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  • Finally, consider making menu-planning a family activity, because it will lead naturally into a discussion of good food choices.

    Dr. Rebecca Palacios: Learning to Cook and Cooking to Learn

  • This is one of the reasons why it usually makes more sense to do your menu-planning after you shop, especially if you plan to eat locally and seasonally.

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  • Now, she recently started using a menu-planning website, relishrelish.com , that offers meal choices and generates grocery-shopping lists for the entire week ' s meals.

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  • I've been preparing for this traditional celebration for a little more than a week -- menu-planning, cooking, cleaning, de-cluttering, struggling to find the right balance between religious observance and social commentary for our family and 15 guests.

    April 2007

  • I've been preparing for this traditional celebration for a little more than a week -- menu-planning, cooking, cleaning, de-cluttering, struggling to find the right balance between religious observance and social commentary for our family and 15 guests.

    Why We Do It: Murderati at One Year

  • But when our schedules strain and creak at the edges, Gini's menu-planning starts on Wednesday night and still plans five meals, or I run to the supermarket at 6: 45 to buy whatever I think I can throw into a dinner.

    Behind The White Door

  • Having a small get-together tomorrow night and still menu-planning.

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  • Having a small get-together tomorrow night and still menu-planning.

    Sweetnicks- Food & Life - It's All at Sweetnicks

  • But tomatoes, which are technically considered fruits, are not sweet and are treated as vegetables for menu-planning purposes, as are squashes and pumpkins—except when the latter are made into pies and custards.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • But tomatoes, which are technically considered fruits, are not sweet and are treated as vegetables for menu-planning purposes, as are squashes and pumpkins—except when the latter are made into pies and custards.

    HOME COMFORTS

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