This is the first year we’re staying home for the entire Pesach. A couple years ago, we went to my in-laws for the first days and came back chol hamoed, hosting my in-laws for the second half of Yom Tov (they are easy guests AND helped cook, so it was actually pretty fantastic). I don’t recommend… Continue reading Menu Planning for Pesach!
As of late, I have slacked off to the max on the meal planning. A combination of energy level, disorganization, and a reluctance to acknowledge that my cooking needs have shifted have made a different strategy a must. Instead of developing that new strategy, I’ve just avoided menu planning entirely. And how’s that working out… Continue reading Back in the Menu Planning Saddle Again
I have a confession to make: I didn’t menu plan at all in August. Not once. You can imagine me, wandering the aisles of the supermarket aimlessly, with only a list of essentials, without focus and drive. Our dinner situation was less than ideal many times. It was a disaster! Thankfully, my husband is supremely… Continue reading September Menu Plan
One of the posts today on Kosher on a Budget (one of my favorite blogs ever) was the February Monthly Meal Plan. Yeah, for the whole month! I really like the idea of planning on that level, but, as usual, my first thought was, “Oh, I’m just not there right now.” And then I had… Continue reading February Menu Planning