For family dinners the key to saving time is planning. The key to saving money is also planning. And the key to saving even more time and more money is organization.
Here are the key steps for family dinner meal planning.
Step 1- Plan
Plan your family dinner menu for the entire week
Step 2- Plan
Plan your grocery shopping day with list ready to go
Step 3- Organize
Organize your family dinner menu and your grocery shopping list in a way that will help you reduce waste and save even more time and money.
Sound like a lot of work? It can be.
The Organized Cook
What I’ve done with The Organized Cook is taken the task of planning and organizing your family dinners a few steps further to help you save even more time and money using organization as the key ingredients.
Through cooking methods like “reusing your time” and “reincarnating the leftover”, family dinners will cost you less than $100 a week in groceries and often as low as $67 a week.
But that’s nothing compared to the amount of time you will save.
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Toni Spilsbury, The Organized Cook