Unless your spouse is in the kitchen making supper (or you have a fabulous personal chef…), chances are this is one of your least favorite parts of the day: having to pull together a quick dinner that everyone in the family will eat.
I started Rosaberry three years ago, and I’ve discovered that my clients most want help with straight-forward, healthful, yet delicious, weeknight meals. I’ve worked with people throughout the New York area, showing them tricks for roasting vegetables, practicing freezer-friendly meals, and discussing menu planning strategies – anything that would help them get dinner on the table with a minimum of stress.
And even though I am the *expert* let me quickly say that I am not immune to the frustrations of putting together a good weeknight dinner, night after night after night…. I could use some inspiration too.
So I’m happy to announce the Weeknight Dinner Project, a new series on my Rosaberry blog, Facebook page, and nascent Twitter account. The Weeknight Dinner Project will be a place for me to offer recipes and strategies, but more importantly, for you to share your weeknight dinner ideas, photos, and frustrations. I’ll be inviting guest bloggers to tell us how they get dinner on the table on the average Wednesday night.
For the most part I’m interested in how people manage fresh, healthy meals made out of whole foods (a minimum of processed foods). That’s not to say there’s not a place in life for takeout or frozen pizza (and you’ll see that sometimes that’s exactly what we eat). But for our families’ health and happiness, real food is the way to go.
So what’s on the menu for this week?