As a chef and cookware reviewers, we have tried many type of kitchenware and cookware and loved a few selected choices out of many. Usually we do not get exited to share new kitchenware as we are with this new programmable instant pot pressure cooker, please read on to see why as we will show you its benefits and cons of the product review. This pressure cooker looks beautiful and has also brains as well.
Over the last several years, Sarah and I have become reasonably skillful practitioners in the art of buying items in bulk, through trial and error.
Our goal, of course, is to save money. A well-executed bulk purchase of an item can save you a lot of money. A poorly-executed one, though, can cost you money, as Sarah and I have learned the hard way several times over the years.
Lately, I’ve been trying to write an “ultimate guide” to buying in bulk, but I’ve realized that everything I write essentially boils down to a handful of sensible principles. If you… Continue reading
The 21st-century edition of this groundbreaking work by Dr. Elson Haas with Dr. Buck Levin presents the most current health and nutrition information available in an easy-to-use format with a friendly, engaging tone. Decades of practical experience and scientific research are compiled into one encyclopedic volume that features newly expanded chapters on special supplements, lifestage programs, and breakthrough medical treatment protocals for conditions including fatigue, viral illnesses, weight management, and mental and mood disorders such as anxiety, ADHD, and depression.
PART ONE gives a detailed analysis of The Building Blocks of nutrition: water, carbohydrates, proteins, fats and oils,… Continue reading
When I was a college student, I would often buy mass quantities of ramen noodles, particularly when the local store had a sale.
Every once in a while, the store down the block from where I lived during my later college years would sell ramen noodle packets at a rate of 12 for $1. I would go in there and buy at least 60 of them, if not more.
I absolutely do not advocate eating ramen noodles on a consistent basis as a way to save money. They’re quite unhealthy. However, they are quite filling for the price and, in… Continue reading
After Thanksgiving and Christmas feast, and new year party, I always gain weight. Plus I love food and love to cook and eat out so that does not help. However a friend of mine recommended this DVD and I am going to try it out this time for new year resolution and lose weight while still cook and eat the food I love. I think that is great workout at fraction of cost of going to private person at gym to lose a weight, try it out.
With… Continue reading
Creatively prepared Thanksgiving leftovers are usually my favorite part of the meal.
The elements of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner can be remixed in many, many creative ways to make for some delicious meals throughout the following days and often can result in very little of the food going to waste, meaning you’ve got some pretty inexpensive meals.
Here are a few of my favorite resources for ways to utilize Thanksgiving leftovers from recent articles and blog postings.
Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes My favorite of these is the moo shu tostada that uses turkey. (@ the frugal home)
Many of you have heard of cast iron pans for cooking. These pan and pots are great for retaining heat, so food can be cooked evenly inside the pan. These type of cookware has many benefits and can be useful at home cooking as well outdoor cooking on grill.
Copper pans are great for retaining heat and offer similar benefits to cast iron pans, but they are much more expensive to purchase. Cast- Iron pans are much cheaper but requires seasoning and maintaining of the pan. There is also enamel coated pans and pot available. They are little more pricier… Continue reading
I remember when I was in college and away from home, I did not have any proper cooking pans and pots. I ate out in cafeteria, fast food places a lot. It was expensive and not very healthy. Having a few proper basic cookware pieces could have helped me cook a few basic and simple recipes at my dorm. While, I am no longer in college now, I thought of writing for others who are, so they can make a informed choice and do better than I did.
You do not need to buy a whole cooking set. You can… Continue reading