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Households With Kids Tips: Justice Households With Kids Tips: Justice
Healthy Living Tips: Carla Healthy Living Tips: Carla
Cooking for Two Tips: Yvonne Cooking for Two Tips: Yvonne
Healthy Living Tips: PJ Healthy Living Tips: PJ
Picky Eater Tips: Jenny Picky Eater Tips: Jenny
Households With Kids Tips: Silvia Households With Kids Tips: Silvia
Cooking for Two Tips: Jane Cooking for Two Tips: Jane
Picky Eater Tips: Rachel Picky Eater Tips: Rachel
Households With Kids Tips: Migdalia Households With Kids Tips: Migdalia
Households With Kids Tips: Justice Fergie
Households With Kids

Justice Fergie: FOODe

"A gal with a crush on food and social media"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Beef and Noodle Stir-Fry
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Time. I arrive home at 6:15 p.m. and need dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes.

Day Job: Attorney and Entrepreneur

Cooks For: Spouse and three children, ages 6, 5 and 2

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Time. I arrive home at 6:15 p.m. and need dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes.
  2. Variety. I feel like we have the same 10 dishes in our menu rotation.
  3. Quantity/Budget. My family goes through food so quickly! This results in multiple trips to the grocery store per week and hundreds of dollars spent.
Favorite Food(s):

French bread, Cambozola cheese, Canadian Chinese food, poutine, Caribbean dishes

About Justice:

Justice Fergie, wife, lawyer, foodie, and supermom, is a lifestyle blogger passionate about food, work-life balance, pop culture, and social media. She is also a co-founder of Be Blogalicious, a movement devoted to celebrating diversity in social media. Justice Fergie is a 2011 Blog Ambassador for ConAgra Foods. Visit her blog: FOODe or follow @JusticeFergie on Twitter™.

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Households With Kids Tips: Silvia
Households With Kids

Silvia: Mama Latina Tips

"The Fearless Cook"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Beef and Noodle Stir-Fry
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Cooking for children. I need to cook something my children will eat.

Day Job: Mom and Blogger

Cooks For: Spouse and two children, ages 6 and 3

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Cooking for children. I need to cook something my children will eat.
  2. Health. I'd like to learn how to include more vegetables in my meals.
  3. Time. It's hard to find the time to plan my meals.
Favorite Food(s):

Almost anything Mexican, Thai curry, pasta

About Silvia:

Born in Mexico, Silvia started cooking at 12. In 2009, she founded Mama Latina Tips, a bilingual blog with topics of interest to mommies, including, among others, children, food, health, and entertainment. She loves dancing, cooking, reading, watching movies, and spending time with her family and friends.

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Cooking for Two Tips: Yvonne
Cooking for Two

Yvonne: Yvonne

"Always up for a new twist to something old"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Peanut Butter-Apple Wrap with Granola
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Being home to start dinner

Day Job: Makeup Artist, Photographer, and Blogger

Cooks For: Spouse, children, and family friend who lives with the family

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Being home to start dinner
  2. Being prepared (as in taking food out of the freezer)
  3. Cost
Favorite Food(s):

This is very hard for me. I love variety, but if I must choose, I'll say homemade pizza, fancy sandwiches like panini or wraps, salads, prime rib, anything with eggs, rice pudding, and ice cream.

About Yvonne:

I love sharing information with people, whether it's a makeup tip, a new product I just discovered, or how to cook a tasty meal. People are what food is about! Even if we cook just for ourselves, we deserve it prepared with love because that effort comes through to the plate. I want to show love through my food. Read more about me on my blog.

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Healthy Living Tips: PJ
Healthy Living

PJ: Real Men Drive Minivans

"Master of the Santoku"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Asian-Style Shredded Pork Wraps
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Time

Day Job: Stay-at-Home Dad

Cooks For: Spouse and two children, an infant and a 2-year-old

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Time
  2. Inspiration
  3. Figuring out what my son will actually eat
Favorite Food(s):

Anything braised, Italian, sushi

About PJ:

PJ is a stay-at-home dad, amateur chef, prolific air drummer, and The Stig in a minivan. He blogs about his adventures in fatherhood from the captain's chair at Real Men Drive Minivans, writes a weekly cooking article for Digital Dads, and is a contributor at Man of the House.

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Picky Eater Tips: Jenny
Picky Eater

Jenny: Mommin' It Up

"A Slapdash Chef"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Rosemary-Garlic Pot Roast
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Timing. Getting the main dish and sides ready at the same time.

Day Job: Stay-at-Home Mom

Cooks For: Spouse and three children, ages 6, 4, and infant

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Timing. Getting the main dish and sides ready at the same time.
  2. Planning ahead. Figuring out what we are having for dinner before, say, 5 p.m. rolls around.
  3. Picky children. Two kiddos who are very picky eaters! I'm always making a different meal for them, which is inconvenient.
Favorite Food(s):

Pasta, pork chops, potatoes, corn, cheese

About Jenny:

Jenny is a stay-at-home mom of a first grader, a preschooler, and a newborn, and is currently holding on to her personal motto "Thirty is the New Awesome" with both hands. She began blogging at Mommin' It Up with her cousin Emily Berry in 2007. She loves her husband of almost 11 years, coupons, and making others laugh with her blog posts. She also has a wee vanity problem and is really into fashion, beauty, and laughing at her own jokes.

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Healthy Living Tips: Carla
Healthy Living

Carla: MizFitOnline

"Powered by PLAYouts"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Spinach Walnut Penne
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Timing

Day Job: Freelance Writer, Social Media Consultant, and Play Date Arranger

Cooks For: Spouse and daughter, age 5

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Timing. I have a husband who works till 8 p.m. and an early-riser child, who tends to be sound asleep when her father arrives home. I need to find recipes where the creating can be Mommy & Me (my daughter loves to "help"), eaten around 6 p.m. by the first sitting, and still remain palatable for the second sitting with the spouse.
  2. Palates. Whether it's nature or nurture, my child takes after her mama in the penchant for the plainer foods in life. I'm working to keep introducing new tastes (mainly spicy), and to start getting them consumed, and not snubbed.
  3. Health. I frequently revert back to dinners of steamed/grilled/poached protein, veggies, and fruit for dessert. I know this is healthy, and I also know this will set my daughter up for success the next day (energy and mood-wise), but I would like to expand my repertoire and cook more!
Favorite Food(s):

Mine: Salmon
The Child's: Mac and cheese
The Husband's (according to the child): Toast

About Carla:

Carla attempts to juggle motherhood, filming motivational/exercise videos, crafting copious amounts of Tweets, recording a podcast, and blogging all without breaking a sweat. When she does, as happens frequently, she simply calls it cardio. Her health mantra is... fitness isn't about fitting in. She believes we might all share the goal of a longer, healthier life, but it's OK (and even encouraged if you're in her family) to carve your unique path there.

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Cooking for Two Tips: Jane
Cooking for Two

Jane: Mom Generations

"Seeking Delicious Simplicity"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Italian Chicken Packets
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Time

Day Job: Freelance Writer

Cooks For: Boyfriend

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Time. My boyfriend and I are super busy, between work and our various commitments. Sometimes grabbing something on the run seems easiest, but we both want that to change, because we know we can eat better at home, and save money in the process!
  2. Stepping out of my comfort zone. As someone who never took naturally to cooking, I find it scary to try new things, or if a recipe calls for an ingredient I don't recognize, I've always just looked for a new recipe entirely. But this means that I only have a few solid, go-to recipes, and I would like some more variety!
  3. Simplicity. Some recipes are too complicated—as I mentioned above, I'm not a "natural" in the kitchen, so I need recipes that give fantastic directions and are simple to understand. I want to do this for my boyfriend and me, but I also want to have a family someday (soon!), so simplicity will be key in making healthy dinners for us to enjoy on a regular basis.
About Jane:

Jane, who blogs at MomGenerations.com, is a freelance writer by day and a runner and triathlete in her free time. She has been dating her boyfriend for more than a year, and he has awakened the domestic goddess inside she never thought existed. Jane has always been a better baker than cook, but she hopes to start a family soon and realizes that a steady diet of brownies is probably not ideal.

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Picky Eater Tips: Rachel
Picky Eaters

Rachel: Following In My Shoes

"Witty and Creative"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Pizza "Calzone" Bake
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Health. I want to make sure the recipe is healthy. I lost 40 pounds this year by changing the way our family eats.

Day Job: Stay-at-Home Mom and Blogger

Cooks For: Spouse and children, ages 3, 1, and baby on the way

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Health. I want to make sure the recipe is healthy. I lost 40 pounds this year by changing the way our family eats.
  2. Time. Making sure the meal is made quicklyótoddlers are not patient people!
  3. Picky eaters. I want to create a meal my picky son will eat.
Favorite Food(s):

There's very little in the way of food that I don't love: Thai, Tex-Mex, Mexican, Italian, and French are my favorites. But, my hands-down favorite comfort food is oven-roasted rosemary sweet potatoes. Yum!

About Rachel:

Rachel is the author of Following In My Shoes, where she uses her witty humor to blog about motherhood, healthy living, and life as a grown-up girl. A former English teacher turned stay-at-home-mom, Rachel relies on Following In My Shoes as a platform for writing, thinking, reading, laughing, and connecting with other grown-up girls and boys.

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Households With Kids Tips: Migdalia
Households With Kids

Migdalia: Latina on a Mission

"30 Minutes to Tasty"

Favorite ReadySetEat Recipe:
Peanut Butter-Apple Wraps
Top Dinner Dilemma:

Time

Day Job: Blogger, Social Media Consultant, and Amateur "Foodie"

Cooks For: Two children, ages 16 and 10

Top Three Dinner Dilemmas:
  1. Time
  2. Health
  3. Taste

I'm always on the lookout for quick, healthy meals that also tantalize my family's taste buds.

Favorite Food(s):

Chicken stew, lasagna; tacos, chicken with arroz con gandules (rice and peas)

About Migdalia:

Migdalia, a single mother of two, gave up her career as a Senior Corporate Paralegal to become a work-at-home mom. She now juggles mealtimes, projects, and her sons with as much finesse as she possessed in the boardroom. Using her sons as willing guinea pigs, she's set out to find quick, healthy, flavorful meals. Read Migdalia on Latina on a Mission, and connect with her on Twitter: @MsLatina.

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