On the busiest of weeknights, it can be nothing short of a challenge to gather every member of your family around the table for dinner. When everyone is running in their own direction to whatever activity they have on the agenda, it may seem impossible to feed them. No worries, though — you have options. Relying on dinners that keep well in the fridge, freezer, and slow cooker means a meal can be ready whenever it needs to be for everyone in the household. Here are 20 recipes that prove it.
The problem with Pinterest is that doesn’t give you the full story. Sure, it’ll give you a ton of great ideas, but it doesn’t tell you how many hours, tears, or Band-Aids were wasted during the process.
We talked to real DIY brides to get the honest truth. They told us how they pulled everything off, what they wish they had known, and what they would have done differently.
Rest easy: None of these ended in tragedy and no weddings were ruined in the making of these DIY moments.
Americans are snacking more than ever and there are two reasons behind it, according to new research from Mintel: stress and attitude. Self-care is having a moment in American culture and part of that mindset means allowing yourself to indulge when you need a break or simply feel stressed out.
Want to know the secret to getting my daughter to eat her broccoli? Marinating it in lemon juice and olive oil, then showering it in lots of Parmesan cheese before grilling it into tender submission. We polished off the whole bowl of florets covered in crisp, cheesy bits, fighting over the last little pieces that were extra-smoky and charred. If you want a grilled vegetable side dish that might potentially outshine any meaty main it’s served next to, this recipe is it.
Cooking a four-course meal from scratch is a labor of love, but after the plates are cleared, a sink full of dirty pots, pans, utensils, and dishes is enough to make even the most passionate cook want to order takeout next time.
Let’s face it: Doing the dishes is an inevitable, thankless task, and nobody wants to do it. Think about how many fights you’ve had with assorted roommates and partners over dirty dishes, hanging out in the sink for days because nobody wants to take responsibility for them. And while having a dishwasher helps, you’re not going to put pots, pans, and other oddly shaped cookware that needs to be scrubbed in there (and if you’re putting your knives in the dishwasher, stop it right now!).
So, how do you make this dreaded task easier, if not more enjoyable? First load up on good-quality sponges and soaps, and then snatch up this two-tiered bamboo drying rack, on sale for just $13 on Amazon — for next few hours.
How many times do you look at a kitchen on Apartment Therapy or Pinterest and wonder in amazement how these spaces come together? These rooms have a seemingly unattainable set of qualities that make them so, so nice to look at.
You may think it takes loads of money or some sort of inherent decorator’s gene to capture that vibe, but we’re here to happily tell you you’re wrong. This seven-ingredient recipe is all it takes to have an effortlessly stylish kitchen. The best part? No big renovation required!
Just because you’ve made plans for beach days, picnics, and maybe a vacation if you’re lucky, that doesn’t mean you need to give up watching TV and movies. Get cozy next to the fan and get comfortable with your remote, because there’s a ton of interesting stuff coming to various streaming services this month (yes, it’s true Titanic is going to be on Netflix). I’ve rounded up all the new movies related to food that are going to be available, so you don’t have to search.