Winona: So Ami, I had this thought while I was making dinner last night. I really want to teach you to cook.
Ami: I would love that.
Winona: Because you hate cooking right?
Ami: I just don’t get it. I’m impatient and hate doing things I’m bad at.
Winona: As a perfectionist oldest child, I feel you, girl.
Ami: Plus, in my house growing up, no one cooked. Like nothing. It was cereal for dinner. I can cook eggs and chicken. That’s it. Keep reading »
Your ice cube tray isn’t just for ice cubes. Check out some other crafty ways to use yours. Read more on TheBerry…
As the summer temperatures slowly climb to their sweltering highs, you can’t beat a cool glass of lemonade or iced tea. Want to add some new flavors to your summer beverage roster? Grab some ice cubes and a Pinterest-approved mason jar and click through for 10 refreshing recipes!
Find out how to make Paleo Stuffed Avocados with Cilantro Cream Sauce, Baked Avocado Fries, Chimichurri Avocado Toasts and Fudgy Gluten Free Chocolate & Avocado Cake over at theBERRY…
Since the season finale of “Kitchen Nightmares” aired, it seems like the show is all anyone’s been talking about. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you must have been away from your computer all week or you live in a remote yurt in the woods. I’ll give you the briefest of brief updates and you can do the rest of the heavy lifting yourself if you’re interested. Spoilers after the jump. Keep reading »
Here’s the thing — I will gladly eat Mexican food every single day of the year. Thankfully, there’s a holiday tailor-made for someone like me, and that glorious day is Cinco de Mayo. This year, it’s time for something different. Instead of my signature salsa-in-a-jar-with-chips appetizer served with a Costco taquito entree, I’ll try one of these delicious and simple recipes. Educate yourself on Cinco de Mayo and take your party snacks to the next level with these nine delicious recipes. Buen provecho!
I recently started making my own energy bars, and I’m blown away by how easy they are. I make mine with coconut, peanut butter, buckwheat, flax seeds, and whatever other healthy, protein-packed ingredients I find hiding in my cabinets. Most energy bar recipes are no-bake (just stir everything together on the stove top) and some just require a quick spin in the food processor and a couple hours in the fridge–they seriously couldn’t be easier to make. And in keeping with our travel theme this week, they’re perfect for snacking on airplanes or long car rides. Want to get in on the energy bar action? Click through for seven delicious, healthy recipes…
Mmmphh. Excuse me, sorry, my mouth was full. I just made myself this sandwich and it’s too delicious not to share with you. I mean, look at that thing. I wish I could offer you a bite through the screen. Don’t worry, I’m not just being cruel and sharing the photo to torment you. The completely simple, unhealthy, belly-satisfying “recipe” is after the jump! Keep reading »
Happy Pi Day, everyone! What are you doing to celebrate this awesome numerical holiday? Obviously you’re eating only circular foods (I mean, that’s kind of a given), and I’m guessing pie is on the menu, which is why I’ve gathered up 14 sweet and savory pie recipes to delight your tastebuds and fuel you up for a rousing game of math charades. Click through to check ‘em out!