One of my favourite budget stretchers just got even better! KOO Beans! I love adding beans to food to bulk it up and now I have even more recipes and ideas to try out. By chance, I saw a post on SA mom blogs https://samomblogs.co.za/ about KOO hosting an event to launch their new range […]Continue Reading...
You are a working parent, every morning you go off to work and spend the time worrying about what to make for dinner. Should you stop and get something readymade or get take out? How late do you have to work, are there extra murals, do you have time to make a full meal? Let […]Continue Reading...
There’s a vegetarian living in my house! One of the members of our home is a vegetarian and the rest are all big meat eaters. This in itself would not be too much of an issue but she is also not exactly a fan of fruit and vegetables! As a teenager, in the olden days, […]Continue Reading...
Timing An important aspect of successful meal planning is timing. When you draw up your meal plan one of the main components you need to keep in mind is your daily routine and how much time you have to make that particular meal. A couple of weeks ago I made a new recipe for the […]Continue Reading...
You like winging it in your kitchen. You want to meal plan but you hate recipes! No problem. Meal planning with no recipe Meal planning is about more than recipes, it is about a lifestyle change. Simplifying your life and making time for you to spend doing what you prefer. It also saves you money. […]Continue Reading...
How often can you answer the question “what’s for dinner?” when you haven’t even started? If you are a meal planner, this should not be a problem at all. Meal planning is not going to stop the question, it is just going to give you the ability to answer. Planning for dinner I have been […]Continue Reading...
Help Wanted I need help! When I started my blog “Kashering Your Life”, I did not really expect the response that it received worldwide. The simple blog with which I started has grown into a company and it is now as far as it can go in this configuration. In order for it to grow […]Continue Reading...
Meal planning for couples and singles is possible! It won’t work for me I often hear people say that they don’t think meal planning is going to work for them. They are only cooking for themselves, or it’s just the two of them, so it’s not worth it. I actually think meal planning would work […]Continue Reading...
I have written about this before, but I feel it is an important part of meal planning, as this is the meal most people are likely to plan for. Up until 15 months ago, we had no template and my domestic worker made a variation of a pasta dish almost every night for dinner. The […]Continue Reading...
One of my life saving tools for planning my menus is my template. I always mention this when I talk about drawing up your menu plan. To me this is the first step; it has helped me in numerous ways as I do meal plans for four families, all with different likes and dislikes, allergies […]Continue Reading...