Meals At Home
This is the best for cooking for one; few ingredients, easy, cheap (so cheap!), somewhat healthy, not that much washing up. I’ll give quantities to feed one, but can just increase for however many you want.
Grist has a recent article about the rise of community-supported agriculture, and how the rise has made some small farms become bigger—not industrial big, but medium-size, and what this means for people who want to support small farms.
Open-face heirloom tomato sandwiches recipe, which isn’t really a cheap eats because heirloom tomatoes aren’t cheap.
Summer means heat, and heat means cravings for cool, light, refreshing meals. When I get home from work on a hot July day, the last thing I want to do is heat up my A/C-less apartment by turning on the oven or standing over the stove. Behold the wonder of Lentil Quinoa Salad.
Milk, but what KIND of milk?
Cooking (“Cooking”) tips.