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Fall Kitchen Series with Melissa D’Arabian

Our fall kitchen series is designed to help inspire and equip you to get dinner on the table. Meal time matters. Studies show that families who set aside time for family dinners reduce their children’s risk of destructive behaviors and foster belonging, safety, and confidence.

But let’s be honest. We also want our food to taste good when we gather around the table! Today Melissa D’Arabian joins us for Part 2 of this two part special series with tasty recipes and helpful ideas. Winner of Season 5 of The Food Network Star, Melissa is no stranger to the kitchen or to creating delicious meals for the masses and also for her family of six.

Whether you are cooking for a crowd, or cooking for a small few, this episode will underscore the value of the table in your life.

Tasting Grace

Coronado, California

Ten Dollar Dinners

Smoky Tumeric

Potato Bacon Torte

Breakfast Fried Rice

Four Step Chicken Piccata

Kale, Quinoa, Garbanzo Salad

Shredded Beef Enchiladas

Amish Crock Pot Apple Butter

Hootenanny Chicken Chili


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. 

Perfect for a mom’s night out, a women’s ministry event, or a church small group – open a craft kit at your kitchen table is MAGIC. 


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