#151+++ – A Chat with Allison Schaaf from Prep Dish

#151+++ – A Chat with Allison Schaaf from Prep Dish

If your life is anything like mine, mealtimes can be the most chaotic time of the day. If I haven’t thought about dinner by 5pm, my family will be lucky to get toast and a bowl of cereal for the evening meal. But this isn’t what I want for my mealtimes. I want to look forward to dinnertime, not feel drained by it. And when I have the right tools and prioritize a little prep, I’m usually pleasantly surprised by how simple it can be.

On today’s podcast, I chat with Allison Schaaf, the creator of Prep Dish–a subscription meal planning service that helps people plan nutritious, creative meals with no stress or hassle. We talk about what it’s like to run her own business, how planning ahead eliminates mealtime stress, and how focusing on the outcome of good food can make it easier to put in the work.

Allison’s business started simply from her love of cooking. She knew that she didn’t want to be a restaurant chef or a hospital dietician, but she did want to pursue her passion for cooking and have a personal touch on people’s lives. After taking several confident, courageous steps toward her dream, she launched her own business and is now helping families trade dinnertime chaos for delicious, nutrient-rich meals.

The Prep Dish subscription gives you a grocery list, recipes, and instructions for how to prep your food in just a few hours for the entire week. And voila! Not only does it help you get in the habit of prepping your food ahead of time, it gives you all the tools you need make it simple.

I’m all about this. Lord knows I would give anything to be as cool as a cucumber when meal time rolls around. For those of you who need practical how-to’s–this is it! Allison simply and knowledgeably explains 1) how to make a little prep time go a long way, 2) shares a few recipes and ingredients that have multiple uses, and 3) tells us her favorite things to have on hand in a pinch.

Highlight from Today’s Episode:

  • Developing courage by following your fear to the end
  • Eliminating the chaos at dinnertime
  • How to prep food in bulk that lasts a long time
  • A few practical recipes to have ready in a pinch

Resources From Today’s Show 

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Let’s Talk!

After you’ve listened to the podcast, I’d love to continue the conversation. Be sure and leave a comment!

  1. What is the most stressful part of mealtime for you? What are some tips you’ve learned to alleviate that stress?
  2. What’s one goal you have for taking charge of your food in 2018? How will you know you’ve been successful?
  3. What keeps your from following your passion and doing what you really want to do?

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How to Listen to The Podcast

If you’re new to podcasts, think of them like little radio shows that you can listen to at your convenience. They are perfect to listen to and learn from as you workout, fold laundry, wash dishes or conquer the world.

1. Listen right here on the blog. Click the little play button at the beginning of this post.

2. Listen on iTunes or Stitcher or Google Play! – Be sure and subscribe so you don’t miss an episode! Also, if you would be so kind as to leave a rating on iTunes and/or write a 2-3 sentence review there or on Stitcher?  Your commentary or rating helps make the podcast more “findable” by others who might not know it exists!

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You have been so great to join me on the journey here on the blog, I hope you jump right in and do the same on the podcast!

By | 2018-01-27T11:15:24+00:00 January 27th, 2018|Food & Fitness, Podcast|2 Comments
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  1. Darcey January 29, 2018 at 9:15 am - Reply

    Loved the PodCast this morning and am signing up now. I have 4 kids and a husband and am willing to try ANYTHING to get food on the table with less headache and planning for me (I realize that the meals are for a family of 4 but I am a pretty good cook, once I get in the kitchen and will figure out how to stretch things…) Thanks for having her!

    • Chrystal Hurst January 29, 2018 at 9:31 pm - Reply

      Thanks for listening!

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