Pancakes, Cereal (hot and cold), Smoothies/Protein Shakes,
Leftovers, salads, veggie trays, soup, sandwiches
Tuesday: Couscous Chicken Salad (taken from Simply Classic a cookbook created by The Junior League of Seattle)
Wednesday: Teriyaki Chicken, Steamed Brown Rice and Crispy Ginger Slaw (taken from Simply Classic)
Thursday: Soup and Sandwiches (Time saver: make a double batch of soup, freeze one batch in gallon-sized freezer bags.)
Friday: Homemade Pizza
Saturday: Chicken in Many Mustards (taken from Simply Classic)
Years ago, I was introduced to the Simply Classic Cookbook. It is filled with mouth-watering recipes, using whole foods and ingredients that most cooks have in their pantries. For quiet some time, I have looked for a copy. Last week, I found one at a newly opened thrift store in our little town for $2.99!
You will notice that several of our meals have recipes from this cookbook. And the irony is that I am actually following them! Usually, I read cookbooks, gather ideas and then do my own thing. I have really enjoyed the recipes that I have tried and am anxious to try even more.
What is the one cookbook that you would recommend everyone purchase?
What are your favorite recipes from this cookbook?