Last week when we gave you the first Cure download, a reminder sheet for your groceries, reader Eliza said she would also like a way of remembering when each leftover was cooked. We realized that some of us shop frequently for groceries and our problem is remembering what we have and when to use it up, but some us have more problems remembering what we've cooked and when to eat it!
This download is for the latter issue. If you like to cook a lot and squirrel things away in your freezer, or if you like to cook ahead for the week, here's a refrigerator sheet to help you keep your leftovers straight.
Keeping better track of your groceries and your leftovers means less waste, and less things to clean up next time you do the Cure.
This sheet actually has two pages: one for your fridge and freezer combined, and another one just for your freezer, in case you'd like to really track what you put away in your freezer. Mine is a deep dark hole of forgetfulness, and one of my Cure resolutions is to be much more diligent and well-organized about using what I put in my freezer.
Also, we definitely heard your suggestions last week for white-erase versions of these tools. We'd love to do that, but we don't have the capacity for it right now. CallieKoch had a great idea: if one of these tools is helpful for you, print it on thicker paper, laminate it, and use a dry-erase marker.
• Click on the image below. It will open up in a new window. Hit print.
• You can also right-click on the image and select "Download Linked File." Save the PDF to your computer and print later.
More Kitchen Cure Downloads
• Eat This! Grocery Reminder