Do you have hosting burnout?

Here are five easy recipes that won't exhaust you.

November 15, 2017 18:40
Green beans with mint and garlic

Green beans with mint and garlic. (photo credit: DROR KATZ)


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I have a group of friends that I get together with every once in a while, and the last time we all met, everyone preferred to gather at a local restaurant instead of one our homes like we normally do. When I asked them why, they answered that after the holidays they were tired of hosting at home.

Many times when we host meals in our home, we expend extraordinary amounts of energy and end up terribly exhausted by the end of the evening. So this week, I’m providing my readers with five simple recipes made from ingredients we all have on hand that don’t require too much effort.


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