Abby and April, as they’re known at The Open Door Sisterhood, know a thing or two about getting dinner on the table. Both working moms with lots of mouths at home to feed, they both love to cook and have a realistic approach to what actually works. From meal planning to trying new recipes, these two real-life sisters give us practical tips to everyday cooking.
These ladies are the chefs at The Open Door Sisterhood annual Mastermind Retreat. We have tasted their food (and experienced their low-stress approach in the kitchen) and can fully vouch for their expertise. Delicious, healthy, and simple food is what they focus on in their own homes and they bring that to their readers at their Everyday Table blog. Rightly named they are speaking to the man or woman who may not have experience or time to do something fancy, but still want to cook delicious food.
This is the first of a two-part series on getting dinner on the table. We know fall is the time families are getting back in their routines, and you, sister, are trying to figure out what’s for dinner. Listen to our friends talk about the simplicity of meal planning and how it can save you time, money, and stress. And who doesn’t want that?!
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Listen to our conversation on iTunes.
A few things you heard on the show:
Thanks to our partner for this episode, Craft a Community. Gathering in your home is easy, cozy, and perfect for real talk. Kate will send you ideas for conversation starters, encouragement for taking the risk to invite, and support from her own experience hosting countless groups of women to gather and craft.
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Loved this episode. Can you tell me what kind of curry you purchased in the chicken curry recipe you were talking about? I’d love to try it.