What is for dinner

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The question as old as time…We came up with a few reasons what makes that question so hard sometimes:

  1. Lack of time: With busy work schedules and other responsibilities, we may not have enough time to plan meals in advance.
  2. Lack of inspiration: It can be difficult to come up with new and interesting meal ideas on a regular basis, especially if you’re not particularly interested in cooking or don’t have a lot of experience in the kitchen.
  3. Dietary restrictions: If you or someone in your household has specific dietary requirements, such as being vegetarian or gluten-free, it can be challenging to find meals that everyone will enjoy and that meet those restrictions.
  4. Limited ingredients: If you’re trying to plan meals around what you already have in your pantry or fridge, it can be challenging to come up with meals that use those ingredients in interesting and satisfying ways.
  5. Indecision: Sometimes it can be hard to decide what you’re in the mood for, or what will be most satisfying after a long day. This can make it hard to plan meals in advance.

Some cookbooks we turn to for inspiration:

Danielle Walker Cookbooks

Danielle Walker is a New York Times bestselling cookbook author (Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, Celebrations and Eat What You Love) health advocate, wellness expert and self-trained chef. After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at age 22 and suffering for many years, Danielle found health through dietary and lifestyle changes. Inspired by her own health journey, Danielle shares her gluten-free recipes on her blog, Against All Grain as a beacon of hope for others. For over a decade she has been a pioneer in advocating for a grain and gluten free lifestyle, having earned a spot on the coveted Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2015. Her delicious recipes have satiated the palates of autoimmune sufferers, kids with food allergies, healthy eaters and foodies alike. From nostalgic comfort foods to healthy holiday swaps and quick and easy meals for kids, Danielle has thousands of recipes, kitchen, food and parenting hacks that make life easier and healthier. Danielle regularly shares her health journey, recipes and expert tips on the TODAY Show, The Doctors, E! News, Access Hollywood, Home & Family, and many other nationally syndicated shows. Her work has been featured in People, O Magazine, USA Today, Shape, Women’s Health, Parents, Well + Good, and more.

For more information follow @DanielleWalker and visit http://www.againstallgrain.com

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