Whether you or someone you love has food allergies, you just want to control the quality of ingredients in the things that you’re eating, or you want to shave some serious cheddar off your monthly food bills, here are 6 of my favorite, crave-worthy copycat Asian takeout recipes to make at home.
Whenever I talk to my dad about budgeting, he always brings up the warehouse clubs…groan. Don’t get me wrong, I think warehouse clubs are a great idea in theory, but the reality is that the quality of the products you find there in bulk are sub-par to those you’d buy individually, with rare exception.
Suddenly finding out that you have a food allergy can be not only surprisingly expensive but downright depressing — especially when that means you can no longer indulge in sacred American food traditions, like Girl Scout Cookie season.
One of the first things I ever pinned to Pinterest was this (adapted) recipe from Muffin Tin Mania, loving how simple it was: one blender full makes 12 servings, or one week’s worth of fresh green juice for two adults (with one cheat day somewhere in there), frozen in cupcake pans. Just pop one of the frozen cups into a blender, add coconut water or almond milk, blend, and go! Way easier and oodles cheaper than the juice bar or a fancy cleanse.
Literally putting my grocery diet experiment on hold, the past two days I found myself with neither the energy to cook nor the appetite for food, finally succumbing to this nasty sinus cold that’s been making its way around Boston and the Swap office, in particular — swapping germs is not a fun type of swap