Supper Swap

Cook only one night a week. We'll show you how.
Scott Jones
Supper Swap
<a href="" target="_blank">Crispy Chicken-and-Rice Casserole</a>

Supper Swap Recipes

You want to prepare exciting, nutritious meals throughout the week, but busy schedules often mean the same ho-hum recipes. Wouldn't it be nice to have a fresh, home-cooked supper delivered a few nights a week? A cooking co-op could be the answer, and it's easier to set up than you might think.

"The idea is pretty simple," says nine-year co-op veteran Leigh Fran Jones of Indian Springs, Alabama. "You cook a big meal once a week to share with your co-op and, depending on the number of people in your group, you get two or three in return. That means you save trips to the grocery store and really only mess up the kitchen once," she says with a big smile. For the rest of the week, Leigh Fran and fellow co-op member Ruthann Betz-Essinger take advantage of leftovers or prepare simpler meals.