Day: February 17, 2021 – Finally! An Online Marketplace Making Sustainable Home Goods Less Beige

First we swore off plastic wrap and paper towels. Then we realized that we still have leftovers to save and Pollock-inspired marinara splatters to wipe up. Luckily, we now have endless options for swapping single-use products with reusable stuff…perhaps too endless. Bay Area–based Azora Zoe Paknad noticed her friends and family struggling to navigate the – I’m Not Sure I’ll Ever Go Back to Bartending Full-Time

Restaurant Diaries is a weekly series featuring four different people working in the industry. Each week, you’ll hear from one of them, from a line cook in Denver to a farmer in Winters, California. This week’s diarist is Jenny Feldt, who recently left her bartending and beverage consulting job to resume her role as a – Working From Home Means I Can Finally Eat Messy Toast for Lunch

Working from home everyday means my lunch options are no longer limited to compact sandwiches or well composed bowls that won’t leave crumbs and splatters on my keyboard (or face) as I inevitably eat at my desk surrounded by coworkers. With this new freedom, I’ve been leaning into messy toasts, piled high with soft-scrambled eggs, – 7 Sandwiches to Save You from Your Lunch Rut

If you had asked me What’s for lunch? sometime in the very recent past, my answer would never have been a homemade sandwich. The simplest versions always felt lackluster, and the ones I craved—the Court Street Grocers–level creations—would require half a day to prepare the dozen or so fancy sub-components. Plus, they never tasted as – When Lunch Feels Too Hard, Make Peanut Butter Noodles

I’ve lost track of the number of meals I’ve cooked (and cleaned!) this past year of quarantine, though 1,095 (that’s 365 multiplied by 3 for all you keeping score at home) is probably close. Even as a recipe developer and cookbook author who’s no stranger to working from home, lunch in particular presents a conundrum—I – 13 Easy Lunch Ideas to Make Your Midday Meal the Best One of the Day

“What’s for lunch?” It’s the question we (and our spouses, children, and roommates) ask ourselves daily while standing in front of the fridge. But over the past year, as we worked—and lunched—from home, we dialed in our mealtime strategy and found a few bright spots along the way (including lunch nachos). Consider the recipes, advice, – Our Best Ever Lockdown Lunch Ideas

If you find yourself raiding the fridge and scouring the cupboards for lunch inspiration, look no further. Pack your plate with wholesome, tasty ingredients that can be made in 30 minutes or less. You don’t need to sacrifice flavour or nutrition to create something delicious from storecupboard staples. We’re here to help you create something – Best Decanters to Buy – olivemagazine

What is a decanter? Before glass bottles were mass produced, in the 19th century, wine would always be served from decanters, having been bought directly from the barrel in take-home containers. These days they’ve rather fallen out of fashion but, as well as being attractive centrepieces to a table, wine decanters serve two practical but

Serving a slice of Pastitsio, Greek Pasta Bake – Pastitsio (Greek beef pasta bake)

Pastitsio – with layers of pasta, a rich cinnamon spiked red wine meat sauce topped with a thick layer of cheese sauce, this is Greece’s answer to Italian Lasagna. Let the games begin! Pastitsio – Greek pasta bake Pastitsio is so much more than just another pasta bake. A step up from Baked Spaghetti and

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