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Fall Fun and Gifts for Everyone!

Posted on: October 4th, 2012

Here at S&S there are a few things we love about the fall…  Cooler weather, football and the state fair to name a few.  We also love knowing that the holidays are right around the corner and so are all of the fabulous Holiday Bazaars where we get to see you! Introducing: We are proud to introduce 2 new casseroles[...] [ Read More → ]

Fall is here! Plan an outdoor dinner party.

Posted on: September 26th, 2012

The temperatures this week may say otherwise, but fall has finally arrived. Soon, we’ll see the mercury begin to fall as cooler fall weather moves into North Texas. Are you itching to spend time outside after another hot Texas summer? Ready to enjoy evenings on your patio again? We are right there with you. The cooler fall temperatures provide the[...] [ Read More → ]

Train your children to make healthy food choices by making family dinnertime a priority

Posted on: September 20th, 2012

Taking time for family dinner is an important element of teaching your children to live health lifestyles. From an early age, children pick up on habits they see in their parents, including eating habits. If the habit for your family is to eat dinner at different times, or in front of the TV, your kids will establish those same habits[...] [ Read More → ]

Take Away Chef — The easy dinner solution for busy Dallas families

Posted on: September 13th, 2012

Is your after school routine so busy you feel like you’re running in a hundred different directions? Do you struggle to get dinner on the table in the midst of football practice, dance class, piano lessons and homework? If so, you’re not alone. Americans are busier now than ever, and most families struggle to find the time to eat dinner[...] [ Read More → ]

Planning a class party? Be prepared for the task with Take Away Chef boxed lunches.

Posted on: September 7th, 2012

Have you been recruited to help plan a class party for your school-aged child? If not, chances are that you will be asked to help at some point during their years of education! No pressure, but every kid wants his or her parent to plan the ‘best class party ever!’ Planning a memorable party that stands out among the rest[...] [ Read More → ]

End of summer pool party tips

Posted on: August 28th, 2012

The new school year has started but the first three-day weekend is just around the corner. Kids will have Monday off of school for Labor Day — marking the end of summer. After Labor Day, area pools will be closed for the season and focus will shift from summer fun to school, fall and football. What better way to say[...] [ Read More → ]

Football season is almost here! Tailgate party tips

Posted on: August 22nd, 2012

The Dallas Cowboys are 1-1 going into week three of the 2012 preseason. This Saturday, the Cowboys will face the St. Louis Rams at Cowboy Stadium. It will be the first home game of the season and with a high temperature in the low 90s forecast for Saturday, it can only mean one thing: It’s tailgating time! If you’re a[...] [ Read More → ]

Labor Day Party Tips

Posted on: August 15th, 2012

A new school year begins in Dallas on August 27 and this year, the first weekend after school starts is a three-day weekend! Monday, September 3 is Labor Day. Traditionally, Labor Day was a day dedicated to celebrating the many social and economic achievements and contributions of American workers; a tribute to their hard work. Today, Labor Day most often[...] [ Read More → ]

Back to school and back to school activities

Posted on: August 9th, 2012

Dallas public schools are back in session on August 27. Are you ready for the craziness of a new school year to begin? The freedom that comes with summer will soon come to an end. Between work, school, after-school activities and homework, you will be busy again. Selecting after school activities is one big part of the back to school[...] [ Read More → ]

Overnight guests? Tips for feeding extra mouths

Posted on: August 2nd, 2012

Every Dallas parent knows that feeding a family is expensive. While cooking at home is certainly less expensive than eating out, even the tab at the grocery store can add up. Feeling hospitable? Adding guests to the mix will rapidly raise your grocery bill. The financial expense is one thing, but consider the added stress of planning meals for more[...] [ Read More → ]