Meal Planning for Spring from Gatheredtable

Planning for Spring from Gatheredtable

Spring cannot come soon enough this year. After a winter of record breaking snowfall, I have never been more ready for the freshness of spring: asparagus, leeks, ramps, rhubarb, fresh peas and more. As the ground starts to thaw, I am determined to make the most of the market’s bounty and try some new and colorful recipes.

 

In the past, I’ve struggled to find creative and delicious recipes in time for the short spring season. But this year I’ve been working with Gatheredtable, a new meal planning service, to help me accomplish this goal. I’m excited to introduce Miss O Moms readers to Gatheredtable and we’re even offering a special membership to all readers.

 

Here’s how it works: After a quick signup online, Gatheredtable sends you a weekly meal plan based on your family’s likes and dislikes. You edit the menu as much or as little as you want and then use the app to seamlessly shop for everything you need at the grocery store.  During particularly busy weeks though, you can have the groceries delivered right to your door via Gatheredtable’s partnership with Peapod. The site also features tips and tricks, like the best way to prep asparagus to make weeknight cooking easier. Best of all, the recipes feature the season’s best and help you make sure your family is enjoying fresh, flavorful meals.

 

This week, I’m trying three new dishes from Gatheredtable’s latest newsletter: Creamy Pasta with Leeks and Peas, Raw Asparagus Salad (my favorite so far!!!), and Sesame Asparagus Stir Fry.  I hope you’ll give them a try!

Gatheredtable has partnered with Miss O Moms and is offering our readers an extended free trial!

Sign up through this link for free access to Gatheredtable for the rest of 2015!

 

Creamy Pasta with Leeks and Peas from Gatheredtable

Sesame Chicken and Asparagus Stir Fry from Gatheredtable

Shaved Asparagus with Lemon Parmesan Dressing from Gatheredtable Shaved Raw Asparagus Salad from Gatheredtable - Full Recipe

Sign up through this link for free access to Gatheredtable for the rest of 2015!

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