I used to go to those Make-Your-Meal places, which is great if you have the extra income, but started to realize I could do this myself without too much effort or putting aside an entire day or two to make the whole months worth. In December I spent a week making dinner as usual, but would double up or do extra work (i.e. instead of cooking just chicken breasts for my meal, I might poach/bake a few more for a recipe down the road that called for cubes/slices of baked chicken, etc....or make two different marinades for pork tenderloin that might share some ingredients - garlic, onion, oil, etc - to do chopping all at once, etc). After one week I had enough meals for four weeks. Sweet! But my problem is that I'm having problems finding freezable recipes that aren't full of processed foods. So many of them use canned cream soups, canned veggies, pkg'd sauces/marinades/seasoning, super-fatty, HFCS items, but my goal this year is to use more natural ingredients. So many of those OAMC websites have some shockingly unhealthy recipes! I'm not being crazed about it, but I want to be better about it -- first I'm working on more natural; fats/calories, etc hopefully follow. I have found some good recipes here and there (curries, tomato based pasta sauces, marinades/toppings I can make ahead of time for chicken, fish, etc), but I'm already starting to run out. Honestly if I see one more variation of chicken parmesan or lasagna I'm going to run screaming. Especially hard to find is good freezer-fish recipes -- if there is one thing I miss about the make-your-meal places is that they always had good, healthy fish entrees...but I really can't seem to find any freezable ones online. Anyone out there have any freezable recipes you feel good about serving to yourself and your family? Anyone want to see some of the recipes I found and didn't bomb (oh yes, I've had a few stinkeroos )?