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The Six O'Clock Scramble

<p><b>A scene many parents can relate to:</b> It's six o'clock in the evening,the kids are getting cranky, you're starving, and you need to whip up something to feed the family. You care about nutrition and you never pictured yourself as the kind of mom or dad who would feed your family something out of a bag, a box or a can every night.</p> <p>Help is on the way! <a href="http://www.thescramble.com" style="color: rgb(192,132,52)" target="_blank"><b>The Six O'Clock Scramble</b></a>, a weekly email newsletter, provides five dinner recipes and a corresponding grocery list to its subscribers. Most take 30 minutes or less to prepare and have fewer than ten ingredients.Subscribers can use the weekly menu as is, or they can customize it to meet their needs and families' tastes and dietary needs.</p> <p>The Six O'Clock Scramble is the brainchild of Aviva Goldfarb, a writer, cook, and mother of two. She is author of <i>The Six O'Clock Scramble</i>: <i>Quick, Healthy and Delicious Dinner Recipes for Busy Families</i> (St. Martin's Press, April, 2006). The Six O'Clock Scramble has been featured in <i>&quot;O&quot;, The Oprah Magazine</i>, <i>Real Simple</i>, <i>Working Mother</i>, <i>The Washington Post</i>,<i> and Woman's Day</i>.</p> <p>Having a weekly menu sent directly to their email address allows parents to shop only once a week for ingredients, avoiding those last minute trips to the grocery store - a big time and money saver. It also prevents busy parents from having to think too much at the hectic dinner hour about what to prepare--the menu is ready for them.The newsletter also includes side-dish suggestions and helpful tips for getting healthy dinners on the table quickly.</p> <p>The Six O'Clock Scramble has subscribers in all 50 states and many countries. &nbsp;Subscriptions cost $19.50 for 3 months, $29.50 for 6 months of weekly newsletters, or $54.50 for one year. To subscribe, please visit <a href="http://www.thescramble.com" style="color: rgb(192,132,52)" target="_blank"><b>TheScamble.com</b></a></p>

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