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Cooking with kids is fun, but sometimes messy! Allow for extra time when making a recipe to practice kitchen skills and for cleaning up.

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Friday, May 17th is National Walnut Day. Celebrate by adding some chopped walnuts to Oatmeal Cookies.

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Pizza can be made in a variety of ways! Try using English muffins, flatbread, and even a baked potato as an alternative to traditional pizza crust.

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Make tasty, homemade meals for now and later using your slow cooker. Check out Christine’s favorite recipes on the blog today.

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A microwave can be a great kitchen tool to use when you need a quick meal or a snack.

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This week on the blog Jody shares recipes that don’t require cooking.

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If you are looking for recipes that require minimal kitchen equipment, follow our blog this month. This week we explore recipes that do not need a knife.

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Our April recipe of the month is up on the blog this week. Coleslaw Pasta Salad is a great recipe for someone new to the kitchen.

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Short on time in the evenings? Consider including slow cooker and one pot meals in your weekly meal plans.

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Serve main dishes that include multiple food groups. This limits the time and energy you have to put towards making side dishes.

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What do you do for dinner when your evenings are busy? Find some strategies for making a meal when time is tight on the blog today.

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This month’s recipe is Scrambled Egg Skillet. It is a favorite one for Christine. Learn more about it on the blog today.