Whenever I’m in the kitchen, I’m all about saving space and time while also looking super cool. Check out my list of frivolous kitchen gadgets designed to make your life easier and bring your kitchen one step closer to the future.
For optimal enjoyment of this article, I strongly suggest putting on your headphones and letting this song play in the background while you read along. Because when you have a piece of fresh produce in your hand, and you ask yourself, “Can I Freeze It?” more often than not (just like Q-Tip says), YES YOU CAN!… Read more »
Depending on how you spent your spring break, your body might be craving some serious hangover cures. If you’ve ever had a hangover, you’re likely familiar with the unrelenting urge to fill your gullet with every type of fried food in sight–even better if that fried food is smothered in something creamy and fatty like cheese or hollandaise or oozing egg yolks.… Read more »
Fermented food is big right now. Need proof? Go to a farmers market near you and you’ll see all kinds of homemade jarred options. We’ve tackled the topic ourselves, including this take on making your own Kombucha, a fermented drink made with sweetened tea. If you’re open to experimenting with home-fermented foods, experts and amateurs agree that the best place to start is with sauerkraut. Why? Well, it tastes… Read more »
Summer is around the corner and I’m in full blown culotte-prep mode (bikini is a stretch). Which means upping my veggie intake while simultaneously addressing a little potato addiction I developed over the winter time. Here are a few of my favorite tasty and easy recipes to get you snacking smarter:… Read more »
I like baking because it’s essentially chemistry; combining specific ingredients in measured amounts produces a specific result. Unless you’re a seasoned pro, there’s not a lot of room for improvisation, and because of that, there’s not much room for error either.
Baking your own breads, biscuits and cookies can also be a lot better for you health-wise than purchasing packaged goods. While healthy baked goods can be found in grocery stores and bakeries, making your own helps you control what you’re eating and it can also be more… Read more »
They come out of the ground covered in dirt. Usually hard, lumpy knobs that appear misshapen and odd, or, more frequently, hideous and scary. Yes, of course we’re talking about root vegetables, the tasty trolls of the edible plant world. They may not look like much, but what they lack in aesthetics, they make up for in vitamins, minerals and flavor deliciousness.… Read more »