My favorite way to cook pot roast is in a crockpot. It’s minimal effort and there’s not much better than a house filled with the aromas of a delicious meal. This is a basic pot roast recipe so feel free to mix it up. You can substitute beef stock for the red wine, toss → Hungry for more?
Once upon a time, vegetarians were relegated to simply eating everything that surrounded the main course on the dinner table, but making a meal out of side dishes doesn’t exactly create a dining experience to remember. Thank goodness times–and vegetarian fare–have changed. Gone are the days of salad, rice and pasta! Today’s vegetarians can treat → Hungry for more?
Properly prepared risotto is a thing of wonder: creamy rice, cooked slowly with ladles full of stock added one at a time. And, it is not as difficult as it may seem. Here are a few tips to help you make the perfect risotto. 1. Get the Rice Right Risotto is made with Arborio rice, → Hungry for more?
Cleaning Mushrooms Cleaning mushrooms can be tricky. Mushrooms are pulled straight from the earth so they’re typically dirty when you bring them home from the grocery store. Dirt aside, rinsing your mushrooms, which are made primarily of water, may not be the best solution. Mushrooms have an extremely high water content, somewhere around 85%, → Hungry for more?
Today I’m sharing time-saving tips to make prepping your fruit and vegetable smoothies a breeze. Smoothies are a great way to get in a healthy breakfast or snack on the go. They’re nutrient rich and you can enjoy several servings of fruits and vegetables in one tasty drink. Smoothies require a bit of → Hungry for more?