Have a Simple Dinner With Food at Room Temperature

Arranging dinner is already a lot of work, but if your food demands to be served straight from the pot or like ice cold, you will never be able to leave the kitchen. Preparing low-maintenance meals will allow you to truly enjoy your company.

If you want to relieve yourself of grief during lunch, Sara Jampel of Food52 suggests eating foods that are designed to be served at room temperature. You don’t have to worry about timing, watching food while it’s cooked on the stove, or how you’re going to store it all. Plus, you can do more before the party so you can spend more time with your friends and family during the party. Leafy salads, pasta salads, casseroles, and other foods that can be quickly mixed and cooked are the best choices. And when it comes to how many dishes you should cook, Jampel suggests using a large number of several dishes rather than fewer of the most varied dishes.

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