I am a stay-at-home mom. That means, by the very definition of the words, that I am at home during the day. Well, not all day, every day. But still, I’m home more often than not. I should have plenty of time to grocery shop and cook lovely meals for my family. And yet, more often than not, I have a hard time getting dinner on the table.

I know, I know. Dinner happens every day – and yes, pretty much at the same time. Still, menu planning (and sticking to it) is not my forte. Therefore, dinner is a pain in my neck.

Enter Feast in 15, a new e-book from Tiffany King, blogger and meal planning extraordinaire.

I met Tiffany at last year’s Savvy Blogging Summit. Before I went to that conference (which turned out to be awesome), I got a little nervous. I was afraid I’d be surrounded by coupon-clipping, homeschool moms. In short, I was afraid I wouldn’t fit in (since, as you know, I am neither a coupon clipper nor a homeschooler, not that there’s anything wrong with either one of those things!).

Imagine my relief when I found myself at a table of great ladies (who might just have clipped coupons and homeschooled their kiddos!), talking about my favorite topic: TV. Tiffany was at that table, and I so enjoyed getting to know her. In the year since then, I’ve enjoyed reading her blog, as well. She focuses on simple (realistic) recipes and menus, with the goal of helping families spend more time eating at home.

Hence her blog, Eat at Home. And now, her e-book, Feast in 15.

In Feast in 15, you’ll find:

  • Tips for speed cooking dinner.
  • Two weekly menus with complete shopping lists – the planning is done for you!
  • Recipes like Italian Nachos, Meatball Gyros, Garlic Lime Shrimp and more that your family will love.

Cooking just one 15-minute meal at home instead of eating out will save you much more than the cost of the book, which is only $4.99. So what are you waiting for?

You can buy this helpful e-book at http://feastin15.com/, or you can buy the Kindle version at Amazon.

I can’t wait to try Tiffany’s recipe for cheese ravioli with pesto and red peppers, as well as her version of orange chicken. And her tips for cooking fast? Seriously helpful.

If you’re looking for help getting dinner on the table each night – and FAST – this e-book is for you. Feast in 15 is a great resource for busy cooks, and I can’t wait to put the book (and myself) to work in my kitchen!

Sound like something you’d like? Then today just might be your lucky day! I’m giving away one copy of Feast in 15. Just answer the following question in the comments:

What is your biggest obstacle for eating at home more often?

This giveaway will close at midnight on Wednesday, August 10. And I’m linking up to Works for Me Wednesday at We Are THAT Family. Because hello? Dinner in 15 minutes? Why yes, that DOES work for me!

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