Marathon Cooking

Today is a day of marathon cooking so that my son will have some home meals to take back to college. I usually make extras of meals throughout the summer, but for some reason this summer I didn’t. Heck I don’t even know where the summer went let alone remember to make extra food. Anyway, I am going to leave you with some pictures of what I am making for him.

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A pork loin is now in the oven. I will slice it up and put meal portions in freezer bags for him. He can add bbq sauce and make a sandwich or leave plain and heat a potato in the microwave.

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More Hunter Style Chicken. This freezes well and he can just heat it up and eat it.

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Meatloaf can be frozen in meal size portions and be eaten in a sandwich or on a plate with a potato. Sorry I forgot to turn the picture. Little busy in the kitchen lol.

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Sloppy joes are always a hit.

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Browning up some meatballs then will add some homemade sauce. He will make up some pasta to go with some meatballs or make a meatball sub.

Between some food sent from home and money on a food card I don’t think that he will go hungry for a while.

Beth

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2 thoughts on “Marathon Cooking

  1. Hi Beth, I cooked my son through his 3 years of law school, He liked spaghetti sauce, chili and taco meat from me and grilled chicken from his dad’s cooking. Hope your son has a great year at college

    • Thanks Rhonda Sue, it is his senior year so I hope that he has a good one. I have cooked for him throughout college because it is so expensive to buy from the dining hall and because he prefers home cooking ;). This food will help stretch the food card budget.

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