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Your favorite freezeable meals

m de p | Aug 5, 200603:34 PM     16

I'm a teacher about to start the new school year. During the school year I rarely have the time or energy to cook meals, so in these last few weeks before school starts I'm trying to make a few things that I can freeze and enjoy over the next couple of months. I have a couple of batches of pesto frozen and several jars of jam in my attempt to capture the best of summer, but I'm looking for meals (think: meatloaf) that I can pull out of the freezer, thaw, and enjoy over a couple of days. What are your faves? Thanks in advance!

Btw, I live in New York City and therefore don't have access to such things as: "dreamdinners", a large freezer, large kitchen. Also, there are only two of us in the house, so we don't need huge meals, just good freezeable ones!

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