Ask Your Questions: A Family and Kids Fall-Themed Google+ Hangout

By: Sarah De Heer

A Family and Kids Fall-Themed Google+ HangoutFall ushers in comforting dishes, football Sundays and the inevitable back-to-school whirlwind. This whirlwind includes coming up with ideas for breakfast, lunch, after-school snacks and, on top of that, a quick, easy and satisfying dinner for the entire family. It can become slightly overwhelming. FN Dish is here to help.

Join Food Network's Melissa d'Arabian, Catherine McCord of Weelicious.com and Dan Pashman of CookingChannelTV.com's Web series, Good to Know, for a Google+ Hangout about all things fall-related on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 1pm EST.

They'll be chatting about family-friendly recipes, secret weapons for grocery shopping, game-watching snacks and delicious fall dishes, even sharing some fun ideas for Halloween.

Do you have a question you want answered? Post your questions for the Google+ Hangout here and return to that page on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 1pm EST to see if yours is answered.

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