Listen. I have turned into one of those folks who does the whole “meal-prep for the week on Sundays” thing. Which means I will gladly eat the SAME MEAL several times a week (reader, this does not bother me). It makes packing my lunch, or eating dinner after hitting the gym, so much easier. Reach in the fridge, grab one of my glass (I also do not do plastic containers
The arctic air is making this whole work, gym, healthy eating thing HARD because all I want to do is hide in bed and eat pizza while sobbing my way through episodes of The West Wing. January is a tough month for me anyway, but you add this bitterly cold weather and all signs point to bears really having the best idea about winter: sleep it away. This, however tempting,
I was recently invited to a private cooking class, and we were informed that we would be cooking a Thai curry dish. I must say, I was a little hesitant about it at first. I’m not a huge fan of some of the common flavors in Thai cooking, including cilantro. When we started the class, things didn’t get much better. I saw pineapple, and ginger …two other flavors I’m ashamed to
While everyone else is spending hours on their holiday party dishes, you’ll be grinning ear-to-ear when you bring along the best chicken drumsticks that took you no time at all! I mean, let’s face it: No matter what holidays you celebrate during the winter months, there is one thing that can be certain for everyone this season …We will most certainly need to make food. Oh, yes, we will.