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Volume III
August 19, 2011

Weekly Home / 5-Day Meal Plan

5 - Day Meal Plan

By Calli Rhoades

Download these recipes into your Cook'n software. Then, you can save time and money by using your Cook'n software to make a grocery list! Save time by using the dovetailing and "prepare-ahead-of-time" features designed into this menu!


Dovetailing Tips: Today is onion chopping day. Chop 4 onions and you will have enough to get through this whole week! Easy as that. You can also take a minute and just prepare extra fruit while you are preparing for these cups. Things like strawberries will easily keep for a couple of days and you will be happy to have them ready when you start making your tart on Wednesday.


Dovetailing Tips: This is a little day off from dovetailing. Enjoy it, tomorrow we will ramp it up again.


Dovetailing Tips: I told you we would ramp back up! Today use some of the onions you chopped Monday. You also get to use any fruit you chose to set aside.

As far as work for today, we need to chop celery and cut cauliflower. Dice 5 stalks of celery and that should get you through the rest of the week. I would recommend cutting some celery sticks for tomorrow’s veggie tray while you are at it. You need 1 head of cauliflower (cut into florets) for today, but you need 2 1/2 cups chopped for Friday so you might as well cut another head. Chop what you need and then cut the rest into florets to use on your veggie tray tomorrow.


Dovetailing Tips: You are good to go with celery and some of your veggie tray today. I love being ahead!


Dovetailing Tips: Celery, cauliflower, and onion are all ready for the great dovetailing payoff we get to enjoy on Fridays. No wonder Fridays are so awesome!

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