Thursday, June 13, 2013

PREP WORK MAKES IT EASY

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SEEMS LIKE EVERYTIME WE GET BACK ON THE EAT RIGHT WAGON, WE’RE FACED WITH RUNNING TO & FRO, TOO BUSY, TOO TIRED TO COOK A REAL MEAL LEAVING THE EASY WAY OUT…GO OUT TO EAT! LOL! I GOT TO THINKING ABOUT THE FREZER MEALS I DID A FEW MONTHS BACK, & THE SALAD IN THE JARS HUMMM THIS COULD WORK! THE FIRST TWO WEEKS YOU’RE JUST CUTTIGN OUT BREADS, STARCHES, FRUITS & SUGARS WHICH ARE ADDED BACK AFTER THE 2 WEEKS & BELIEVE ME HE’S COINTING THE DAYS WHEN HE CAN HAVE RICE , LOL! HE LOVES RICE!

LET’S START THE DAY OFF WITH AN OMELET MADE WITH EGSS, CHEEESE, DICED HAM, SALSA, & SOUR CREAMsouthbeach01

NOW LETS GET TO COOKING

SQUASH,BLACKEYED PEAS, PINTOS, COLLARDSsouthbeach02

LEMON PEPPER CHCICKEN, ITALIAN CHICKEN,SEASONED CHOPS southbeach03

CHICKEN KABOBS W/ONION,SQUASH, EGG PLANT THEN WRAPED WITH SERAN WRAP & FROZE FOR GRILLING MAYBE?  southbeach05

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PREP WORK SURE  MAKES ONE HUNGRY LOL! southbeach07

MOVING RIGHT ALONG

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I LOVE THESE SEE THROUGH LIDS

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THEN THERE’S SALADS, TRADITIONAL,CUBED HAM, ROASTED CHICKEN STRIPS, I DIDN’T ADD DRESSING THIS TIME SINCE I DUMP MINE IN A BOWL ANYWAY& DRESSING ONLY TAKES A SEC TO ADD LOL

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WHILE I’M AT IT HOW ABOUT A CHEF SALAD FOR SUPPERsouthbeach11

IT’S GOOD TO KNOW LUNCH IS TAKEN CARE OF WHEN YOU’VE GOT IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO LIKE PICKING WILD PLUMS LOL!

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5 comments:

Sew Blessed Maw said...

What a smart idea.. The salad in the jars, are so cute.. How long will the salad last in the jars?

Nanna said...

sew blessed, the salad will last up to around 2 weeks even with adding the dressing, the trick is to have the dressing on the bottom not letting it touch the lettuce,I didn't add the dressing this time
Helen

KayoticSewing said...

I used to do a similar protein based diet with no grains but fell off track as it was difficult to come back home and cook after a long day at work and have started freezing 'some' stuff to reduce my workload. And have been thinking about getting back on track. Your post has given me plenty of ideas now. Thanks for sharing.

Can you share how you cook your squash? And also what type of containers those are.. Does the food get frost bitten at all?

Nanna said...

@kayotic...I found the sectional plates at walmart, no frost bite, I let the food cool before I put them in the freezer, I usually just sautate my squash & onions in butter but here I just added just enough water to cook it till done

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