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Spinach Burritos
Whether you want to save time, save money, or help the earth by reducing food waste, one of the best things you can do is use up the food you’ve got in your house. To assist you in doing that, I am sharing tips on how to repurpose leftovers so you can eat well, save time and money, and feel good about your impact on the environment. Repurposing Leftovers: A Simple Way to Reduce Food
baked turkey-pesto pinwheels on cooling rack
In this my 12th year of daily lunch packing for my boys, I finally decided to give pinwheels a try and I haven’t looked back. These turkey-pesto pinwheels are truly the easy make-ahead school lunch you have been dreaming of. Years and years ago, I read a post on one of my favorite blogs, Real Mom Nutrition, about a super easy dish that Sally had been making for her sons’ school lunches: ham and cheese
grocery produce
Do you dread the weekly chore of making up your grocery list? Or are you a fly by the seat of your pants kind of person when it comes to shopping? While grocery list making and grocery shopping can feel like an onerous task, it doesn’t have to! I’ve got tips on how to make grocery list generation and grocery shopping easier. For years, I was a big fan of winging it when it came
reject diet culture eat what you want
Each January, traffic to The Scramble’s website explodes. As a small business owner, it’s an exciting time to run a food blog and meal planning service and I welcome all of the new folks who join us during this period. But as a proponent of rejecting diet culture and building a positive and joyful relationship with cooking and food, it also makes me sad that so many people feel an intense need to “fix” their
heat levels and cooking speed
One of the cooking anxieties I hear most often from people is that they feel like they don’t understand stove heat levels well enough. For instance, what does it mean when something is supposed to be cooked at medium-high rather than high or medium? What is low heat used for? And how do you know if you’re at the right heat level for the dish you are preparing? If any of these worries have ever
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