About Us

The Easy Home Meals blog is a place to find recipe ideas, tips and culinary inspiration. In today’s busy world, we all want tasty, wholesome AND convenient meal solutions. Surprise! The frozen food and refrigerated dairy aisles offer it all! The National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association is bringing you the Easy Home Meals blog to help you find real solutions for your real life needs. In addition to the Easy Home Meals team, you’ll be hearing from chefs, foodies and our industry partners’ culinary experts. Join us in getting creative in the kitchen!


Meet the Easy Home Meals Team

Julie H. “The Single Mom” – Julie is the Vice President of Communications for the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA). Responsible for overseeing all of NFRA’s consumer and member communications, she has spent 17 years with the association immersed in the world of food. As the busy mom of a teenage son, cooking is all about providing nutritious meals that can make it to the table fast. She’ll be sharing her experiences on broadening a kid’s culinary palate and preparing him to go out into the world.

Roxanne J. “The ‘Living at Home’ Millennial” – Roxanne is the Communications/Digital Media Coordinator for the National Frozen and Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA). This “social media” guru manages NFRA’s consumer communications presence under the Easy Home Meals name, where she maintains the Easy Home Meals website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube and is also Editor-In-Chief of the Easy Home Meals blog. Now five years out of college, Roxanne especially loves to write, cook and bake, and has always been quite comfortable in the kitchen. She’ll be sharing her own “easy home meals” and shopping experiences from a twenty-somethings/millennial perspective while still living at home with her three adult roommates (a.k.a. her mom and two brothers).

Natalie M. The ‘Living on Her Own’ Millennial – Natalie is the Member Communications Coordinator for the National Frozen and Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA). She loves baking and cooking, and living on her own (with her very willing taste-tester boyfriend) provides for lots of time to experiment in the kitchen! Natalie will be sharing her own experiences from a twenty-somethings/millennial perspective as she navigates life as a new home owner.

Judy S. “The Boomer” – Judy is an “experienced” (not old 🙂 ) communications consultant, specializing in the food industry.  She is married, an empty-nester (two kids out of the house) with aging parents. Food and entertaining friends and family are very important in her life, as well as health and exercise, but finding the time to plan, shop and cook has been, and continues to be, a challenge. She will share her experiences and stories in trying to be a “foodie.”