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The Whole Deal's Meals for One or Two

By Value Guru, April 27, 2010  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Value Guru
Getting dinner on the table every night doesn’t have to be a drag. That’s especially true when you follow the weeklong meal plans in The Whole Deal value guide. Here are our simple suggestions for feeding one or two incredibly well, affordably. MONDAY: Veggie Monday Spring Asparagus Soup Enjoy Creamy Spring Asparagus Soup substituting veggie broth for the chicken broth, and Spring Salad with Strawberries and Creamy Orange-Avocado Dressing. TUESDAY: St. Pat’s Sandwich Put together Reuben sandwiches with our corned beef that is made without added nitrates or nitrites. Serve with a big side of coleslaw. WEDNESDAY: Cook’s Night Off Vanilla Berry Yogurt Parfaits Choose what you like from our Prepared Foods area and then for dessert assemble Vanilla Berry Yogurt Parfaits. THURSDAY: 2010 Comfort Food Go Korean style with poached (or fried) eggs over individual bowls of rice topped with garlicky cooked shrimp, wilted spinach, carrot strips and bean sprouts. Dress with sesame, soy and hot sauces. FRIDAY: Favorites Night You will love our Chicken Taco Pizza recipe that combines the best of Mexican food and pizza, and starts with our easy 365 Everyday Value® Organic Pizza Crusts, which are a Sure Deal! at $4.99 for a 2-pack. WEEKEND: Smarter Chicken Choose organic or kosher when you roast a chicken along with loads of spring vegetables. Pack servings of each in our 365 Everyday Value® Reusable Storage Containers for Monday lunch. At 68¢ each they’re a Sure Deal! Freeze whatever’s left for another recipe, another day. So, what are you cooking for dinner tonight?
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Food Makes Fun Fuel says ...
For dinner tonight I'm going to try to replicate your golden sesame tofu. I just love it!
04/27/2010 11:00:17 AM CDT