5 Simple Pantry Suppers for Busy Weeknights

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Today I’m over at Food Your Way, sharing simple supper ideas created from pantry and refrigerator staples. From the post,

Weeknight dinners can be harried. Homework, music lessons, club meetings, gym workouts — these good things can keep you out and about during rush hour. The siren song of the drive-thru can be tempting on those nights.

You know that homecooked is better and more economical, but do you have what you need at home? Or do you have to run by the crowded grocery store at the end of a busy day?

Solve a week’s worth of dinner dilemmas by keeping the fixings for these five easy meals on hand.

Pop on over to the post to see what these go-to meals are and to share your own ideas in the comments section.

About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. In the last post about the cookies, what kind of cookie press is that? Any recommendations?

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      @Judy, it’s a Wilton cookie press that I got at after-Christmas sales a year or two ago. It’s a little tricky — which is why I don’t use it super often, but once I get the hang of it, it works great.

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