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Operation clear the freezer update 3

Monday, 8 July 2013  |  Admin

You can just never predict what kids will eat. Well not my kids anyway. The surprise winner from last weeks Operation Clear the Freezer was the Cauliflower Cheese Soup from Wednesday night.  It used up a bag of cauliflower from the freezer which was great, but EVERYONE liked it!  I made some yummy bread to go with it and it was quickly polished off.

The other surprise winner was the extremely delicious rhubarb & custard cake which we took to friends on Saturday.  I used tinned rhubarb instead of fresh, but might also try it using some of the fruits of the forest that I have to use in the freezer...watch this space!

The upcoming week is complicated by the arrival of my family next Tuesday for a week, so  this is how my menu pans out:

Left in the freezer before we start the week....

  • 3 x spag bol
  • 2 x Pizza Sauce
  • onion gravy
  • 1 x small portion puttanesca sauce
  • 1 x homemade keema
  • 4 x falafel
  • 1 x large bags homemade chilli
  • 1 x homemade family meatballs
  • 1 x bought pizza
Meat & Fish

 

  • 4  x burgers
  • 1 x white fish fillets
  • 800g veal mince
  • 400g lamb mince
  • 1 x bags raw prawns nbsp;
  • 8 x chicken breasts
  • 1 x pork mince
  • 2 x duck breast
  • 1 x whole chicken

Sundry

  • 1/2 bags cauliflower
  • frozen berries & raspberries
  • blueberries
  • homemade caramel icrcream
  • homemade coffee icecream
  • 1 1/2 bags green beans
  • ½ bag spinach
  • basil
  • coriander
  • 1 x loaf bread

     

  • profiteroles
  • 5 egg whites
  • 3 bags grated coconut
  • puff pastry
  • 5 tupperware containers random assorted homemade icecream
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