Here's the deal: You get together with a few of your friends (bring the kids too, if you have to), and cook up a bunch of big-batch family meals with them. Dinner when you need it, done.
There's no reason the fun can't start before trick-or-treating.
Because you need something in your belly before you load up on all that candy, right?
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One of the easiest ways to entertain your kids this summer is to get in the kitchen.
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Make your dinner do double duty by repurposing the leftovers as fuss-free kids' lunches.
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Without the allure of new lunchboxes, packing lunch this time of year can get tedious, so one mom is stepping it up with new ideas.
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This Thanksgiving, set the kids up with one of these fun projects. Little kids can roll cheese balls and cut out shapes with cookie cutters, and older kids can do more-complicated projects like creating a turkey-shaped veggie platter.
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These simple, but special ideas will punch up your crew's lunchboxes with nary a hand-carved cow sandwich in sight.
Set yourself up for success on busy weeknights by having vegetables ready to use. With some smart planning, you'll be enjoying the same home cooking, just a little earlier than our lazy days of summer.
What better way to savor the last days of sunshine than packing up a breakfast picnic? Take your pick: we've got muffins, eggs and more, each of them to-go.
Try these favorite tricks of the meal-making trade to make meal time easier.
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It's hard getting kids to eat carrots. But when I cook carrots in dishes like these, voila. Suddenly everyone's a fan. Get the recipes now.