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Day One: Roast Turkey Breast
Supermarket-prepped veggies make home cooking easy.
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Day Two: Tuscan White Bean Stew
Spice up leftovers by keeping the pantry stocked with condiments like soy, hoisin, and stir-fry sauces, as well as mustard and salsa.
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Day Three: Smoky Turkey and Veggie Frittata
Make sure your family gets enough fruits and veggies. Buy frozen and canned items — they're just as nutritious and always available.
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Day One: Roast Pork & Pan-Roasted Potatoes
Store extra pork (tightly wrapped) in refrigerator for up to four days.
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Day Two: Cuban Sandwiches
Purchase prepared potatoes, rice, and polenta for easy add-ons to any meal.
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Day Three: Pork Fried Rice
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Day One: Old-Fashioned Pot Roast and Gravy
Jarred cabbage is found in the canned vegetable aisle.
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Day Two: Shredded Beef Shepherd's Pie
This high-fiber dish will become a family favorite.
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Day Three: Beef and Cheese Melts
Buying larger cuts of meat — to use over three meals — gives you more for your money and reduces prep time in the kitchen.
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Day One: Corn and Shrimp Risotto
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Day Two: Black Bean Risotto Cakes
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Day Three: Stuffed Peppers
Copyright © 2008. Used with permission from the March 2008 issue of Family Circle magazine.