Be Your Own Chef
We all lead such busy lives.
Drive the kids to soccer practice, help plan granny's birthday, and be the everyday superhero cleaning the mess the toddler left behind.
Just last week, Ryan and I finally put our house up for sale, which means that staging is a regular task added to our already hectic summer schedule, but it is all worth it because we are buying the farm!!!!!!
(I'd add more exlamation marks, but you get the point).
Over the last little while, meal delivery kits have gained a lot of momentum, quickly becoming a trend in the US and, some suggest it won't be long until Canada follows suit.
Coming in at around $10.95 per person per meal, this isn't a cheap option, and hard to afford for most. But these sorts of services capitalize on the types of lives we are now leading, and I have to wonder, has cooking a regular meal at home fallen out of fashion?
And if you can't fight them, join them, so this week, I am giving you the gift of a delicious and quick recipe that utilizes a number of items in your CSA share. Plus, you get to try out your skills at french-cutting snap beans.