Food timetable

@kwenge (2492)
Kenya
February 1, 2017 7:52am CST
How do you make your meals? do you just think randomly or you have a laid down timetable for family meals mostly lunch and dinner? I get tired of thinking of what we should cook every day some time we end up ordering meals. Give suggestions please. thanks.
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@diosabella (4843)
2 Feb
I know what you mean. When I go to the market I just buy anything. And then at home that's the time I figure out what to cook. I'm so tired thinking what to cook today later and tomorrow. And I hate it when I ask my family what to eat and they were like whatever!
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@kwenge (2492)
• Kenya
2 Feb
Yes, it is really tiring. and I dont like the "whatever" response.
2 Feb
@kwenge That's the thing too. How will we figure out what they wanna eat if they don't say anything. And I don't like repeating what I cooked yesterday.
@marguicha (81647)
• Chile
1 Feb
I cook depending on who´s coming for lunch (my biggest meal) or dinner (something special). Today my daughter is coming for lunch so I´m coking a tongue which in my country is a delicacy.
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@kwenge (2492)
• Kenya
2 Feb
A tongue? :), for which animal? Have eaten cow tongue and it really yummy.
@marguicha (81647)
• Chile
2 Feb
@kwenge I cooked a cow´s tongue and served it with rice and several salads.
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@prinzcy (5082)
• Malaysia
2 Feb
Since my family love chicken, it a must buy every times I went to the market . Since I'll be busy working, I planned the meals for a week. Each food will be packed in plastic containers for each day. I even write cooking suggestions on each containers so I don't have to think on how to cook later. After working, I will be grumpy to think
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@kwenge (2492)
• Kenya
2 Feb
Notlilie, wow! this is a beatiful idea. Will try this during the weekend and see how next week will come out. thanks.
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@sans224 (1840)
2 Feb
i never used to cook. and i dont normally think what to eat for today. lol ;-) i know what u mean. its sometimes a difficult thought i know.