ARDL 233: Simplifying Suppertime with Kimberly Duffy

When life gets busy, how do you go about feeding yourself and your family in a way that still fulfills your personal values and desires? 

This week Kristi, who doesn’t cook, and Lindsey, who loves to cook, chat with Kimberly Duffy, who not only loves to cook but highly values making everything from scratch with natural ingredients. 

No matter your level of cooking skills, you’ll find something of use in this episode to answer the question, What’s for dinner even on the busiest of days. 

Links Mentioned

  • Change Your Life Chicken and Sheet Pan Dinners with The Lazy Genius
  • Kim’s Salad Nicoise: Boiled potatoes and lightly boiled green beans, hard boiled eggs, tuna, homemade vinegarette, lettuce, some chopped peppers and pickles. Also on Pinterest.
  • Kristi’s Favorite Corndogs
  • Every Plate meal service
  • Bubbie’s Pickles

Meet Kimberly Duffy

Kimberly Duffy is a Long Island native currently living in Southwest Ohio, via six months in India. When she’s not homeschooling her four kids, she writes historical fiction that takes her readers back in time and across oceans. Her first novel was the highly-acclaimed A Mosaic of Wings. You can find her at kimberlyduffy.com.

You can also connect with Kim and watch her render lard and make amazing Indian dinners over on Instagram, Facebook, or Pinterest. Buy her books at Baker Book House or wherever books are sold.

Be sure to follow us on our socials @aroughdraftlife on Instagram and Facebook as we simplify suppertime and read lots of books.

For show notes, virtual party info, and more visit aroughdraftlife.com

As always, find us each @lindseypbrackett and @kristiannhunter on Instagram or Facebook. Find out more about Lindsey’s and Kristi’s books on their websites,  lindseypbrackett.com and kristiannhunter.com.

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