With a little advance planning (and considerably less work than you’d think), it’s easy to make quick, healthy family meals that do double duty. Whether you’re a working mom who travels or want to feed your family quick and easy meals on a family vacation, the Now and Later recipe collection from hotel, spa and restaurant chefs, food bloggers, cookbook authors and grub gurus shows you how.
Next week, Jewish families around the world will be gathering together to celebrate Passover. This is a holiday that celebrates the freedom of the Jewish people from their enslavement in Egypt. In order to share this triumph, Jews and even non-Jews gather together to celebrate freedom. One of the customs of this Jewish holiday is that leavened bread is removed from our diets and homes for 8 days. While this is a no-brainer to take on for gluten-free families, this is not so easy for bread breathing, pizza and pasta partakers. Add on a road trip to this equation and now what? I have some good news for you. There is still time to plan ahead an avoid food challenges this Passover. Here are my 5 ways to celebrate Passover with your family when away from home.
All of these meals are tried and true E-Mealz family recipes. They are great to have on your next vacation when you are in a condo or small kitchenette and are looking to save some money and eat a good home cooked meal. Sure, it’s nice to eat out some on vacation, but sometimes nothing hits the spot like mom’s home cooking. You can usually rest easy knowing you’re not only eating more cost effectively but more calorie and health conscious as well. We hope you and your family enjoy these recipes as much as we do. Happy travels!