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Thank you

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3/26/11 6:58 P

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3/26/11 8:03 A

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Here's a link to dinners that can be made in 20 minutes. I haven't tried any of them yet, but I plan to try some. They look good!

www.fitnessmagazine.com/recipes/quic
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recipes/dinner/dinner-in-20-easy-heaR>lthy-dinner-recipes/?page=1


Now some of the ingredients aren't cheap. (A couple call for pine nuts, for example) - however I have 2 thoughts on this:

1. Buying these ingredients is still cheaper than eating out, so if I make a special meal at home instead of eating out it is still budget friendly.

2. I can try substituting cheaper ingredients. (Or maybe even treat them as optional. I will have to take another look at the recipe.)

3. I actually have some leftover salsa from a special occasion so while I probably won't normally buy it to make a pizza, I think I will use salsa to make pizza tonight.

OK - that's 3 thoughts about it. emoticon
Two good general rules of thumb and now a third more specific one.

However, using up leftovers is always a good idea.

Edited by: SLOLOSER at: 3/26/2011 (19:33)
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