Super Suppers is the refreshing new answer to the age-old question, “What’s For Dinner?”SuperSuppers
Imagine coming home after a long day and not having to worry about getting dinner on the table.
Sounds great, doesn’t it?
At Super Suppers, we handle the shopping, chopping and mopping for you! That’s right, no stress or kitchen mess! Just visit your local Super Suppers, where you will prepare either 6 or 12 delicious, chef-designed entrées to take home and freeze.
Our easy-to-follow recipes, the right ingredients and cooking instructions are there in front of you. All you have to bring is an ice chest or laundry basket to easily transport your meals home..
Come to Super Suppers, where you can relax, meet a new (or old!) friend and enjoy some music and appetizers while you put together a month’s worth of meals at your pace!
Each entrée is designed to feed 4 to 6 people, but if you have a smaller family (or smaller eaters), you can split your entrées and double the number of meals for the same low price!
Oh, we didn’t mention the price? With an average entrée price of around $3 per serving, you can save hundreds of dollars and 20-30 hours of your precious time every month!
Judie Byrd created Super Suppers to meet the demanding needs of busy parents who want to create quality family time around the dinner table - but don't have the extra time and energy to pull it off. These moms tell her constantly their families ask the daily question, "Mom, what's for dinner?" Now there is a healthful, delicious, easy and fun answer!
Judie founded The Culinary School of Fort Worth, which offers an after-work culinary program where people can earn a chef certificate while keeping their regular jobs. She and her team write, test and implement the monthly recipes for Super Suppers.
A member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, Judie has shared her recipes and cooking ideas in various magazines including Family Circle, Reader's Digest, Women's Day and Shine. She is a frequent guest on local and national TV and radio. She is food editor of Fort Worth Magazine and spokesperson for Honeysuckle White Turkey. Judie has studied cooking at the CIA in Hyde Park, NY, Le Cordon Bleu School of Cookery in London as well as in the Orient, France, Belgium and Italy. She studied entertaining and catering at the home and studios of Martha Stewart in Westport, CT
Judie lives with Bill, her husband of 40 years, in Fort Worth, TX. They have 3 married children and 5 grandchildren - all of whom eat Sunday dinner at their home each week.