Cover Reveal for Eat at Home Tonight Cookbook!

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I’m so excited to show you the cover for Eat at Home Tonight!

I’ve been working on this cookbook for a very long time now and it’s getting so close to moving from my kitchen into your kitchen!  Each chapter is designed to solve a different dilemma surrounding family dinner.  You’ll find recipes for when you only have fifteen minutes, you’ve got no time for dishes, the pantry is empty, everyone needs to eat on a different schedule and more.

The thing about dinner is that we all want to eat it, but finding the time to cook it when we’ve got a million other things to do can be hard.  In fact, sometimes it feels impossible!  How to make dinner when we aren’t in the kitchen, but are driving a pre-teen across town to soccer practice instead?

This book has the solution for that!

The book releases on September 11, but it’s available for pre-order now on:

If you know you’d like a copy, pre-ordering is a great way to go. It’s like sending a gift to your future self. And it makes a big difference in how many actual books will be stocked in stores too.

I truly hope you love the book as much as I loved writing it! I’ve found myself turning to these recipes a lot for our family dinners and I can’t wait to share them with you.  I’d love nothing more than for your copy to be dog-eared, flour dusted, marked in and used!

No matter how you get dinner on the table, you’re part of a tribe of women who value family and connecting at the end of the day.  I don’t know about you, but that fills me with hope in this crazy world!

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  1. On the baked spaghetti recipe to make it for one hundred people what size were the industrial foil pans? Also what are the portions for each pan?

    • Beth Moore says:

      Ron – I checked with Tiffany on this one and she divided the spaghetti between 5 of the largest pans available at the grocery store. We’re not sure the exact size on these but they’re bigger and deeper than the usual 9 x 13. Hope that helps and let us know if you have any other questions!

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