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creamtea June 29, 2015
1) Weeknight quick but flavorful meal options that will please teens and college students; 2) how to offer flexible main dish options that will please vastly opposing diets at one table (example: this week we had one vegetarian, and one GERD diet, otherwise I often have Paleo and veg at the same table...)
 
Leah H. June 28, 2015
Suggestions for impressive appetizers/hors d'oeuvres you can make ahead of time if you're having a cocktail party so you're not stuck in the kitchen?
 
Stephanie G. June 27, 2015
I have questions about vegetarian meal planning. What should be the center of the meal? What wines go with what vegetables?
 
kimhw June 26, 2015
Sundays I have a few hours free, but the work week is crazy. I need to get enough prep and cooking done so that I can feed my whole family a quick and healthy meal within just a few minutes of getting home from work. And it needs to last from Sunday to Friday.
 
Niknud June 24, 2015
Short of asking you to help redesign my kitchen (always welcome of course), it would be nice to get some tips when you only have one oven and about 20 people to feed. I've gotten it down with Turkey Day and in the summer I just BBQ, but it might be helpful to have new ideas. What do you do when you have more than one dish that requires the stove?
 
boulangere June 24, 2015
Ok, I think I get it. Questions, not ideas.
 
Kenzi W. June 24, 2015
Yes, questions!
 
boulangere June 24, 2015
I'm a bit confused. Questions or ideas?
 
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