Dining al fresco is one of life’s simplest pleasures. This week, we have a variety of recipe suggestions to enjoy on your balcony or back porch. You can even host an at-home or socially-distant picnic to make the most of your time spent outside. Grab the folding chairs, cushions and plastic placemats: we’re moving the dining room outdoors!
Thanks to these five recipes, you won’t have to lessen the amount of grilling you do during the week. Meat, vegetables, seafood...we won’t have to get all up in your grill for you to enjoy them!
This week, we’re making dinner in large quantities so as to have enough leftover for lunch the next day, or to simply enjoy at a later date. Don that apron, get your hands messy and let’s start batch cooking to make more than one meal!
Every pantry and fridge should contain some basic ingredients. By making sure you have them stocked, you can cook a range of dishes on a moment’s notice, without having to head to the grocery store. During this time of uncertainty where you have to limit your travels, we value recipes that require few ingredients!
This week, we’re focusing on veganism, which highlights plant-based proteins and excludes all animal products, including meat, dairy, cheese and honey. The great thing is, eating vegan is affordable and also far from boring! Adding tofu, tempeh and legumes to your plate is a great way to switch your weekly menu up a bit, especially during these times.
This week, we’re keeping things practical! Lately, we’ve been eating three meals a day at home, every day. Our homes have become a workplace, school, gym and relaxation space all in one. Reserve a couple of hours to plan and cook for the rest of the week. The first step? Roast a whole chicken and chop up a bunch of veggies for the recipes to come!
For this week’s menu, we’re doing things a bit differently. Instead of suggesting a single recipe for each day of the week, we’re going to share different ingredients and the ways you can use them in a range of meals. That way, you’ll be able to cook for the entire week and not have to leave the house unnecessarily!
How does a break from meat for a few days sound? This week, we’re sharing a few vegetarian meals with you made with ingredients you likely already have on hand and that keep well during this time when we’re confined to home. Here, we focus on vegetables, legumes and quinoa, which add diversity to our meals.