When I make casseroles, I typically make 2 and freeze 1, for nights when I don't feel like cooking.
Also, I buy my meat at Sam's Club in bulk, but when I get home, I go ahead &:
1. boil the chicken and cut it up into bite size chunks for use in casseroles, soups, etc -- freeze in 1 lb packages (freezer bags)
2. separate the ground beef into 3 categories - 1) make into hamburger patties separated with wax paper, season and freeze, 2) brown the hamburger meat, and freeze in 1 lb packages for use in spaghetti, lasagna, tacos, hamburger helper, etc etc etc, 3) remainder I don't cook, but just put into 1 lb packages for things such as meatloafs.
By doing this, I can pull out meat for dinner and 1/2 the battle is already done!
Shawn ~ restart date ~ 6/11/12
PERSISTENCE - There is no giant step that does it. It's alot of little steps.
90% of a million small choices make a difference.