Using Pinterest for Meal Planning
I’m feeling better and better! I definitely think the tofu did me in. My energy is still a little low, but I don’t feel sick any more
On to dinner…which was off the chain tonight!
I made these fish tacos not too long ago, but they were so good then that we were already ready to eat them again tonight.
The sauce is the best part of this recipe! I prepared all of the sauces and toppings:
and then set everything out so we could just build our own. I mean, is there any other way with tacos?
I originally got the recipe from Eating Well (but adapted quite a few of the ingredients,) but worked it into my meal planning through Pinterest.
Pinterest is not only a huge time suck, but it also does damage on my wallet when it comes to clothes. Working it into my weekly meal planning makes me think it’s not all evil
After I made it (and liked it,) I pinned it on my “Meal’s I’ve Tried” board. It’s such a convenient way to keep track of what you’ve made –and liked- and what you’re interested in trying.
It’s more of a means of keeping track for my benefit, but if you’d like to tag along, I try not to pin anything that requires too many ingredients or takes too long to make. You guys know I don’t roll like that
Now that dinner’s done, it’s time for some ice cream. You can never be too sick for ice cream!
Do you use Pinterest? (if not, you should!) What are the main categories you use it for?
Any foodie Pinterest boards you think I should follow?
Catch ya on the flip side!