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    SarasotaCook
    Sat Sep 08, 2012 3:30 pm
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    Make sure to clean our your pantry, fridge and freezer ... I mean it.
    I looked through mine this week and found and I could make. These are just some items we forget about; but make fantastic quick cook dinners.

    - 2 cans clams, plenty of pasta, pasta sauce (freezer and pantry)

    - Plenty of pasta, black olives, artichokes, sun dried tomatoes, onions, wine, baby spinach

    - Quesadillas, green chilies, cheese, frozen corn and chicken, black beans

    - Pork loin, roasted and cut in thick slices; great to make some kind of stir fry. Have some peppers and onions I froze, and a jar of plum sauce, white rice and presto. Stir fry.

    I also have a gravy mix which I could jazz up with white wine and mushrooms and serve that over the pork slices. I could serve that over the rice.

    - And frozen shrimp, pesto, fresh mozz and bagged mozz and a tube of pizza dough. Pizza? Add pesto on top of the dough, pesto, some caramelized onions, tomato slices, shrimp, maybe some fresh pizza or flat bread, or even calzones. Calzones would be great.

    - I also have some cooked ground beef. And frozen peppers and onions. I could also take that with some frozen mushrooms and small meat pies with a tube of pizza dough. Serve with a salad and that could be a nice light dinner.
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    So, don't ever thing there is nothing you could make. Or, some times, it is just picking up 1 item. But I have enough for 5 dinners just from my freezer and that doesn't even count all the fish and shellfish I have frozen that I could grill up.

    Take a look; and before you run to the store. You may be surprised!
    mickeydownunder
    Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:17 pm
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    SarasotaCook wrote:
    Make sure to clean our your pantry, fridge and freezer ... I mean it.
    I looked through mine this week and found and I could make. These are just some items we forget about; but make fantastic quick cook dinners.

    - 2 cans clams, plenty of pasta, pasta sauce (freezer and pantry)

    - Plenty of pasta, black olives, artichokes, sun dried tomatoes, onions, wine, baby spinach

    - Quesadillas, green chilies, cheese, frozen corn and chicken, black beans

    - Pork loin, roasted and cut in thick slices; great to make some kind of stir fry. Have some peppers and onions I froze, and a jar of plum sauce, white rice and presto. Stir fry.

    I also have a gravy mix which I could jazz up with white wine and mushrooms and serve that over the pork slices. I could serve that over the rice.

    - And frozen shrimp, pesto, fresh mozz and bagged mozz and a tube of pizza dough. Pizza? Add pesto on top of the dough, pesto, some caramelized onions, tomato slices, shrimp, maybe some fresh pizza or flat bread, or even calzones. Calzones would be great.

    - I also have some cooked ground beef. And frozen peppers and onions. I could also take that with some frozen mushrooms and small meat pies with a tube of pizza dough. Serve with a salad and that could be a nice light dinner.
    --------------------------------------------------

    So, don't ever thing there is nothing you could make. Or, some times, it is just picking up 1 item. But I have enough for 5 dinners just from my freezer and that doesn't even count all the fish and shellfish I have frozen that I could grill up.

    Take a look; and before you run to the store. You may be surprised!


    WOW and KNOW the feeling TWINIE!!! You should see what I combine out of ingredients from my fridge icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO GREAT reminder for all!

    I also find keeping a written inventory re the freezer, so things don't get freezer burn and have to throw them out too!
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