We’re here to inspire you with cooking ideas and to help you get delicious food on your table in a short format that fits into your busy life. In each episode, your host, Christine Pittman of COOKtheSTORY, gives you some exciting food for thought during her chat with a fascinating person from the cooking world. She then wraps up the episode with a 5-day meal plan full of tasty ideas so that you can spend less time planning and more time cooking (and eating!). Learn more about our guests and get our weekly meal plans at COOKtheSTORY.com/MealPlans Note: Sometimes we link to products with affiliate links, meaning that we earn a small commission on items purchased after following that link. Amazon Disclosure Statement: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. However, opinions are always honest. If you're new to the show, check out our 1 year anniversary episode (#52) where we talk about how the show works and what we've learned after one year of talking with amazing guests... more
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Full of great tips to help busy people get through their week!!
Is anyone else obsessed with Christine's voice? It's so soothing. Especially after her convo with the guest when she's just talking to the listener! So much good info here. The meal plans, the time management tips: I am here for it all.
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Christine has some great ideas for cooking and time management. What a great approach for simplified living and a harmonious living.
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