I'm a busy work at home mom of 2 young boys. My husband is frequently out of town for long spells for his work and that's when I turn to the 'zaar for inspiration. My husband loves to cook so when he's home it's all up to him and when he's gone it's fun and sometimes frustrating to plan menus that will not be rejected by the kiddos while containing wholesome ingredients. I'm pretty picky about the foods we eat. I only buy organic meats and dairy, nothing with high fructose corn syrup and as many local and/or organic fruits veggies that I can get my paws on. We have a wonderful delivery company called Greenling that I rely on for local fruits and vegetables. They serve Austin and San Antonio but it's a wonderful idea that I hope crops up everywhere. I'm also a huge fan of the 100 Mile Diet http://100milediet.org/home/ , the Slow Food movement http://www.slowfood.com/ ,the book The Omnivore's Dilemma http://www.michaelpollan.com/omnivore.php and the movie The Future of Food http://imdb.com/title/tt0427276/ . If you haven't heard about any of these things it's time to check it out. It's eye opening. I believe it is very important to know where our food comes from. That said, I'm not a food nazi, I just like to know that I'm feeding my family the best quality food available. It's not cheap but I think it's worth more than money.