmotivated I get premade pizza dough and sauce. The I throw stuff on there and call it a meal.
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