Category: healthyish / home cooking

diet-eat.net – Chef Maricela Vega Shows Us How to Love Eating Plants In the Winter

Ask Maricela Vega what drives her cooking and she’ll talk about relationships. Relationships with farmers, with community, with family and ancestors and the earth itself. “Food doesn’t just magically appear,” she says. “I rely on so many to do what I do.” For the chef at Atlanta restaurant 8ARM and founder of Chicomecóatl, an organization

diet-eat.net – Most Popular Healthy Recipes of 2020

2020 will go down as the year we cooked more than ever before. All this time at home gave us ample opportunity to try new recipes and replay our favorites, from brothy soups to creamy vegetarian pastas. Oh, and we fell for a few vegetable-heavy hits too. Check out the recipes that Healthyish readers loved

diet-eat.net – A Mussels Escabeche to Make at Home and Eat With Everything

Even after six years living in Madrid, scoring a free tapa with every drink still feels like hitting pay dirt to me. Whether my beer arrives with a froufrou canapé or a mess of hacked-up jamón, I graciously accept whatever morsel is thrust my way. But I can’t hide my glee when the tapa du

diet-eat.net – 73 Healthy Soup Recipes That Make Any Day Cozier

Grandmas across the globe had it right: Soup is the ultimate comfort food. These healthy soup recipes are easy to make and full of flavorful nutrients. They’re a staple in our kitchens year-round but especially essential as the temperature drops and curling up with a bowl of something steamy becomes a full-time hobby. We’re making

diet-eat.net – How To Make Kefir (And What I Do With It)

Every morning, while the kettle heats the water for my coffee and my two-year-old slurps her Cheerios, I feed and strain my kefir grains. The grains—small, squishy clumps that resemble cauliflower florets—bubble away in a large glass jar in a corner of my kitchen, fermenting milk into a tangy, slightly carbonated, and incredibly creamy drink.

diet-eat.net – Recipes Using Roasted Chicken and Other Tales

Every week, Bon Appetit associate editor Christina Chaey writes about what she’s cooking right now. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll get the scoop before everyone else. Dear Healthyish friends, The Thanksgiving leftovers are finally gone, which is normally a moment I look forward to every year, because it means I

diet-eat.net – Sophia Roe Shares 4 Healthyish Weeknight Dinners Because We Can’t Survive on Cookies Alone

These recipes are part of Bon Appetit’s December Holiday issue. Catch up on all the recipes, articles, and more here. We live for gingerbread, hot toddies, and all the other festive foods and drinks this time of year brings, but we also crave a bit of balance—especially around dinnertime. That’s why we’re taking our cooking

diet-eat.net – 22 Healthy Weeknight Meals That Are Faster Than Waiting For Takeout

Deciding to cook healthy weeknight meals instead of leaning on takeout is no easy feat. After all, when it’s 7 p.m. and you’ve spent all day staring at a screen, all you want to do is order something extra cheesy and call it a night. We know the feeling. But we’re here to remind you

diet-eat.net – I Had a Cooking Plan, Then This Week Happened

Every week, Bon Appetit associate editor Christina Chaey writes about what she’s cooking right now. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll get the scoop before everyone else. Dear Healthyish friends, In an attempt to stave off quarantine boredom, shave a few bucks off my monthly grocery bill, and use up the

diet-eat.net – 43 Healthy Thanksgiving Appetizers That Still Leave Room for Turkey

Planning your healthy Thanksgiving appetizers can be tricky. Every host knows that appetizers are the key to pacing out a big dinner—the magic ingredient that keeps cocktail hour classy and placates hungry family members while the turkey finishes cooking. But, when dinner is a multi-course feast, serving the wrong kinds of appetizers can easily ruin

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