Sitting down to dinner can be a great way to wind down, but when a busy schedule pulls you in every direction all day long, sometimes it seems like the only options are drive-thrus or delivery. These options aren’t healthy, and if we’re being honest, they’re not all that satisfying, either. Make dinner fun again with a few strategies to spice up your dining experience.
After a long day, who wants to spend extra hours cooking and cleaning the kitchen? Slow cookers are the solution to delicious dinners without the drama, and there are countless incredible recipes. Are you craving Korean tacos? Or maybe pulled pork sandwiches? Just do some quick prep in the morning, then let your meal cook all day while you’re out and about. (For vegetarian alternatives, click here.)
There’s nothing like a belly full of warm soup on a brisk fall night. Everyone has their favorite soup, so why not share the love and host a soup swap? Soup swaps have been gaining popularity as a fun way to spend an evening with friends, find some new recipes, and enjoy delicious soup! Invite your friends to bring over mason jars of their favorite soup, and everyone leaves with tons of new recipes to try. It’s a bit like a white elephant gift exchange … but with soup! Here’s everything you need to know to host your own soup swap this fall.
It’s not always about what you cook. Hot pizza or leftover pot roast can provide equally memorable meals if you approach the dinner table with the right attitude. Research shows families benefit from eating together, even if it’s just once a week. Here are a few simple strategies to make these meals truly special.
Just For Fun: Mini Pot Roast
After you master the art of slow cooking a pot roast, why not attempt a new challenge: mini pot roast. Mini food videos are filling the internet, and as impractical as they are, watching skilled chefs prepare tiny foods is strangely satisfying.
To meals that warm your belly,