There is a new, sad little pattern that happens almost nightly in my household and it goes like this: Me: “Time for dinner!” Kids thunder down the stairs. 15-year-old: “What’s for dinner?” Six-year-old: “What’s for dinner?” Me: “Blah blah*” 15-year-old: “Ugh.” Six-yearold (whining): “I hate blah blah.” 15-year-old: “Can I make myself an omelet?” Six-year-old: “Me too?” Me: Silent, head in […]
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If you’re packing your living room with eager football fans this weekend, Chef Gerard Cribbin, Executive Chef at Coal Fired Bistro in Greenville, SC, shares his best tips to ensure you don’t fumble.
You made a delicious slow-cooked meal–like Soy-Braised Short Ribs With Sugar Snap Peas–and the instructions say to skim and discard the excess fat, but it takes time to remove the fat without tossing too much of the tasty sauce.
Step away from the vending machine! If you’ve got the mid-day munchies and want a snack that won’t ruin your diet, MyRecipes.com is here to help. They’ve put together an entire month of delicious 100-calorie snacks to keep your hunger at bay and your waistline happy. Today’s featured snack is no-cook Salmon and Cucumber bites. Not a fan of salmon? […]
You’ve resolved to eat more salads this year, but oops…you went a little heavy with the dressing. Next time this happens at home, there’s a simple solution. To save your greens from turning into a goopy, soggy mess, just toss them back into your salad spinner for a quick spin. The excess dressing should fly right off. Need some lettuce […]
January is a time for fresh starts, new beginnings, making changes—and it’s also the time when most people are trying to drop a few pounds and eat healthier. Stock your fridge with basic ingredients like sliced turkey, hummus, and nut butter, then use them in creative combinations next time you’re craving a snack instead of reaching for a bag of […]