Have you ever gone to the store, bought a beautiful bag of baby spinach, baby kale, arugula, mesclun, spring mix, etc. only to have it turn into a gross mess of wilted greens three days later? It’s so annoying, especially when you were planning on using the greens for a recipe later in the week and now have to sit and sort through the leaves to find the good ones. Luckily, there’s an easy solution that uses things you most likely already have in your kitchen. Continue Reading
I know salads in jars are nothing new but I thought it was necessary to share how I pack my lunch every day for work in no more than 5 minutes. A lot of this comes down to (very easy) prep that I do on Sunday, before the week begins. Along with that is knowing the anatomy of a salad, how to put together ingredients that will make up an interesting, nutritious, and filling meal for work.
If you’ve ever wondered how to chop an onion without crying, you’ve probably experienced that unpleasant stinging feeling in your eyes that inevitably leads to tears, and in the case of those of us who wear mascara, panda eyes. Fear not, I accidentally discovered a very easy way to chop an onion without crying. Continue Reading