Cars need eight lanes to keep up with a single train moving the same amount of people.
Eating frugally doesn’t have to mean dull dinners and poor quality, unhealthy ingredients.
Here are ten tips and recipes from the thrifty pros to help you feed your family well for less.
And more crafty ways people are fighting food waste.
Here is something to chew on.
The London-based environmental nonprofit, Feedback, fed 5,000 people in Washington, DC, for free during its “Feeding the 5000” event on Wednesday. The lunches, which will be served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., are available to anyone who shows up. The organization, along with DC Central Kitchen and other local foodies will cook up veggie curry and meat chili made from ingredients that would have otherwise been thrown away.
Portland-based writer Bre Cruickshank makes a sober assessment of America’s consumption problem, and why your best efforts to resell and recycle can’t resolve the devastating environmental impact of fast fashion.
Amazing keto recipe!
It’s a seriously rare occasion that I crave pasta. I know, I’m soooo lucky. I should rephrase that, I rarely crave boxed pasta. Handmade pasta is a different story, and gnocchi has always been my favorite. They are like soft little pillows that melt in your mouth…when cooked correctly of course!
Recently, I came up with a recipe for Everything Bagel Dogs and the dough was such a hit! So I’ve been tinkering around with it and came up with this recipe! I was astounded that this dough is able to be boiled and then panfried!
Making this recipe is surprisingly much easier than real gnocchi! Technically all you need are 2 ingredients: shredded mozzarella and egg yolks! I add a little garlic powder to give them a bit more flavor. Normally, when you are boiling gnocchi you have to take them out as soon as they float…
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Because sometimes you need a little melted cheese to get you through the working week…