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Meal-Plan Problems Solved!
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How are we all doing? Getting on that holiday shopping? Signing up for the class potluck? Planning those cookie swap parties? Gearing up for the office Secret Santa gift exchange (or whatever it’s called these days)? Finalizing that family vacation? Keeping our heads above water? 
 
Uh, yeah. I’m batting about .300 on all of the above, which I gather is good for a major league baseball player, but translates to a 30% achievement rate on the old to-do list. But some things will get done well, and some things will just get done, and I’m sifting through the tasks and methodically assigning them priority. No, that’s not true
I’m just kidding. I’m playing the proverbial whack-a-mole and doing things as they demand attention/erupt/can no longer be avoided.
 
"Wow, Katie, that was inspiring! Thanks for the great tips!" Now, we’ll move on to the next task at hand. Dinner.
Can you make a Texas-style brisket in the oven? Try this recipe and see for yourself! Serve with Basic Mac and Cheese and some sautéed kale or Honey Mustard Green Beans.

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Nutty and warming and different. The soup may be muted in hue, but not in flavor. And if you pair it with Roasted Carrots with Spinach Parsley Pesto, there will be no shortage of color on the table.

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A handful of Indian spices turn a couple of ingredients into a full meal. You can just add a salad, such as Arugula, Orange, and Pomegranate Salad.

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Please, just look at that glorious crust. The wonderful flavors of Korean foodsesame, ginger, soy, hot saucepair perfectly with the easy taste of pork. Serve this with Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts and brown rice.

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The smell of this chock-a-block stew is like a big old hug. It’s simple to pull together, but absolutely company worthy. Pair it with Romaine and Slivered Kale Salad with Lemon Dressing.  

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And because it’s Friday, celebrate the end of the work week with some dessert! This Devil’s Food Cake is rich and chocolatey and hits all the best notes. The fudgy topping over the chocolate buttercream is truly easy to make yet optional (but you know you want it).

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BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE . . .
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