Providing culinary inspiration to busy parents everywhere, Procter & Gamble Productions, Inc. has announced the launch of DinnerTool.com, a website aimed at helping families solve the never-ending “what’s for dinner” dilemma. The site, which is run in partnership with NBC Digital Networks, enables users to search through thousands of recipes based on the ingredients they typically have in their kitchens. No more running to the store every night or throwing out leftover ingredients, DinnerTool helps parents make something everyone will love with the food already in their pantry or fridge.  Simple and easy to use, DinnerTool.com features a user-friendly recipe generator and meal planning application as well recipe search, storage and “drag and drop” meal planning functionality. DinnerTool.com’s recipe database comes from multiple sources including cookbooks such as Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything and 1000 Gluten Free Recipes, among others. In addition, the site features a blog from Chef Ariane Duarte, a restaurant owner, working mom, and former chef’testant on the award-winning Bravo television show Top Chef. Ariane’s blog features her own easy and delicious dinner recipes as well as tips on how to make nightly family dinners a success.  “As a full-time chef and a mother of two, family dinners are very important to me, but I also know they can be a challenge,” said Ariane Duarte, Top Chef chef’testant and DinnerTool blogger. “DinnerTool is exactly what busy families need–it allows you to quickly find recipes without flipping though cookbooks or running to the store every night. You can save time and money and still gather the family together for a delicious dinner.”

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