when I was a student, my roomate and I would print off a recipe that we would want to make a week in advance, so we would have time to schedule, shop and prepare for a dinner. Then we would cook enough to last a few days. Also I found a cookbook I really like with several "gluten free" recipes along with other "natural" recipes. Its an ebook, which is good be cause you can just print off what recipe you want. I purchased it from this link
I have a hectic schedule during the week, so I cook at weekends and freeze portions- things like curry, chilli and pasta meals all freeze and reheat well. I just take it out to thaw in the morning. Other quick meals to throw together I use a lot are stir-fries, omelettes and various sandwiches/wraps.
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