Entertaining expert and cookbook author Brooke Parkhurst shares her quick and easy recipes for busy weeknights. Her tips and recipes will not only reinvigorate your Monday-through-Friday meal rotation but free up some time to spend outside the kitchen and with those who matter to you most.
Don’t have an hour to spend slicing, dicing, and simmering dinner over the stove? Who does! Preparing dinner for you and your family during the week can be difficult even in the best of times. Making weeknight meals easier, without giving up any flavors is every busy mom’s dream.
Entertaining expert and cookbook author, Brooke Parkhurst shares her quick and easy recipes for busy weeknights. Her tips and recipes will not only reinvigorate your Monday-through-Friday meal rotation but free up some time to spend outside the kitchen and with those who matter to you most.
Some of Brooke’s tips will include:
Shopping tips to help you prep for the week
Simple recipes that are sure to save you time in the kitchen without sacrificing flavor
MORE ABOUT BROOKE PARKHURST:
Brooke is a mother, writer and cook. Tying the knot with her husband James rocked her world and gave her the most delicious morsel of all- daughter, Parker Lee. With their daughter and debut cookbook, Just Married & Cooking, out in the world, Brooke developed into a culinary, entertaining and wine expert with recurring appearances on and writing gigs for: NBC Today Show; CBS New York, The Couch; Fox, Fox & Friends, People.com, Redbook.com and WomensDay.com But that’s no surprise because writing and cooking (and cheese) have always been central to Brooke’s life. Her debut novel with recipes, Belle in the Big Apple features a small town Southern girl who moves to New York City in search of a career—and a good meal. Brooke penned the online food column, Full Plate, (think Carrie Bradshaw-cum-June Cleaver) for the New York Daily News and hosted the ABC digital food series, Eat & Greet. She also served as the lifestyle/cooking correspondent for Conde Nast’s debut web network. Together, James and Brooke are the voice of young couples and families looking for answers to the nightly cooking challenge. They work with everyone from corporate clients, to neighborhood friends to the new couples they meet every week during their Date Night Couples Cooking classes at the Institute of Culinary Education. They’d love to cook with you and make your life a little more delicious.
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