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!
RONALD CARTER says
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!