Refrigerated fresh pizza dough makes it possible to have pizza on a Monday. Pick up a ball of dough from your neighborhood pizza joint or grocery store, and then pile on the tomatoes and cheese. Serve this meatless meal with a simple green salad. Serve with: Green Salad
Save yourself time and effort by cooking a large portion of meat all at once. After grilling the pork, simply divide one tenderloin into three equal portions, and set aside two tenderloins and two-thirds of the divided one to use later in the week. Serve the remaining pork tonight with grilled corn on the cob and a simple, citrusy potato salad. Serve with: Lemony Potato Salad
The beauty of this effortless recipe is that you don't even have to heat up your stove; simply slice and serve Tuesday's leftover pork cold or at room temperature. Fresh mango, tomato, and cucumber provide color and crunch, while the tangy-sweet dressing ties everything together in this satisfying salad.
Credit: Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Claire Spollen
This 15-minute fish dinner requires just a handful of ingredients, yet delivers maximum flavor. Storebought pesto, lemon rind and olives create a gorgeous crust on the fish, which bakes in a flash. If you have leftover tomaotes from Monday's pizza, you can use them in the accompanying Summer Bread Salad. Serve with: Summer Bread Salad
Tuesday's leftover pork and corn get revamped in this easy-peasy taco recipe. Just pile everything into soft tortillas, and then add storebought fresh salsa (or your favorite jarred variety), fresh cilantro and a squeeze of lime. Talk about a no-fuss Friday meal!
Friday's dinner was so simple, we even had time to make dessert. Enjoy a weekend splurge with these sweet and salty sundaes, featuring coffee ice cream, salted peanut butter caramel sauce, whipped cream, roasted peanuts and crushed coffee beans.