I'm not a big fan of a meal that consists mostly of ground beef.
He does the cooking and I do the baking.
My husband is really good at opening packages. I do 99% of the cooking because I want to control what's going into what we eat. Before I met DH he had never read the nutritional info on the package.
We also use other things besides just ground beef. Some times cut up left over roast, some times cut up left over chicken. A great way to mix up leftovers.
If you have a Trader Joe's nearby, in the spring they often have Brussels sprouts on the branches, literally like a foot long branch with Brussels sprouts popping out all over it. So much fun with veggies.
It takes 12 pounds of grain and 2500 gallons of water to produce ONE POUND of beef.
Livestock generates 65% of all human-related nitrous oxide, which is 296 times more warming to the environment than carbon dioxide; 37% of all human-related methane, which 23 times as warming as CO2; and 64 percent of ammonia, which contributes significantly to acid rain.
"If you care about the planet, it's actually better to eat a salad in a Hummer than a cheeseburger in a Prius."
-- Bill Maher