That’s okay. At least we’ll die happy.
That’s okay. At least we’ll die happy.
A new study has found that working moms spend significantly less time than stay-at-home moms supervising their kids’ diet and exercise — and dads aren’t picking up the slack. This could be contributing to childhood obesity, but the study authors caution that blaming moms who work isn’t the answer.
Before you know it, beefsteaks and heirlooms will go the the way of long, sunny days and flip flops. Use them for these (mostly vegetarian!) recipes — and quick — before the season’s over.
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.
Make healthy, baked versions of your favorite junk foods for something way more unexpected than your typical greasy potato-based sides. You might have never known that turnips, beets, and zucchinis could be so indulgent.
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.
Easter is the new Christmas. If you don’t gain at least 5 lbs. and hate yourself for a month, you’re doing it wrong.
A watched pig never boils, you say? Actually, it’s pretty cool when this one does. This adorable soft silicone cooking lid is designed to help your food steam more evenly.
It’s never too early to train your children to make your coffee for you.
How bad can that be? For those of you who want to experience the weekly glory of “Barefoot Contessa”—and its star, Ina Garten—but don’t have a half-hour on Saturday morning to do so, I’ll be posting short video recaps of each new episode. This week: With a little help from her friends, Ina makes more expensive versions of your favorite comfort foods.
How easy is that? For those of you who want to experience the weekly glory of “Barefoot Contessa” star Ina Garten, but don’t have a half-hour on Saturday morning to do so, I’ll be posting short video recaps of each new episode. This week: Ina goes on a “deconstruction” binge and seduces her husband, Jeffrey, with strawberry shortcake.
How bad can that be? For those of you who want to experience the glory that is “Barefoot Contessa” star Ina Garten, but don’t have a half-hour on Saturday morning to do so, I’ll be posting short video recaps of each new episode. This week: Ina helps plan a fabulous rehearsal dinner for her assistant/BFF, Barbara Libath, whose son is getting hitched.
You’d never look at your kitchenware in the same light if you had this setup. Skip to 1:30 to see them rock out.
Not only does he rap like a seasoned veteran, but he does it while making some pancakes.
Yeah, the rapping is okay, but man, check out those pancakes!
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Add this one to the list of pictures where Nick Cannon looks like he’s dying inside. I really want him to team up with Amanda Bynes and make an All That reunion movie so they can relive the glory days and seem truly happy again. (via buzzworthy.mtv.com) View Image ›
The vicious cycle of cooking for yourself. Just stick with Lean Cuisine. View Image ›
An easy meal for each day of the week.
Learn where you can cut corners and which foods you might want to pay more for.
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