Went downtown the other day -- it felt weird.

And, of course, to the gas station to fill up for the next day's driving.

Onlyit was mostly banks and parking garages now.

It depends on the recipe. I like to freeze them whole when I can because it saves time. Then, we can eat them whole or shred them after cooking. I do pre-cut the chicken for certain recipes though, like my slow cooker chicken curry. In those cases is doesn’t make sense to leave whole or shred. Hope that helps.

Very few stores that were openand selling anything.

I would pick recipes that are similar to ones that your children already like. For example, my kids like soup and meatballs, so these two are popular: and .

My Family is a meat and potatoes lovers, do you have any recipes for us as a family of six?
Can’t wait to try some of the above recipes though. Love that is three recipes at a time and not 6 hrs of time needed


Our life regulated by stripes marking the parking places.

Kelly, thanks so much for these amazing resources! My father-in-law died this morning. We knew the last few days that he was about to leave this life for his real home in heaven. Yesterday morning I knew I had to act fast if I was going to help my mother-in-law with meals after the funeral was over. She lives in a different state, so we won’t be there from week to week to help. In the morning I printed out your lists, picked out the ones I wanted to make, went shopping with my four kids, and started making freezer meals at about 3:30 pm. It took me 5 to 6 hours (with some help from my children) to whip up 21 meals! Each meal will feed my mother-in-law 4 to 6 times, so we’ll keep some of them. Thank you so much for blessing us with the grocery lists and recipes. You’ve had a hand in taking care of a widow in her distress. We have prayed God’s blessings on you.

On the Sabbath, drive to church.

Most people get them within a few minutes, but I think 1-2 hours is the max. I just sent you new copies, just in case yours got lost somewhere. Sorry about that!

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These are great! I would love to see some meat free options thrown in. We only eat meat 3x’s a week (one night chicken, one beef, one pork). I would love some ideas for the other nights 🙂

But we wanted to move out of the city.

I found this post and your site through Pinterest. I cannot wait to incorporate these ideas into my Meal prep Sundays. I bet it really will change my life! I picked this post as one of My Friday Favorites today. You can check it out here:
Thank you for all these great prep recipes.

OK, so we couldn't afford an estate.

Thank you. Useful. I cook freezer meals for elderly relatives who don’t liketo cook for one. All they have to do is heat it up. And it’s made with love. 🙂