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Meal Plan Problems Solved!
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Hey there,

How is everyone doing? Are you in the back-to-routine swing of things yet? In the groove, in control, making the magic happen, taking no prisoners?

Not me. My to-do list
which I moved to an online app with high hopeshas not only grown beyond recognition but has also magically subdivided itself into several subcategories, but I cannot remember where I put each task. I still have a bathing suit from earlier this summer to return (I think it’s just mine now). I believe I signed up to bring lunch for the football team post-game in the coming couple of weeks, but I should probably check on that date. I’m 15 emails behind in a thread for the Teacher/Staff Appreciation party, and every time I am ready to jump in like a double Dutch queen, it’s moved on again.

And all that aside, this coming weekend we’re going to get Jack all settled into his new dorm and his new life at college (Answer: Yes, it’s late
his school is on the quarter system and they start and end late.). So this week will be a whirlwind of duffel bags and desk lamps and last-minute sock shopping. There might be a pizza night . . . or two. And I won’t feel bad about it for one little second. The good thing about cooking? If you don’t do it today, you’ll all probably be hungry again tomorrow.
This pan sauce begs for some rice or crusty bread so you don’t lose one drop. Add a Spinach and Radish Salad with Feta.

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This is one of those super-fast pastas that you will be very happy to add to your repertoire, especially as many of us get swallowed up into back-to-school schedules. You will even have the time to make a green salad while the water comes to a boil, and prep the rest of the ingredients while the pasta cooks.

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Four ingredients, not including the salmon. Wow, right? Pair it up with rice and a salad, maybe Endive, Arugula, and Orange Salad if you’re feeling peppy (not much more work, I promise, just a really pretty plate of food).

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A simple sear, some simple seasonings, and a perfect simple roast that will yield leftovers for the whole weekend (sandwiches!). Roasted fingerling potatoes (also make extra! Leftover roasted potatoes, oh yes . . .) and some roasted cauliflower with or without the easy olive drizzle (add carrots, or not). Make use of that oven while it’s on.

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Old-school comfort food and happiness. Few dishes make my people happier. A light green crunchy salad is a must.

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BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE . . .
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