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User Friendly

In Partnership with Food Network Kitchen Inspirations

We talked to Lisa from AZ and here’s what she had to say:

If Lisa Had a Food Network Show
If I had the opportunity to have my own Food Network show, then it would be about reconnecting families with real food and doing so in an easy as possible, in an Earth-smart and budget-responsible way. Unless it comes out of a box or can, drive-thru window, or vending machine, a lot of kids won't eat it. Much less can they tell you where the ingredients come from. I would want to inspire families to stop eating junk on the go and come back to the table for dinner. I would call my show "User Friendly".
Her Experience Making the Food Network Kit…
The Food Network Meal Kit was very easy to use and tasted delicious. I found the instructions quite simple to follow. I don't know how anybody could mess it up!?!?
Lisa’s Thoughts On The Flavor…
I purchased the Shrimp Scampi Food Network Meal Kit. It was quite delicious. I enjoyed the flavor.
Why she’d Make a Food Network Kit on her Show
Since my show would be called "User Friendly," I would use this as one of the demonstration meals. It was quite easy to make and tasted quite delicious. I would say the most challenging thing for anybody would be peeling the shrimp, possibly.
The Shrimp Scampi Food Network Meal Kit was quite user-friendly and definitely delicious.

Food Network Kitchen Inspirations Kit

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