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Dinner By Design, your answer to family meal time
Your Answer to Family Meal Time
How Dinner By Design Benefits You.
Dinner by Design answers the question "What's for Dinner" with new entrees and offers each month. You can schedule a kitchen session, call for a pick-up, stop by for our pre-made entrees, or schedule a delivery.*
How Dinner By Design Benefits You.
Let us help you make time for yourself and your family to do what you enjoy!
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Why Choose Dinner by Design?

Today's busy families barely have time to plan and prepare nutritious meals. As a result, they often resort to fast or processed food, compromising the nutrition their family needs. With the help of Dinner by Design, you can:

  • Save Time -- Significantly reduce the time and eliminate the stress of planning, preparing and shopping for dinners.
  • Eliminate the stress and mess often associated with meal preparation.
  • Enhance nutrition, food quality and variety -- Have the confidence that your family is eating healthy, delicious meals with quality ingredients. As a result, you can reduce the need for less healthy, processed or fast foods.

Benefits of Family Dinner Time

  • According to researchers at Syracuse University, family routines such as eating dinner together nightly are associated with happier marriages, improved children's health, and stronger family ties.
  • Children whose families usually sit down to a home-cooked meal at the table are less likely to be over weight than those who eat out or bring food in, according to a survey by Prevention Magazine.
  • Family meals are the perfect time to teach kids good manners and to model appropriate table etiquette. Sharing pleasant conversation around the dinner table can also help improve a child's social skills report many family relationship experts.
  • Dining together makes for healthier eaters. Kids who regularly eat with their families tend to have healthier eating patterns. They consume more fruits and vegetables according to several studies, including the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.
  • Data suggests that children in families that eat together three times a week or less are more prone to trouble in school, poorer diets and behavioral problems according to leading researchers.
  • Research by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University consistently finds that the more often children eat dinner with their families, the less likely they are to smoke, drink or use illegal drugs.
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