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    Wow you ladies cook a lot! I am such a lazy housewife! Lol. No point to this post... Just noticing how slack I am when it comes to cooking. Our weekly meals goes something like this :

    Fish & chips
    Spaghetti bolognaise
    Pasta bake and veggies
    Take away
    Take away
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    I'm Gunna go hide in shame now

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Guess i just got lucky with my hubby. He is not fussy AT ALL. I do all the cooking and he is genuinely happy to eat whatever I dish up. I do most of my cooking based on my cravings lol and I can't think of one time in 2 yrs of marriage he's ever even requested a dish or made a complaint. He eats what he's given and I have no reason to believe he doesn't like it.

    He likes beef and lamb and I've never cooked it (he eats it when we get take away or he goes to his parents).

    Sounds like rubbish I know, not the usual meat loving fussy man but I swear it's true. I on the other hand am utterly fussy and would be a nightmare to cook for. NOBODY would cope. I've been cooking most of my own meals since I was a kid, and when mum cooked she had me watching her like a hawk giving directions. Poor mum lol.
    Lol my hubby is the same. If I say to him I've had a bad day let's get take away he's like "yep sure thing" I hardly ever cook him meat and people treat me like I'm some terrible wife... But I've asked him if he wants me to change my menu and he says "nah, whatever is fine with me". Bad thing about this is, we both end up eating alot of take away... Not good when trying to save for a deposit.. But hey, life is short I say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Wow you ladies cook a lot! I am such a lazy housewife! Lol. No point to this post... Just noticing how slack I am when it comes to cooking. Our weekly meals goes something like this :

    Fish & chips
    Spaghetti bolognaise
    Pasta bake and veggies
    Take away
    Take away
    Take away

    I'm Gunna go hide in shame now
    Lol lots of my weeks can look like this too. Goes in cycles. Sometimes ill cook stuff every night and some weeks I'm lazy and do easy stuff or take away. Nothing wrong with taking it easy sometimes.

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    I plan at least fortnightly is advance, this is our next 2 wks:

    tues sticky sausages, mash, veg
    Wed dh bday - order Chinese
    Thu chicken snitzel, potato bake, veg
    Fri BBQ
    Sat steak, mash, veg
    Sun lasagna, garlic bread, salad
    Sun Pork chops with plum sauce, potato Bake, veg
    Mon going out for australia day
    Tues lamb ragout, mash
    Wed chicken kievs, pkt carbonara, veg
    Thu BBQ
    Fri l/overs
    Sat rissoles, mash, veg
    Sun lamb roast
    Mon hoisin beef stir fry with rice
    Last edited by lulu21; 21-01-2013 at 18:44.

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    Last weeks menu plan
    Sticky black pepper pork and green salad
    Pumpkin, fetta and baby spinach risotto
    Babotie and yellow rice
    Beef stir fry with noodles
    Beetroot and goats cheese tart with salad
    Slow cooker beef casserole with mash potato
    Seafood curry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Wow you ladies cook a lot! I am such a lazy housewife! Lol. No point to this post... Just noticing how slack I am when it comes to cooking. Our weekly meals goes something like this :

    Fish & chips
    Spaghetti bolognaise
    Pasta bake and veggies
    Take away
    Take away
    Take away

    I'm Gunna go hide in shame now
    Oh the shame!!

    Na, good on ya i say. I usually do a couple of cheat meals a week - baked spuds, toasteis etc. Things that require absolutely minimum effort. I would love take out a few nights a week except it gets too expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Yes often the only meat could be some diced bacon. And I count that as a meal with meat in it.
    We probably have chicken breast most often. Fish least often, but prawns more often.
    Yup that's often what it is.

    Though now I'm inspired to get back into it. When I first cut back meat we went cold turkey..... As in... Without any... Not actual cold turkey as obviously that's not meat free.

    I started off with a month of NO meat. Then "socially" eating meat, like if mum came over we'd have a bbq. Then I'd do three meat meals (as in diced bacon included as a meat meal) and 4 no meat.

    But I found it hard to just decide to cut back on meat. Though that was 2 years ago and we do eat significantly less meat in volume than before then.

    I might do next fortnight meat free just for a shake up. It's easy to get in in a rut!

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    Here's mine for the this week

    Dinner
    Friday- Beef Stir Fry w/ Noodles
    Saturday- Bacon & Mushroom Risotto w/ Salad
    Sunday- Mango Chicken w/ Steamed Rice & Veg
    Monday- Spag Bolognese
    Tuesday- Minestrone Soup w/ Pasta
    Wednesday- Fish & Chips (homemade) w/ Salad
    Thursday- Leftovers (Tuna Mornay if needed)

    Lunch
    Salads with tuna, eggs or roast chicken
    Cold meat & salad wraps
    Simple sandwiches if we are going out

    Snacks
    Vegemite scrolls
    Frittas
    Hummus dip
    Yogurt w/fruit salad

    Eta. Ok I lied I put them in order after I have done the shopping based on how long fresh ingredients will last and meat used by dates.
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