Level of Effort: Super Easy Cost of Ingredients: $0.67 Nutrition Info: 266 calories, 20.7 g fat, 3.1 g protein, 7.7 g fiber, 22.6 g carbs What's happening my Café Culinarian friend! Today I have a reason (and it's a good one) to eat chocolate and whipped cream. No, you're not dreaming C.C. This Avocado Delight gives you all the … Continue reading Avocado Delight ~ A Healthy Reason to Eat Dessert: Weekend Eats
Chopping an onion would be much better if it produced tears of joy. The problem is onion tears burn and sting. When we cut an onion, the knife ruptures cells and a gas is released into the air. When the gas mixes with the water in our eyes it produces an acid, which causes our … Continue reading Cooking 101: How to Cut an Onion Without Crying
My favorite analogy to explain the difference goes like this: Imagine the pot is a hot tub and the bubbles are scantily clad people. A simmer is when the water is warm and the people (bubbles) are just hanging out around the side of the hot tub. A boil is when the water is so … Continue reading Cooking 101: What is the difference between a simmer, boil and rolling boil?
Meat is easy to forget once it goes in the fridge. The worst is when it spoils and has to be thrown away. That's why I like to take a peak in the meat keeper every so often. Today I have a quick an easy recipe you can use if you happen to find chicken … Continue reading Look In the Fridge Friday: Quick and Easy Recipe for Chicken Breasts
I'd say I wasted a significant amount of money at university on food that ended up being thrown in the trash. In hindsight, it would have made sense to better manage the food in my fridge by looking for leftovers (or food on the verge of spoiling) each week before ordering take-out or buying more … Continue reading Look In the Fridge Friday: Recipe idea for leftover spaghetti (or pasta)