On Friday morning I went to Trader Joe’s. I haven’t been there in many months. But I always love shopping there because they carry such tasty and nutritious food.
One of the things I purchased was a fully cooked turkey meatloaf. I think I paid $6.99 for it.
I heated the meatloaf up for supper that evening in my convection toaster oven. Once heated I cut two rectangular squares for my supper serving. I also had green beans, potatoes and a salad from TJ’s.
When the meatloaf was cool enough, I cut it up into six remaining rectangular squares. I put two pieces on a small plate, covered it and put it back into the refrigerator. That would be for the next night’s meal.
Then I took the last four pieces of meatloaf and divided them into two separate storage baggies. Each of the two baggies went into the freezer. That would provide servings for two other meals.
This turkey meatloaf actually provided four nights of supper servings. A pretty good deal at $6.99!
Since I live alone I can stretch meals out this way and make it more economical.