Dinner Ideas

Clean Eating Jump Start Guide

Complete the 7 day challenge with the Jump Start Guide. Includes:
  • Clean Eating Overview
  • Weekly Meal Plan Outline
  • Seven Dinner, Lunch and Breakfast Recipes


Today is National Family Day, declared as an official day of observance and celebration by President Bush, to specifically inspire the nation to eat dinner at home with the kids for at least one day! We know that Monday may not be the best night for every family to have dinner together. And in order to enable and encourage everyone to easily set aside one night out of this week to have a special dinner, we created a free (and delicious) special Family Night menu that can be downloaded from the left navigation of our site. Just pick a dedicated night for dinner at home with your family, and make it happen! You can even involve everyone in the shopping, cooking and cleaning!

Feeding Generation Y

Yes, generation Y gets the candy bar in the grocery store line and eating out is not an occasion but a habit. A “Happy Meal” was primo fast food for me as a child but is now beneath Gen Y ‘ers. Their pallets are much more refined, yet I didn’t know what a “pallet” was until I was grown. Kids turn packages over to read the nutrition content and enjoy gourmet, organic, and vegetarian options. “Don’t be a food snob!” you may hear me bark to my kids. “Go fix a PB&J for crying out loud!”