I hope you all had a great experience participating in this year’s 7 Day Cooking Challenge, whether you actively did each day’s tasks or just read and followed along with the group. Here is a summary of the links to each scenario in case you want to come back and revisit them at a later date!
Day 1: Meatless Monday
You are providing shelter to a family in need and they adhere to a strict vegetarian diet. You must provide meatless meals for them today.
Day 2: Triple Threat Tuesday
Today’s task is to plan ahead and make a triple batch of at least one of your meals. One to eat, one to save for later, and one to share.
Day 3: Wheatless Wednesday
Someone in your household has been diagnosed with severe food allergies. You must cook for them today and plan ahead for future food storage needs.
Day 4: Throw the Switch Thursday
A power line is down in y our neighborhood. You must cook all of your meals without electricity today.
Day 5: Frosty Friday
Today we are looking at frozen foods as an option for food storage. Cook from your freezer and do some inventorying/organizing today.
Day 6: Sack-It Saturday
For this challenge day we are creating sack lunches, quick and easy meals that can be eaten on the run in an emergency and don’t require cooking.
Day 7: Someone’s Coming Sunday
An unexpected guest shows up and you want to make a special meal for them using your food storage foods. Make a three course meal for dinner.
-Jodi Weiss Schroeder