Meal planning. You either love it or you hate it. But you never regret doing it. How to meal plan? It seems simple right? You write down what you’re going to eat, make a shopping list, go to the grocery store and make the food. And as a result, you eat healthier and save money.
We all know the drill. There are certain home tasks you do daily (check the mail, wash the dishes, make the bed). And then there are home tasks you aim to do weekly (do the laundry, take out the trash, shop for groceries). But what about those non-routine seasonal home maintenance tasks that only seem
Thanks to suppliers around the world and refrigerated trucks, we live in a nation where nearly every type of fruit and vegetable is sold at the supermarket year-round. But just because you can buy any kind of produce on any given day of the year, doesn’t mean you should. Not only does eating seasonally have
Heart-healthy cooking starts with ingredients. In other words, a well-stocked pantry of ingredient staples. Healthy pantry staples include everything from the non-perishables and spices in your cupboards to the fresh and frozen foods in your refrigerator. These ingredients guide your cooking adventures and ultimately determine what you’ll be putting on the dinner table. With the
Imagine a bar where there’s always a seat available and the drinks never disappoint. There’s never a line for the bathroom, you can drink in your pajamas and everybody knows your name. Where is this magical place? If you said Cheers, you’re close. It’s your home bar – that cozy little nook where you can
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You have an overloaded bookshelf of cookbooks. You’ve torn hundreds of recipes out of magazines. You spend hours bookmarking and pinning recipes online. Yet when it comes to meal time, you don’t know what to cook. Are you a master recipe collector, but find yourself falling flat when it comes to execution in the kitchen?
Recent consumer insights say that only 10 percent of Americans love to cook. Forty-five percent hate to cook and 45 percent are on the fence. Those who claim to hate cooking tend not to like it because they don’t know how to cook, they think it takes too much time, or they don’t have the