Plans vs. reality. Pretty menus vs. the aftermath of a spontaneous smörgåsbord. Now, more than ever, we find it fascinating to look back at what our families ate for dinner in a given week and how the reality of those meals departed from our best-laid plans. Meagan and Sarah (plus Kelsey from our team) each wrote down our dinners for the past week and we’re here to discuss what worked, what failed, and how we’re faring as we feed our families during a global pandemic. Join us!
This episode was recorded on March 28, 2020.
A NOTE ON EPISODES RELEASED DURING COVID-19: Things change so quickly these days–including recommendations for health and safety, as well as our own thoughts and feelings–so you may hear things that feel a bit dated if you’re catching up on older episodes. Just know that we’re experiencing this in real time just like you, and that we’re working hard to follow the latest recommendations for the safety of our families and our communities. We’re also working hard to bring you timely, relevant podcast episodes in a world that’s changing very quickly.
Call For Questions
We’re getting ready to record another set of Listener Questions episodes and we’d love to hear your voices! We’re hoping for a mix of coronavirus-related parenting questions AND those that are unrelated to current events; either way, send ’em on!
Use the form below to record your question (click here if you can’t see it), or use your phone’s voice memo recorded and email the file to email@example.com.
If you’ve emailed us a written question in the past and we haven’t answered it, try recording your voice! We prioritize audio questions. We also prioritize questions that are general enough to be helpful to a lot of other moms, even if the details are specific to your family. We can’t wait to hear your questions!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 254:
- Meagan’s Pork & Sweet Potato Hash
- Check out our other episodes on the topic of feeding a family
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