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Some of the most accessible recipes in the repertoire. 
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End of February Meal Plan

As if the world wasn’t challenging enough right now, Mother Nature decided to flick the light switches on and off hard this past week, with snow and cold and power outages turning many people’s worlds upside down. These recent days have been another level of challenging and scary for a lot of folks. For some cooking has been no easy feat.
 
So this newsletter contains some of the most accessible recipes in my repertoire. Fast, easy, minimal ingredient lists—pretty much five ingredients or less. Very flexible and no fancy footwork. Whether you are back in the saddle in the kitchen or still emerging from the storms, I hope you will find something delicious and doable.
 
Also, as you know, or assume, I write these newsletters days ahead of time. So, by the time this one lands in your inbox, I will be propped up in bed (I’m hoping) post foot surgery waiting for someone to bring me a cup of coffee and telling my family what to defrost and how to reheat. Anyway, I will just say the reason for the surgery rhymes with “onion,” and if I’m not up and at 'em as soon as possible I will be one grumpy Mom 100.
 
OK. Recipes.

A handful of ingredients and less than thirty minutes get you a delicious dinner that the whole family can get behind. This is the kind of recipe that makes salmon lovers out of skeptics. Truly.

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If you use jarred sauce, you literally just need to add pork. If you feel like making your own sauce, hooray, but if you have a favorite bottled brand, buy a chunk of pork, and in five minutes dinner will be underway (uh, but obviously plan ahead, because slow cooker).

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At once elegant and simple, these few ingredients come together in a kind of classy way. A pantry pasta kind of recipe.

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A delicious and easy twenty-minute meal you can throw together with pantry ingredients and any vegetables you like. Leftover shredded chicken also makes a good addition, but without it, this dish is vegetarian.

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Big fat pearls of couscous are blended up with that now-infamous green. An excellent, eye-catching all-in-one side.

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This lush, colorful chicken and filled pasta dish will have everyone vying for seconds. Prepared tortellini makes this a cinch.

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A mixed scramble of eggs, tortilla chips, peppers, onions, and cheese is the kind of breakfast (or dinner!) that makes a whole lot of people a whole lot of happy.

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BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE . . .
See More Recipes on TheMom100.com
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