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D is for Dinner: some quick, health, affordable dinner ideas for busy families

d is for pirronen.jpgWhether you're a busy parent or a single on the go, making home-cooked meals can sometimes seem like a challenge. There's the buying, the prepping, and of course the cooking...But before you give up and head over to the microwaveable food aisle, Michele Piironen of Food to Grow has some advice. She's a busy mom and a personal chef who understands the struggle, and has some practical and affordable solutions. She joined us to give some tips, and to share two recipes which you can try out over here.

 

 

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