Let’s be honest. There are those nights (sometimes more often than not) when the task of putting dinner on the table is way too daunting.
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But before you run though the nearest drive through or order a pizza, consider this: “More often than not, eating at home is healthier,” says Cleveland Clinic dietitian Anna Taylor, RD. “While it’s not impossible to eat healthy out, you have more control over your ingredients and aren’t tempted by overly bloated portion sizes in your own kitchen.”
That’s where the “dinner board” comes in. Just take a peek in your pantry and refrigerator and start piling your picks on a serving platter or cutting board. You might just be surprised what a memorable – and healthful meal – you can assemble out of seemingly nothing.
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