Our Readers Take the Cooking Cure: Here’s How Day 5 Went for Them

published Mar 10, 2014
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Last week in The Cooking Cure we tackled all things breakfast. On the first day we asked readers to remember everything they had eaten for breakfast the week before, and on Friday (Day 5’s assignment) we had readers make a new breakfast and plan ahead for the next week (so fun!). How did it go for you?

We checked out the #cookingcure hashtag to see how Day 5’s assignment went for you — here are some highlights!

Here are some of the highlights on social media for the #CookingCure hashtag since Friday:

I finally added breakfast to my dinner menu planning. Thanks #cookingcure pic.twitter.com/IRWB3GZz3y
— Robin Jung (@rlisic) March 9, 2014
Finally made the overnight oats recipe I’ve been wanting to try– the #cookingcure is working! pic.twitter.com/a2XRooRW8J
— Katy Renz (@katyrenz) March 7, 2014
Grown-up Prosciutto and Cheddar Hot Pockets courtesy of @thekitchn. #breakfast #cookingcure pic.twitter.com/lihGAj5eQT
— Christy Rutan (@DowntownTeena) March 7, 2014
My #cookingcure goal in action! Mine was to continue my healthy breakfast habits during the week, on… http://t.co/rrbpgFpUbl
— Natalie Wiser-Orozco (@DvlWearsParsley) March 7, 2014

How’s it going for you? Did you make one breakfast and plan out breakfasts for this week?

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