Deep down, you know the truth: Any lunch you make yourself will taste 17 times better than the slimy chopped salad you’d end up buying. Also, save your money for booze.
Wrap it inside parchment paper with some other ingredients and it cooks itself.
You are what you eat. Jelly doughnut or lean, mean, green pepper. Your choice.
Guys, I hate to be like this, but…it’s May. Swimsuits. F*ck.
Use up the last of the season’s produce — and beat the last of its heat — with these quick, two-step recipes. Just pile your ingredients in a blender, turn it on, and you’re good to go.
When it feels so hot out that you could crack an egg — almost anywhere — and watch it quickly fry to a nice over-easy, who really wants to cook with a stove? No one! Here are a few delicious, easy recipes that don’t require any heat whatsoever.
Being stuck in an office all day is detrimental to a few things — namely, our lunches and our tans. We’re here to help with the first. Prevent PB&J fatigue with these nine solutions to the boring brown bag dilemma. With any luck, it won’t feel like you’re eating at your desk anymore.
Commencement has come and gone, and you’re settling into life without school. You’re free, you’re educated — and you have student loans. Now that you’re out of the dining halls and into your own kitchens, here are a few ways to eat well by dressing up typical, everyday pantry staples, without breaking the bank.