As children, eating dinner with our families was a nightly occurrence, but as adults we seem to have fallen out of the habit. About a month ago, we decided to try an experiment: one day a week, each one of us would commit to making dinner for the family. We've been incredibly pleased with our arrangement, which has led to some unexpected benefits…
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This is a great salad to pack for lunches. It'll keep for about a week in the fridge, but I like it so much it's never lasted that long. It's also a very forgiving recipe, so add more of the ingredients you like and cut back those you don't like or don't have.
Last night we feasted on ooey-gooey mac n' cheese fit for my husband's digestive system. He developed lactose-intolerance in the past couple of years, which effectively put an end to his cheese-fiend ways. I adapted this recipe from The New Vegan Table, and it's an awesome recipe. But made even better with my variation.
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My name is Mich and I'm addicted to my crockpot. Here's my favourite, cheap and easy crockpot recipe: chicken tacos. This recipe makes eight meals for me and my husband — that's 16 portions for about $14 (I buy chicken when it's on sale and freeze it).