I was digging through my freezer the other day and found an old bag of frozen broccoli. I don’t remember when I purchased it, but it was likely part of the great Whole 30 paleo debacle of 2015.
Many of our fondest holiday memories are made while sharing a meal, making a favorite family recipe or catching up with a loved one over of a warm mug of hot chocolate.
Denmark is cold. And dark. Yet its citizens consistently rank as some of the happiest people in the world. Some attribute that to the Danish tradition of hygge. As we stare down some of the coldest months of winter, embrace a little hygge in your own home.
It’s fall! Time to sip on pumpkin spice lattes, jump in the leaves and settle into long Sunday afternoons watching football.
As back-to-school time approaches, we’re looking for quick, nutritious meals to make rushed mornings go a little more smoothly. That’s where the lazy frittata comes in. And by lazy, we mean a veggie scrambler. But frittata sounds more exciting, right?
Some things in life are complicated. But doing your laundry shouldn’t take a lot of brain power, right?