food

Food hacks and kitchen tricks that you won't find in a cookbook.

  • Rea Setia
    Published 2 days ago
    World Heart Day 2020: 9 Foods for a Healthy Heart

    World Heart Day 2020: 9 Foods for a Healthy Heart

    They refer to a variety of conditions like coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, rheumatic heart disease, etc. that typically affect the heart and blood vessels in the human body.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published 15 days ago
    How to Get One Week's Worth of Groceries for Free

    How to Get One Week's Worth of Groceries for Free

    Would you like to get one week's worth of groceries for free? It's really very easy to do these days thanks to our great financial system which breeds competition among our biggest institutions.
  • Tim D
    Published 19 days ago
    5 ways I make my grocery budget last and you can too!

    5 ways I make my grocery budget last and you can too!

    We all know the struggle. What to buy at the supermarket and how much can you reasonably afford to spend without giving up living indoors or electricity. I admit in my early days back in college the plan was mostly go home to my parents' place on the weekends and ramen when the food they gave me ran out. Clearly this could not go on forever. As time went by little by little I found/devised clever ways to save money. These are the 5 things I do that can help you too at any income range.
  • Irina Mukherjee
    Published 26 days ago
    Delightful Combinations of Flowers with Delicious Food and Wine

    Delightful Combinations of Flowers with Delicious Food and Wine

    While raising a toast for an anniversary, success party, or a family gathering, a perfect pairing of food & wine with florets always makes the moments cherishable. Food and wine pairing are widely common, but it's essential to pick the right combination to uplift the experience.
  • Emily Nicole
    Published about a month ago
    Keeping a Sustainable Kitchen

    Keeping a Sustainable Kitchen

    Now more than ever, we’re looking for long-term strategies to reduce our homes environmental impact. We donate old items, invest in better efficiency home appliances, and use our vehicles less. These past few months of pandemic have even been somewhat of an advantage - there's less that is open and available, so we stay home. Of course, we're all hoping we get back to some sort of normal eventually. What if there was a way to make your kitchen more sustainable once we get there?
  • Thomas George
    Published about a month ago
    Better Quality Plastic Food Storage Containers Are Worth the Money?

    Better Quality Plastic Food Storage Containers Are Worth the Money?

    . These have all kind of usages. They can be utilized to reheat food, they can be made use of to store food, or they can be used as mixing bowls. Regardless of what these food storage containers are used for, there are several advantages of quality plastic food storage containers.
  • Olivia Kristy
    Published 2 months ago
    How To Brew A Great Cup Of Coffee? Check Out These Tips!

    How To Brew A Great Cup Of Coffee? Check Out These Tips!

    There is an art to creating fabulous coffee. Sometimes, coffee comes out much too weak or much too strong. The tips included here will help you learn more about all facets of the coffee world.
  • Monique Littlejohn
    Published 2 months ago
    Creating a sustainable grocery budget

    Creating a sustainable grocery budget

    When we first purchased our townhouse in Southern California with its 200 square foot backyard I had visions of starting my own victory garden full of vegetables, herbs, and fruit trees. I thought that we could preserve the surplus and enjoy nature’s bounty for much less than what we were paying at the grocery store. How wrong I was! While gardening has many benefits, saving money is not one of them. After spending money on amending the soil, plants and seeds themselves, fertilizing, and water, every tomato, squash, and bean became more expensive than the organic asparagus in Whole Foods!
  • Natalie Fletcher
    Published 2 months ago
    The Art of Canning

    The Art of Canning

    As a young adult in my mid twenties cooking is a hobby I have started to take up. When COVID came through and started to take the world by storm restaurants began to close and in some states, like mine only remain open for outdoor dining and take out. This got me thinking, if I can't be the foodie I am at my local restaurants, then I need to be the foodie that I am in my own home! During this time, I have been buying lots of fruits and veggies and sustainable meats from my local farmers markets and CSA, while I typically cook the meats right away, sometimes I buy too much fruits and veggies for only a family of me, myself and I, but I can not let them go to waste.
  • Hanna Charles
    Published 2 months ago
    Make Grain Free Granola in your Air Fryer

    Make Grain Free Granola in your Air Fryer

    Now, here is a recipe for the parties, the planes, the movie theater, or the workday. Let’s jump right into the directions and you can read more about this recipe below.
  • Lawrence Barnett
    Published 2 months ago
    Bread Box For Keeping Bread Fresh

    Bread Box For Keeping Bread Fresh

    There are many types of containers available on the market that can help you to retain your bread. A bread box is just a container that is usually recommended for the following reasons:
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 2 months ago
    Life Skills Everyone Needs: Food Shopping

    Life Skills Everyone Needs: Food Shopping

    Remember when you were a kid and your mum or dad dragged you grocery shopping? You were bored the whole time and wanted to go home. It’s the same when you’re an adult, but now you’re responsible for the bill at the end. The whole “we have food at home” thing is making much more sense now, isn’t it? Grocery shopping is a chore, but if you want to eat, it needs to be done. I can’t stop it from being tedious. But I can stop it from being so expensive.