It's tough to be a foodie when you're broke. You see all your friends going to craft breweries and burger bars, and you can't even afford the garnish. It makes a guy or gal sad. It's the opposite of empowering, and definitely not the enjoyable moment the taste buds have been begging for. The thing is, you can still love food, and be a foodie, with what you have in your very broke pantry and in a super stripped down fridge and freezer.
If you’ve ever read my blog or any of my pieces on Domino.com then you know I have a love for all things tiny. I’m even in the middle of building my own tiny home. Initially, I was writing a new post for Domino when I thought about this one for Vocal. In my opinion, tiny condiments are super cute and sometimes they’re a lifesaver. So today, I’m sharing all of my favorite tiny condiment packets, jars, bottles, and tins with you.
The Story Behind My Decision to Eat Healthier (Healthier is there for a reason.)
Never let a recipe stump you because you cannot figure out unusual calculations such as in these following food items.
No one wants to stand in front of the freezer at seven in the morning contemplating what to thaw for dinner. You have thoughts and recipe inspiration for chicken and salmon, but there's always a debate of sides to go along. What, then, becomes the inspiration for putting the household food staples together?
There is a Facebook group I have been following for a few years now called
Just like cooking, there's a lot of ways you can master the art of baking. From the unique appliances to tricks that can help you out, there's unlimited ways and healthy desserts you can whip up. And when it comes to whipping up sweets, there's a ton of creative additions you can do. There are even three ingredient desserts! From frosting and overall decorating, baking doesn't have a set of rules and you can be as creative as you want with whatever appliance gets the job done.
When times get tough, money is your main concern. You pay your rent, your bills, your car, and any other expenses that need to be paid and what you are left with to buy food can sometimes seem like pocket change.
Consider this your two-week warning, people…Valentine's Day is just around the corner! With a little bit of planning you can ditch that last-minute rush to a neighborhood drugstore for a box of boring bonbons and give your sweetheart something truly unique, memorable AND delicious!
Hello, I'm Stef, I really really enjoy concocting new meals or even amping up stuff I've already made. I started cooking and baking with my Grandma at a very young age and found it to be my passion through the years, collecting more along the way, stashing my recipes in a black box where no one can see them. So I have decided to start sharing what I make since a lot of friends and family say I can really cook or bake!
I was experimenting today with a few of the many essential oils I have. Not only have I created a new favourite recipe for chai tea, but I have also found a method that is easy for me being a busy working woman. Chai with freshly ground spices is absolutely the best but when in a pinch we have to resort to something a little less time consuming. I’ve tried chai flavoured tea, liquid chai mix, pre packaged chai spices. None of this is nearly as satisfying as having a fresh traditional chai at your local Indian cafe or restaurant, let’s be honest! Well I’m happy to say I’ve found the next best thing! I use doTERRA essential oils because they pride themselves on the purity and quality of their products.