Ever cringe in horror when they reveal that the chefs competing on a reality show have to throw a gourmet meal together using the most bizarre combination of ingredients? Crushed granny mints, crumbled blue cheese, a Twinkie, a daikon radish, and…. Go! Looking into your fridge or freezer trying to come up with a gourmet meal for your family can feel like the same thing. Your challenge: make a delicious… Read more »
Some people think vegetables are boring. Some even go as far as saying they hate them. Saying you hate vegetables is kind of like saying you hate a blank canvas. Sure, a lot of veggies have distinctive and delicious flavors on their own, but it really comes down to how you prepare them.… Read more »
“Have a nice day” is a common sign-off. Sometimes people get a little crazy and switch up the word “nice” with “great”, but what if you like to live on the edge? My trailblazing friend Corey used to end his voicemail greeting by saying “Have a champion day”, effectively transforming the word champion from a noun into an adjective and bringing a big smile to my face whenever I think about it.… Read more »
Do you think making pasta is just about boiling noodles and tossing them in some sauce? If that’s your attitude, you may be missing out on enjoying the most delicious pasta you have ever tasted. With just a few simple tweaks, you can bring your pasta making skills to gourmet level. Impress your taste buds and your dinner guests with these tips for making your best pasta ever!… Read more »
Have you ever eaten a particularly delicious and saucy dish only to find yourself wanting to bathe in all its glory? I’ve been there too, but put down the guac-KALE-mole (not recommended for bathing, trust me) and try nourishing your body from the outside with these DIY treatments that use ingredients from your kitchen:… Read more »
At the beginning of every year, many people vow to cut out various things in their lives, from toxic substances and unhealthy foods to toxic people and unhealthy habits. One resolution a lot of people make is to reduce their reliance on stimulating substances, which can include caffeine. Why do people want to reduce their dependence… Read more »
Coffee has been around for hundreds of years. You would think by now civilization had figured out every possible combination of how to enjoy it. Dripped, pressed, infused, on ice cream, with condensed milk, doused in pumpkin spices—we thought we’d seen everything. But human ingenuity related to ingesting caffeine knows no bounds, and another fresh take on coffee is popping up on menus wherever creative coffee-lovers live. In other words, everywhere.
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