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How to Save Tons of Time in the Kitchen
This video is going to help you learn how to save tons of time in the kitchen. You can do that by:
• Planning ahead
• Cooking ahead
• Freezing ahead
• Using Leftovers
Plan ahead
Plan ahead on the weekend—whatever your weekend may be—for the coming week. Try to take into account all that your family has going on in the coming week because you WILL have to work around it.
Cook ahead
Cooking ahead is one of the easiest and most fool-proof ways to give yourself a night off.
Freeze ahead
When I talk about freezing ahead, I’m referring to making batches of something and putting extra up for the future.
When I want a night off I’ll pull something out of the freezer. As a matter of fact, tonight we’re having BBQ sandwiches (from the freezer) from when I cooked a pork loin overnight several weeks ago.
Use leftovers
Leftovers have been a lifesaver in my life. My kids always loved leftovers. You can have them as is or you can repurpose them.
If you found this video helpful then don’t forget to “Like” it so it’ll be easier for others to find.
Also, I’d love it if you’d “Pin” me and pass me on to your friends.
Finally, if you have a Home Time Management topic you’d like to see covered shoot me an email @
marysegers@marysegers.com
My goal as a Home Time Management Coach is to help you save time on the things you HAVE to do… such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and housework so that you can reinvest that time into your marriage, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
If you’d like more tips like these then sign up for my free 58 page eBook on Home Time Management and Cooking which is available for download from my website @ http://marysegers.com/get-book
If you'd like to learn more about Home Time Management then join my email list @ http://marysegers.com/join and I'll send you daily emails aimed at covering all aspects of Home Time Management including saving time on cooking, cleaning, laundry, housework and then spending that time on your spouse, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.

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  • How to Save Tons of Time in the Kitchen
  • Cooking is a very large part of our home time management. We either waste or save tremendous amounts of time when it comes to this all-important task. And we can’t even procrastinate on this one… it has to be handled today.
  • I’m here to tell you… If you’re ever going to get your home time management under control then you’re going to have to get this area under control… First.
  • This video is going to help you learn how to save tons of time in the kitchen. You can do that by:Plan aheadCook aheadFreeze aheadUse LeftoversLet’s look at each of these in a little more detail.
  • Plan aheadPlan ahead on the weekend—whatever your weekend may be—for the coming week. Try to take into account all that your family has going on in the coming week because you WILL have to work around it.
  • For instance, do your kids have practices? Are you or your spouse working late? Does your family attend midweek Church? Are you having any company? For those nights when you may be somewhat pressed for time plan a quick meal from one of the suggestions below.
  • Cook aheadCooking ahead is one of the easiest and most fool-proof ways to give yourself a night off. Yeah, that peaked your interest, didn’t it?
  • Say I know Harmony had an evening hockey game on Tuesday. I would do something like make tacos from the beef I’d cooked ahead on Sunday when I was making spaghetti. When cooking something like this ahead you could either put it in the freezer or fridge (if it’s within a day or so).
  • Freeze aheadFreezing ahead is different from cooking ahead… even though some of the hamburger from above may end up in the freezer. In the above example I took some hamburger and split it up for a couple of different meals. When I talk about freezing ahead, I’m referring to making batches of something and putting extra up for the future.
  • For instance, I have a meatloaf recipe I particularly love and when I make it I’ll make 75 servings at one time. For those of you who are wondering it takes 11 pounds of hamburger.) Now, I don’t cook all 75 servings at one time. I put enough in my favorite cast iron skillet to make the size I want and then scoop it out and put it in a freezer bag for some other time. I make a few of those and then some for stuffed peppers. Then I’ll use whatever’s left for beef and gravy. I’ll put in some frozen corn and put it all over noodles.It’s a hit. When I want a night off I’ll pull something out of the freezer. As a matter of fact, tonight we’re having BBQ sandwiches (from the freezer) from when I cooked a pork loin overnight several weeks ago.
  • Use leftoversLeftovers have been a lifesaver in my life. My kids always loved leftovers. You can have them as is or you can repurpose them. For instance, leftover rice could be used in stir fry. Leftover spaghetti sauce could be used for crockpot chicken parmesan.
  • The trick is to try to make double when you’re cooking. Since you’re already cooking it really takes minimal more effort… certainly much less than cooking from scratch tomorrow night.
  • If you found this video helpful then don’t forget to “Like” it so it’ll be easier for others to find.Also, I’d love it if you’d “Pin” me and pass me on to your friends.Finally, if you have a Home Time Management topic you’d like to see covered shoot me an email @marysegers@marysegers.com
  • My goal as a Home Time Management Coach is to help you save time on the things you HAVE to do… such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and housework so that you can reinvest that time into your marriage, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
  • If you’d like more tips like these then sign up for my free 58 page eBook on Home Time Management and Cooking which is available for download from my website @ http://marysegers.com/cookingbook
  • If you'd like to learn more about Home Time Management then join my email list @ http://marysegers.com/join and I'll send you daily emails aimed at covering all aspects of Home Time Management including saving time on cooking, cleaning, laundry, housework and then spending that time on your spouse, your kids, your family and friends, and even yourself.
  • Remember… you only have one life. It's up to you how you live it.

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  • How to Save Tons of Time in the Kitchen (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Cooking is a very large part of our home time management. We either waste or save tremendous amounts of time when it comes to this all-important task. And we can’t even procrastinate on this one… it has to be handled today. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • I’m here to tell you… If you’re ever going to get your home time management under control then you’re going to have to get this area under control… First. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • This video is going to help you learn how to save tons of time in the kitchen. You can do that by learning to: • Plan ahead • Cook ahead • Freeze ahead • Use Leftovers Let’s look at each of these in a little more detail. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Plan ahead Plan ahead on the weekend—whatever your weekend may be—for the coming week. Try to take into account all that your family has going on in the coming week because you WILL have to work around it. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • For instance, do your kids have practices? Are you or your spouse working late? Does your family attend midweek Church? Are you having any company? For those nights when you may be somewhat pressed for time plan a quick meal from one of the suggestions below. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Cook ahead Cooking ahead is one of the easiest and most fool-proof ways to give yourself a night off. Yeah, that peaked your interest, didn’t it? (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Say, I know Harmony had an evening hockey game on Tuesday. I would do something like make tacos from the beef I’d cooked ahead on Sunday when I was making spaghetti. When cooking something like this ahead you could either put it in the freezer or fridge (if it’s within a day or so). (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Freeze ahead Freezing ahead is different from cooking ahead… even though some of the hamburger from above may end up in the freezer. In the above example I took some hamburger and split it up for a couple of different meals. When I talk about freezing ahead, I’m referring to making batches of something and putting extra up for the future. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • For instance, I have a meatloaf recipe I particularly love and when I make it I’ll make 75 servings at one time. For those of you who are wondering it takes 11 pounds of hamburger. Now, I don’t cook all 75 servings at one time. I put enough in my favorite cast iron skillet to make the size I want and then scoop it out and put it in a freezer bag for some other time. I make a few of those and then some for stuffed peppers. Then I’ll use whatever’s left for beef and gravy. I’ll put in some frozen corn and put it all over noodles. It’s a hit. When I want a night off I’ll pull something out of the freezer. As a matter of fact, tonight we’re having BBQ sandwiches (from the freezer) from when I cooked a pork loin overnight several weeks ago. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Use leftovers Leftovers have been a lifesaver in my life. My kids always loved leftovers. You can have them as is or you can repurpose them. For instance, leftover rice could be used in stir fry. Leftover spaghetti sauce could be used for crockpot chicken parmesan. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • The trick is to try to make double when you’re cooking. Since you’re already cooking it really takes minimal more effort… certainly much less than cooking from scratch tomorrow night. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • If you found this video helpful then don’t forget to “Like” it so it’ll be easier for others to find. Also, I’d love it if you’d “Pin” me and pass me on to your friends. Finally, if you have a Home Time Management topic you’d like to see covered shoot me an email @ marysegers@marysegers.com (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Speaker My goal as a Home Time Management Coach is to help you save time on the things you HAVE to do such as: • Cooking • Cleaning • Laundry • Housework So that you can reinvest that time into: • Your marriage • Your kids • Your family and friends • Yourself (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • If you’d like more tips like these then sign up for my free 58 page eBook aimed at… Home Time Management and Cooking which is available for download from my website @ http://marysegers.com/cookingbook (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • If you'd like to learn more about Home Time Management then join my email list @ http://marysegers.com/join And I'll send you daily emails aimed at covering all aspects of Home Time Management including saving time on: • Cooking • Cleaning • Laundry • Housework And then spending that time on: • Your spouse • Your kids • Your family and friends • Yourself (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com
  • Remember… You only have ONE LIFE. It's up to you how you live it. (c) Home Time Management 2013 | Mary Segers http://marysegers.com