We all love a good restaurant with live music because it creates a wonderful atmosphere to share with family and friends.
I love weekends. For many reasons, but mostly for one particular reason . . . farmer’s markets!
Meal prepping is a very quick and efficient way to prepare the foods you want to eat for the week. Especially now that I am going to college and living on my own for the first time, meal prepping has allowed cooking to become much more convenient.
There are many perks to meal prepping, such as saving money on food and developing better eating habits.
Meal prepping is becoming more popular, and here’s why: it’s efficient, it’s easier to track portion sizes and macros, it saves you time throughout the day, and you can even make your food look aesthetically pleasing if you want!
I’m a student who also has a part-time job. I don’t have much time to cook or prepare. So, I started meal prepping.
As school starts back up, our schedules can quickly become overfilled with classes, assignments, extracurriculars, and work. That makes Postmates or UberEats seem like a logical choice, but in the long run, this can become really unhealthy and expensive.
If there’s one way to bring people together, it’s with food! I love trying new foods and connecting to different cultures in that way.
Trying new food is a great way to be introduced to and get educated about new cultures and lifestyles.
I grew up cooking and baking all the time, so whenever I want a certain food, my first instinct isn’t always to go find a restaurant—it’s to make it myself, even if it’s a food from a different culture.