Let’s be frank: Cooking for one can be challenging. And it’s not just single folks who face this issue. If you’re trying to eat healthy and the family wants to stick with their old standbys, you’ve probably tried to figure out how to eat healthy, feed your family, and stay on budget. Here are some…
When you’re trying to eat healthier, meal prep can make it easier to stick to your plan — just cook a big batch of nutritious food at the beginning of the week, and you’ll always have a healthy meal ready when you get hungry. But eating the same few foods, day after day, can get…
Big meals can mean a lot of leftovers. If you don’t want to waste food, here are a few tips to prevent your leftovers from spoiling too quickly.
Chances are you’ve only used ice cube trays to freeze water, and that’s cool, but this under-utilized kitchen tool has a lot more potential when it comes to healthy eating and reducing food waste. Not only can you use ice cube trays to capture ingredients at their freshest (adios, powdered garlic) but you can also…
Check out how many calories you can save by making healthier — but still delicious — versions of classic Thanksgiving recipes.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could capture the mouthfeel and texture of deep-fried foods, but have the dish actually be healthy (or, at least, healthier)? Good news: You can! Here’s how.
Roasting a perfect Thanksgiving turkey can be a tough task that may leave you with a dry, tasteless bird. Find out how to avoid a tough turkey.
Stop waiting for green bananas to ripen or tossing the brown ones. Here’s what you can do with bananas, no matter how ripe (or not) they are.
Learn how to make your very own sushi, step by step, in its healthiest form possible.
Before you buy another one-hit wonder, here’s a quick list of kitchen utensils you can ditch — and a few you never knew you needed.