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    Default dinners that freeze well

    So I'm going away for a few days, and would like to cook a few meals ahead of time for my hubby so that he doesn't live at mcdonalds and he doesn't starve. I was planning on freezing some beef stew and also some chili, but I will be gone for 5 days, any ideas what else I can make that will freeze well?
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    Spaghetti and sauce, when assembled, freezes and reheats just fine. Casseroles like any combination of chicken, cheese, and noodles freeze well. Red beans and rice is a good choice. You can also stock the fridge with lunch meat and sliced cheese so he can DIY some good sandwiches.

    Roast a chicken, that freezes great!

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    THANK YOU

    finally a man who understand what I am talking about and gets that I want to care for my husband while I am away
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    curries and soups.

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    he loves curry but that is not something I have ever made.....
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    i like to make thai green and red curries. i also like indian curries - palak paneer (my fav), korma, dhall. if you google you'll find some recipes if you feel like experimenting. they're not hard to make. the thing with curries they're pretty versatile - once you have a base recipe down you can chuck in the veg/meat/seafood/legumes or whatever you prefer.

    i'd link to some recipes for you, but they'll be in metric.

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    lasagna freezes well... as does black bean soup!
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    well I am canadian..... lol ....
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    Just some regulars that I freeze all the time -

    Stuffed Pasta Shells
    Chili
    Chicken Enchiladas
    Mini Meat Loaves
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