Quick and Easy Tips for Delicious Weeknight Meals | Tuesday’s Tip of the Day!
First of all, cooking during the week is absolutely possible regardless of that last minute 5:00 all-hands meeting.
The most important part is being prepared and having a plan. Anticipate the week ahead and utilize what free time you do have, however little that may be, to make a plan. Whether that plan is Blue Apron or ordering groceries through Amazon Prime, it’s getting food to your table. These two options can be done on the treadmill, while waiting for your triple tall Americano, during your lunch break or on the subway.
Think of ordering food that can be used for several meals, like a whole roasted chicken for tonight’s supper, tomorrow’s chicken sandwich and the evening’s chicken noodle soup. Make a big batch of quinoa, vinaigrette, pasta, or whatever suits your fancy and simply toss and adorn to your heart’s content. Chop all your veggies and simply use what you need when you need it for a quick sauté or roast.
We think putting together a delicious home cooked meal after a long day’s work is such a feat, but truth be told, its absolutely possible with a little foresight and planning. And, what better way to unwind than making dinner for those that you love.
For other terrific tips and hundreds of recipes, like my whole roasted chicken and numerous vinaigrettes and soups, perfect for making in batches for the week ahead, visit my website (thetabletogether.com). While there, consider “subscribing” and I will send a new tip or blog post directly to your inbox every Tuesday and Wednesday morning!
P.S. Make sure you check out my YouTube channel, The Table Together with Tiffany Lewis, for dozens of videos solely dedicated to bringing all of these fantastic tips and recipes to life!
Cheers to starting a new tradition around The Table Together!
Founder and true believer in the power of bringing people around The Table Together!