How to Choose What to Cook

Do you struggle with choosing what to cook each night?

Well you’re not alone!

Here’s what one of my Meal Planning customers, Christine said about her journey of overcoming this common problem…

“The hardest problem for me has been simply choosing what to cook.

I like to cook something different most of the time (although we make the Quick Veggie Satay (pictured above) with sausage at least once a week!)

“I took the plunge with Soupstones meal planning when I realized that for the past year I’ve been planning our weekly meals with Jules’ free e-cookbook and “The Tired & Hungry Cook’s Companion”, so why shouldn’t I just have the planning done for me with these same delicious meals and ingredients?!

So now Jules does the planning for me.

I cook about 3 meals per week and they are always fabulous.

I’ve always been skeptical about paying for meal plans, but when you love the recipes you’re getting from one source. And it’s food you like to cook (yes 5 – 6 ingredients!) and eat, then it makes all of the sense.

Thanks Jules!

Christine, Soupstones Meal Plans Member


Tired of choosing what to cook?

Soupstones Square Logo no border [dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #9b9b9b;”] I[/dropcap]f you need help to simplify your planning and cooking, then check out Soupstones Meal Plans.

It’s a weekly meal planning service where someone else comes up with simple ideas for what to have for dinner.

For more details Click HERE.

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