Hello everyone! You guys are part of an assignment for my current course. You see, each class at Hawthorn comes with a recipe of the course. We are often asked to prepare the recipe, write about our experiences, as an assignment, and share it with someone else…THAT’S YOU! First, I’ll describe the assignment, and the…Read more »
Meal prep- that thing we love to hate, at least I do. I really don’t like meal prepping, but I am ALWAYS grateful I took the time to do it. It’s a HUGE time saver. If you don’t do anything else, you’ll be glad you took the time to meal prep for breakfast. Here are…Read more »
As we continue to focus on breakfasts this week, it’s often difficult to feed our kids a healthy breakfast, with the limited time available in the morning. Here are 10 healthy breakfasts kids will love, that are quick, easy AND healthy!
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but often, we skip it, due to lack of time. Here are 5 tips for a quick and healthy breakfast.
Here’s a quick 1:42 video with 8 easy tips to eat a healthier diet!
Here’s a quick, easy and healthy breakfast casserole, to make in just minutes, then you’ve got breakfast prepped for the week! Happy Tuesday Everyone!
Does Eggs Benedict seem like a luxury food, only made on special occasions? After all, what about the hollandaise sauce? Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered! (A second video follows, showing how to make the Hollandaise Sauce.) Here’s a 30-second video showing how to make Eggs Benedict. Does making Hollandaise Sauce seem daunting? Not to…Read more »
“For a dish with raw onions, soak them in cold water first to reduce their pungency. The cold water draws out the sulfates, making the onions more tolerable. “ ~ http://www.buzzfeed.com
“Before adding juicy vegetables to a salad, lightly salt them to brighten the taste of the salad without making it “salty.” Salt will bring out the excess water in your vegetables, which helps them stay crunchy — and a good salad is 100% crunch, 0% sogginess.” ~ https://www.buzzfeed.com
“Always cook in stock instead of water to improve flavor and richness. Also opt for low-sodium stock, since this allows you to control the flavor more easily.” ~ www.buzzfeed.com