Thanks for stopping by to visit Intentional Hospitality!
The goal of Intentional Hospitality is to give you a constant resource for easy recipes and hosting ideas that inspire fun, fellowship, and belonging around your dinner table.
❤️ Our tables are a gathering place where we can relax, show love, and encourage others while enjoying a meal together. It is also a place where you can encourage and lift up broken, lonely, or unhappy people. Sharing a meal together can help them feel a connection and belonging. Food is a love language that binds hearts and lifts spirits.
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⭐️ Free Ecookbook
Come join the Intentional Hospitality community, I have a FREE ecookbook to send to you if you join. The Snack Attack Ebook will help feed your snack cravings. It's packed with easy make-ahead recipes that you can keep in your freezer. Perfect when guests drop in, or you throw a spontaneous movie night or a game day get-together.
Just click the blue button, and you can get your copy along with being the first to get my latest recipes.
There is a Bonus!
As a bonus, I want to give you access to my member's FREE printable library.
You can find all kinds of printables to print. I have party planners, bible studies, planner pages, kids' holiday printables, gift tags, and so much more. Be sure to check back often, I am always adding new items. If you have an idea for a printable you would like to see in the library, send me an email or leave a comment.
More snack ideas 😋
Let's have a BBQ 🍽
I have all kinds of great ideas for hosting a casual get-together. For example, how about throwing an easy BBQ?
My pork ribs are fantastic, and the best part is you can put them in the oven and go about your day. Then when it's dinner time, they are literally falling off the bone good.
Fun dinner menu ideas
If you enjoy creating your menu around a theme, then be sure and look through all these great menu ideas and recipes.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to can?
I grew up on a dairy farm in northern Indiana, and canning was a part of the rhythms of our life. I remember helping my grandma during canning season long before I went to kindergarten. The memories are sweet and the lessons I learned were invaluable.
It was very important to pass down this sustainable lifestyle to my own kids. All 6 of my kids know how to can, and it has become a part of their lives now that they have their own families.