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10 Ways Gatheredtable is Better in 2016

Posted on April 2nd, 2016 in About Gatheredtable by Katin

Last year was pretty great here at Gatheredtable, and we’re already helping you make homemade meals even easier in 2016! We’ve worked to make improvements based on your requests and feedback. Here’s a reminder of everything new since last year…


How to Stock a Paleo Pantry

Posted on March 28th, 2016 in Kitchen Stories, Meal Planning by Katin

One of the special diets that we cater to with Gatheredtable Meal Planning is the Paleo diet – based on a grain-free approach, featuring healthy meats and no beans, legumes or processed ingredients. If you’re considering a Paleo diet for yourself, we can help.


Organize Your Spices, You’ll be Glad You Did

Posted on March 22nd, 2016 in Mary's Posts, Kitchen Stories by Mary

Home cooking can fall anywhere on the spectrum between a chore and a pleasure. One of the things that really helps me land more on the pleasure side of that field is having an organized kitchen, where grabbing ingredients and equipment is easy and convenient, eliminating some of those little barriers to cooking.


Take a Tour of Gatheredtable

Posted on March 14th, 2016 in About Gatheredtable, Meal Planning, How It Works by Katin

Want to really dig into Gatheredtable? Check out these visual guides to the major features: Personal Preferences, Menu Planner, Grocery Lists & Recipe Library.


Why Paleo? An Interview with Elana Amsterdam of Elana’s Pantry

Posted on March 14th, 2016 in Kitchen Stories by Katin

We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Elana Amsterdam, author of the New York Times Best Selling cookbook Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry and the popular site Elana’s Pantry, founded in 2006. She gave up grains over a decade ago in 2001 and is known as a pioneer in grain-free cooking and baking, tempting foodies everywhere with her incredibly simple, yet flavorful recipes for dynamic, vibrantly healthy food.


Oatmeal 101

Posted on February 21st, 2016 in Our Recipes by Emily

Oatmeal is one of the easiest, most filling and versatile breakfasts available. which is why it will always be a staple breakfast food for us.


Roast Chicken 101

Posted on February 4th, 2016 in Our Recipes, Mary's Posts by Mary

If you enjoy chicken, then Whole Roast Chicken needs to be in your repertoire!  Why?

  1.  It’s the highest ROI (Return on Investment) chicken dish you can make. It’s easy, affordable, and reliably DELICIOUS. Read more about Recipe ROI.
  2. It’s better homemade. While there’s no shame in grabbing the occasional pre-made rotisserie chicken, it’s just not the same… Try roasting one at home, it’s sublime.
  3. The leftovers can be parlayed into fantastic recipes from tacos to dinner salads to chicken pot pie, check out our collection of recipes to use up roast chicken.
  4. More than a single recipe, roast chicken has endless variants, so once you master these basics you can range far and wide. Check out our Roast Chicken Round-Up Collection.


Getting Started with Gatheredtable (video)

Posted on February 3rd, 2016 in About Gatheredtable, How It Works by Katin

In this quick getting started guide, we’ll show you how to manage your meal planner, create grocery lists, and save any recipe to your very own recipe library.


14 Tips to Help You Cook More at Home

Posted on January 5th, 2016 in About Gatheredtable, Meal Planning, Our Recipes by Katin

We challenge you to eat all homemade meals for 14 days!

Whether you’re looking to jumpstart healthy eating, get back in the kitchen, or save some money on your food budget – the #homemade14 challenge will help! Just stick with it for 14 days, and at the end you’ll have a whole new approach to cooking and eating – we promise. Hopefully these 14 daily tips will help:


Flavor Combinations Guide to Coherent Cuisine

Posted on May 10th, 2015 in Who Knew? by Emily

When I’m not testing recipes for Gatheredtable, I like to take a break from recipes and just sort of wing it. A little of this, a dash of that and voilà, dinner! I grew up cooking quite a bit with my mom, but even with that background in the kitchen, it’s taken me some trial and error to really see which flavors went well together.

The key in my mind to winging it is knowing which flavors to pair and which combinations to avoid. What do you combine to make something taste more Mexican or Asian inspired? How do you get that perfect Italian flavor?