Meal Planning – A How-To Guide

Meal Planning - A How-To Guide

 

Meal planning can sometimes seem like a daunting task, but it really doesn’t have to be… Follow this simple meal planning guide, and you will learn how to eat well and save money at the same time!

 

Yes — If you are anything like my husband and I, we eat out everyday for lunch…. breakfast too!

 

And at night, we find it way too easy to give in to our daily cravings of whatever might come our way…. Maybe it was that Burger King that we drove by on the way home from work, that DQ commercial that we just saw on TV…. Continue reading

De-Leaf a Cabbage – The Proper Way & The Easy Way!

Ahhh, the secret to de-leafing the fabled cabbage! Sounds scary, but really isn’t! ūüėČFeature Image
What you’ll need:
– A chopping knife
– A cabbage-sized pot
– 2 forks
– Water
– A cabbage (But, of course!)
Step 1: Chop off the bottom of the cabbage, and try to de-core a little ways in, (kind of like de-coring just the bottom part of an apple).
Step 2: Put the cabbage into the pot, bottom down, and fill with water. Boil for at least 5 minutes.
Step 3: Remove the pot from heat until the water stops boiling and very carefully use the two forks to roll the cabbage so it is bottom-up… yes, bottom’s up!! ūüėČ
Step 4: Use one fork to hold the cabbage in place, and use¬†the second fork to peel the leaves off, one leaf at a time. Only peel leaves that come off easy…. If your leaves aren’t peeling easy, than you need to boil your cabbage for a little longer.
Tip: I can usually peel 4 leaves at a time, and then I stuff them. While I am stuffing the first 4 leaves, the other leaves are having time to soften up in the water…. So try to make sure that you constantly keep your water just under a boil!
Try these Easy, Cheesy, Cabbage Rolls! – Made with Red Cabbage!