Sure, you can learn to cook with celebrity chefs from the comfort of your home by watching Food Network and pausing it (a lot), or you can check out a cookbook to follow, but some people just learn better from a classroom-like environment. You may not want to leave the house at all, though, so where does that leave you? With Cozymeal, you have options.
Move over, pressure cooker: now the air fryer is all the rage. Air fryers work very simply: they take a few moments to fire up, then apply heavy air pressure to fry your foods without adding grease and oil. Pretty cool, right?
There’s just something about getting your tea or coffee made at a coffeehouse rather than doing it yourself at home. Whether it’s the plethora of syrups and toppings you don’t have at home, the fancy equipment or just the age old rule that everything tastes better when someone else whips it up for you, most people enjoy a drink out rather than in—but many avoid it since it does tend to get pricey.
As St. Patty’s rapidly approaches, plenty of hungry bloggers are turning toward corned beef and cabbage recipes. While you might make your own, many people also turn to their favorite local butcher, baker and candlestick maker (well, perhaps not that last one) to pick up a quick feast to celebrate their Irish heritage.
It’s becoming a possibility! Serving chopped veggies and fruits really isn’t some mysterious practice that fast food giants can’t decipher without a colander and Ouija board; it’s a pretty simple concept. It’s just not as cheap and comes with a bigger risk—if people don’t flock to the fresh produce, it’s in big danger of being wasted. There are ways to circumvent that, of course, and the restaurants that are making it big by selling healthier menu items must get that.