Here is a listing of the recipes I have posted previously in my weekly or monthly menu plans. I have broken them down into categories: Breakfast, Main dish, Side dish, and Dessert. If something is not where you think it should be, look in one of the other categories. An example of this could be Twice Baked Potatoes. I usually use it as a main dish, but it could also be a side dish.
Crepes (I find this recipe makes enough for two people. Multiply as needed.)
Boeuf Bourguignon – uses a pressure cooker
Chipotle-Chocolate Chili – from “Don’t Panic – More Dinner’s In The Freezer”
Elegant Steak Dionne – from “Don’t Panic – More Dinner’s In The Freezer”
Greek Meatballs with Mint (Keftethes) – from “Don’t Panic – More Dinner’s In The Freezer”
Herb Crusted Pork Chops – from “Don’t Panic – More Dinner’s In The Freezer”
Red Lentil Dal
Books and magazines I like:
I’m not a fan of all their recipes, but really like several. Also, they make it easy to multiply the recipes – they give you the ingredient amount for 1, 3, 6 and 9 times the recipe. They also lay out what you will be doing the day of preparation/cooking and the day of serving.
This is the December 2012 edition. Most editions have several recipes I want to try.
This book, “Cooking Light Annual Recipes 2003“, as all the recipes from 2003 in it, all 900+ of them. They do this each year. I just happened to pick up the one for 2003 and really liked it.
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