Styling Ringgatan 14bScandinavian Dining Room, Stockholm
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Plan ahead. Goldfarb says most people don’t think about what they’re going to make for dinner until between 4 and 6 p.m. “Then they have to stop at the store after picking up the kids from day care, and it becomes a logistical nightmare,” she says. “That causes many people to just say, ‘Forget it,’ and heat up a frozen pizza or give the kids chicken nuggets, and then the adults will make something different later.”Goldfarb, a mother of two, recommends taking time on the weekend to plan dinners for the rest of the week. Using meal planners and keeping recipes simple help cut down on the chaos.