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  • News Bites

Tweet Your Dinner Dilemmas Goodbye

From September 17-23, five expert bloggers will participate in daily Twitter parties dedicated to solving different dinner dilemmas. Simply tweet your dinner dilemma to @LibbysTable using the hashtag #DinnerDilemma . Our resident blogger experts will solve your dinner time woes and you may even win fun prizes! Here's our #DinnerDilemma party schedule. Tune in on Twitter every afternoon this week!…
  • News Bites

Libby’s Solves Your Dinner Dilemma

It’s three o’clock and the kids just got home from school. Between driving them to soccer practice and piano lessons, you’re racing the clock to put a dinner on the table. Libby’s helps you save time, money, and your sanity with our newest initiative, Dinner Dilemma – the solution to your dinnertime woes. Whether you’re looking for a quick fix…
  • Get Back To The Table

Tweet and Eat with Libby’s

Getting back to the table is about sharing meals, but it’s also about sharing conversation. Our community on Twitter is a great place for us to have some of these conversations where we share recipe ideas, healthy living tips, craft projects and inspiration for summer fun, all sourced from our wonderful fans. In case you missed it, here’s what we…
  • Eat Well, Live Well

Stretch Your Budget and Fill Your Shopping Cart: Tips for Saving

If you’re feeling the heat at the checkout counter, you’re not alone. Rising costs of everyday staples have moms wondering how they can afford to leave the supermarket each week with enough food to feed their families. The Worldwatch Institute says that food prices rose 2.7% in 2012, and that population growth and extreme weather conditions are reasons to believe…
  • Tasteful Entertaining

Easy Three Bean Salad

This salad is simple and tastes fresh (even with the cans, I promise!) like I think a summer salad should taste. I eat it with chips, scooped like a salsa. The little girls here (four of them now!) like to eat it with a spoon instead. This salad is also really good scooped onto crostini or thick slices of crusty…