No Time to Cook? Don't Worry!



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If you haven't heard of Let's Dish, then this upcoming holiday season is the perfect time to try it out. The Greensboro location is celebrating its second birthday with a party this weekend with lots of great specials. Not familiar with the concept? You can go to their store and make fabulous meals for your family in bulk that you then put in the freezer and pull them out when needed. Or choose Dish and Dash, where they do the cooking for you.

Let's Dish isn't the only personal chef service in our area. There's a lot to choose from, including Home Cuisine run by Chef Reto Biaggi, a European chef with 23 years of international experience and 123 Cuisine run by Dianne Blancato.

If you'd really rather cook yourself but just can't find the time, we've got some great time-saving tips for those big holiday meals and even some great recipes to try out this month.

So don't waste the beautiful fall weather toiling in the kitchen. Take advantage of the services the Triad has to offer, and enjoy some of the great family events going on. You can find plenty of fun stuff to do on our calendar, or just take a walk outside with your kids and enjoy some fall leaf crafts.

 

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Myra Wright has been the editor of Piedmont Parent since 2007 and is mom to three kids, ages 16, 13 and 8. Here, she blogs about parenting as well as news and events for Piedmont Triad parents.

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