As we near the end of the 21 meal challenge of The Cooking Cure, we asked our readers to tackle leftovers. You see, leftovers are a friend in many ways for lunch and dinners, but not always the most exciting of options. By instituting a plan of how and when to use your leftovers, cooking at home becomes easier and fun.
We checked out the #cookingcure hashtag to see how The Cooking Cure is going for you — here are some highlights!
Here are some of the highlights on social media for the #CookingCure hashtag yesterday:
The #cookingcure breakfast with lunch waiting to go. pic.twitter.com/ZMhZcD2PAP
— Robin Jung (@rlisic) March 28, 2014
I'm loving the #cookingcure, so happy with breakfast, lunch and dinner! @thekitchn pic.twitter.com/9lYPA1VqVr
— Jackie Steiner (@jackiesteiner) March 27, 2014
Unresolved #cookingcure quandary: What canned and fresh foods can I freeze if I only use half? Black beans? Chickpeas? Spinach? Help!
— Catherine Odson (@ms_codson) March 27, 2014
The #cookingcure is going well. We're on track making breakfast, lunch & dinner mid week thanks to 1 dinner change. pic.twitter.com/krTKRUjEoE
— Robin Jung (@rlisic) March 27, 2014
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