Once known as the Queen-of-Incapable Cooking, Brook has been spotted securing saran wrap with sailor knots, baking a cherry pie without pitting the cherries and coloring unboiled Easter eggs. Frustrated with the lack of a family dinner hour in her home (her husband had opted for large lunches at work), she set out to create a cooking system (much to her husband’s dismay) that would allow her to put great meals on the table quickly. A CEO, mom, wife, daughter, volunteer, church-goer, author and speaker, Brook’s time is at a premium. Her hunt for the perfect dinner focused on recipes that met the following five Rush Hour Rules… 1. All ingredients are pronounceable through the phonetic use of the English language. 2. Each ingredient can be found in the market without engaging in a full scale scavenger hunt. 3. No list of ingredients shall be longer than the instructions. 4. Each recipe has to be durable enough to survive the Queen-of-Incapable-Cooking. 5. The Rush Hour Cook’s finicky child will eat it—or some portion of it. The result? Brook created weekly menus that fed her family while eliciting compliments! Now she brings her Weekly Wonder Menus to you, complete with grocery lists, so you can also implement this simple cooking solution in your chaotic kitchen!