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Operation Cook for Tomorrow

Success! Operation Cook for Tomorrow has been successfully executed. It's only 2:30 and already I have completed:

One batch of Short Sharp Chops
One batch of Pork Ragout
One batch of Vegetarian Polenta "Lasagna"
One batch of Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Beans
Two Alabama Meat Loaves

Beans are soaking for Red Beans and Rice

Still on the agenda:
Tomato-Basil Lasagna with Proscuitto
Chicken Tetrazzini
Moroccan Chicken and Lentils

I also have some additional ingredients that I might get creative with. I still have two thick-cut boneless center cut pork chops, a pound and a half ground beef, about a pound of hot Italian sausage, a bag and a half of frozen meatless "crumbles", mushrooms, red peppers, a red onion, two danish squashes, a couple of cans of pumpkin and some other goodies. Some Pumpkin Bread is definitely in order, if nothing else.

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Anonymous Anonymous Says:

Hey, if you have time sometime I'd love to borrow some of those recipes! I am looking for meals we can freeze before the baby arrives so John and I won't have to fuss with cooking for the first couple of weeks after she's born.


Anonymous Anonymous Says:

D'ohh! Didn't notice yesterday that all the recipes are linked. :) I am an idiot.


Blogger Nikchick Says:

Your brain leaks through the placenta during pregnancy, didn't anyone warn you?

I was much smarter before I had Kate. :) On the other hand, she's doing a good job with the smarts she leeched out of me, so I have no regrets.

I have a bunch of other good freezer-ready recipes; in fact, if you have the time/energy to do a weekend cook job, I could pair up with you and fill that freezer for you in plenty of time pre-Baby Girl.

Anonymous Anonymous Says:

That would be lovely! Thank you! If I still have enough of my gray matter left to remember how to cook by then, let's touch base about it Januaryish.

Jenny of the disappearing brain


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