Last time we talked about summer recipes for working moms, we highlighted simple things like quinoa salads, pizza w/store-bought crusts, egg salad sandwiches, hummus pita sandwiches, and more (like Kat’s suggestion of tequila lime chicken). Today we thought we’d shift the focus a bit and discuss the best dishes for working moms to bring to … Read More about Easy Dishes to Bring to Summer Parties
OK, ladies, let’s discuss: Which are your favorite fall recipes? Is it time to bust out your Crockpot or Instant Pot? Do you love oatmeal, soups, and stews? What meals do you make that the whole family eats, and what fall-centric things do you find easy to put in school lunches, either from a leftovers … Read More about Which Are Your Favorite Fall Recipes? (Open Thread)
When readers took the survey a while back, many of you noted that you wanted to see more recipes for working moms. Recipes aren’t really my forte (I cook a lot of the same, easy weeknight dinners on repeat) but we’ve started including recipes in our weekly news roundups. Today, let’s have a proper recipe open … Read More about Recipe Open Thread: Give Us Your Best Summer Recipes for Working Moms!
I will not make separate meals for kids. I, like every other new mother, told myself that frequently while my first kiddo was starting solid foods. I am not going to be that mom! They can eat what WE eat, or else they don’t eat. I don’t have time to do dinosaur nuggets! I absolutely refuse to … Read More about Dinnertime Fun: Making Separate Meals for Kids
Ladies, do you have any favorite meal planning apps? Have you tried and abandoned any? Reader M wonders: Are there any resources that you have gathered/written about for meal planning for working moms? I am looking for a good app or system that will help! We actually have talked about this in general, rounding up 5 … Read More about Meal Planning Apps for Working Moms
Family dinners can be a constant headache for busy parents. Before we had kids, my husband and I either ate out, ordered, or made fairly intricate recipes that were fun for both of us to make together — lots of chopping and prepwork. After we had Jack (our firstborn), a lot of things changed. While … Read More about Five Family Dinner Strategies Better than Delivery
How do you handle dinners as working parents — and how do share dinner duties with your partner?