Originally Posted by ellsbebc
I've been on a recent kick of homemade meatballs. Use Italian sausage and ground meat of your choice plus a bunch of random shit. Brown those suckers in skillet and toss into pot of marinara.
Speaking of, I have no problem rating the same meal for lunch and dinner for an entire week. Does anyone else do this? I made 2lbs of meatballs and ate that for Mon-Fri last week.
I make a weeks worth of the same lunch. Right now it is spinach salad with salmon, tomatoes, avocado, almonds, and dried cranberries with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. It isn't particularly great but it hits all the numbers and doesn't take too long. The trick is packaging everything separately and combining right when you go to eat it.
Originally Posted by sonick
I usually make lunch for the week and have the same thing. Not sure if I could do both lunch and dinner. The main thing is it's gotta taste decent even after reheating.
I can't for the life of me choke down a dry plain microwaved reheated chicken breast.
I've been thinking about slow cooking chicken and using vinegar infused with hot peppers for a healthy, low sodium take on eastern Carolina style bbq.