Don’t Know What to Make For Dinner Tonight??


Got your attention didn’t I!?

I just found a website that provides amazing recipes for you all week long!

A Flash In The Pan

Delivers the recipes, provides a print sheet AND helps you with your grocery list! {I need that part the most.} In fact, I’m havingtheir Chicken Soup with Rice for dinner, and yes we’ll be reading the book!

And this cooksheet thing? It tells you when to start cooking what for each meal! (click that and scroll down to see an ‘example’.) Like this:

  • 5:46 start the chicken
  • 5:51 Start the noodles
  • 5:54 add something else to the chicken…

and so on.

{I’m going to ask them to add in the part where you have to turn the whole meal off and run to pick up your 11yrold cuz you totally forgot her at little league??}

My Friend Shellie over at Blog4Mom has created a giant group of giveaways including 100 FREE Subscriptions! Check out her site to see all the blog participants and to find out how to win your subscription.

Oh and get this….!

Better than a full year of meals, suggestions and recipes?


The amazing and very professional chefs behind A Flash In The Pan, are going to come to YOUR HOUSE to cook for you! They will fly in, do the shopping, do the cooking and the cleaning up (okay you might have to help with that part..) But HOW freakin’ cool is that? If I were to win.. I would soo invite some girlfriends over for a rockin’ girl’s night at MY house! What would you do?

What are you waiting for? Head over to Blog4Mom and check out all the places you can enter!

There will be additional winners and the Grand Prize Winner announced This Wednesday via Twitter. Yup. Earth Day.

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6 Responses to “Don’t Know What to Make For Dinner Tonight??”

  1. Mark and Katie Says:

    That website sounds totally up my alley. Mmmm…makes me hungry just thinking about what to make for dinner tonight. I’m back visiting from BSU…I’m one of the other Oregon blogs. See you around.

  2. Jenners Says:

    This sounds really helpful! thanks!

  3. Cascia Says:

    I read about this on another blog. It does sound very interesting because I am not a very good cook. I still need to take the time to check it out.

  4. Jo Says:

    That recipe sounds yummy. I totally agree they need to add in at least 20 extra minutes for all the “mom, mom, MOM!” that happens while you are trying to cook dinner. It is so bad here, when my cockatoo hears Little Man yell “mom!” she yells, “WHAT??” in response. I want someone to come cook me dinner.

  5. sara Says:

    Thanks for the comment. I’m not sure how you found my blog, but thanks for stopping by! I’ll be a regular visitor here, I love the recipe. I’m just trying to figure out if I have all these ingredients at home!

  6. CC Says:

    darn it! How does this twitter thing work. I need to enter this!!!!!!!!!!!!! #??? @???? help!!!!!Maybe we should just have had a twitter lesson on Sat. 😉

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