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13 Nov/09

Eat Breakfast Like an Olympian with "Super" Oatmeal [Diet]

Eat Breakfast Like an Olympian with "Super" Oatmeal [Diet]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Dietitian Bob Seebohar has guided the diet of many a U.S. Olympic athlete; here he demonstrates how to prepare an oatmeal breakfast that aims to give you the energy of a gold medalist. Although Seebohar uses a rice cooker in the video above, you’re stove top or microwave would work just fine for creating this energy and antioxidant packed oatmeal. The mixture is packed with enough essentials to fuel your body...

12 Nov/09

Hit Up Farmers’ Markets when Cooking for One [Saving Money]

Hit Up Farmers’ Markets when Cooking for One [Saving Money]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Grocery stores are full of deals involving two-for-one, 30 percent more, family sizes, and other bulk deals. None of that helps, though, if the food goes to waste. The Washington Post suggests farmers’ markets, and creativity, for single cooks. Photo by Ed Yourdon. The article is framed around a farmers’ market tour with Judith Jones, the literary agent who rescued both The Diary of Anne Frank and Julia Child’s...

13 Set/09

Turn a 55-Gallon Drum into a Barbecue [DIY]

Turn a 55-Gallon Drum into a Barbecue [DIY]

Your BBQ and grilling exploits don’t require a premium barbecue—in fact with a little scavenging you can be sporting a spacious grill for very little cash outlay. Follow this simple tutorial to turn a 55-gallon drum into a grill. Barbecuing is a forgiving process. You need meat, heat, and a place to combine the two for an extended period of time. A steel 55-gallon drum has a large volume—great for keeping a stable temperature—and a broad cross section for laying...




6 Set/09

Perfect Your Grilled Cheese with Protein and Heat [Food]

Perfect Your Grilled Cheese with Protein and Heat [Food]

Two slices of Wonder Bread and yellow cheese make for a stupid-easy and quick lunch, but they can be so much better. Professional chef Jennifer Iserloh offers ideas for balancing and making the ultimate comfort food a smidge healthier. Photo by FotoosVanRobin. Iserloh suggests adding non-salty protein to your sandwich to make it filling and offset the gooey-ness of the cheese, and going beyond white breads and cheap cheese as components. We’re gravitating toward this idea, though: Add...

4 Set/09

Recipes You Can Make When You’re Sick [Illness]

Recipes You Can Make When You’re Sick [Illness]

We seriously hope nobody is suffering through a fluke illness this long weekend. Whenever illness strikes, though, we can recommend these recipes that are light on ingredients and Sudafed-coated thought, and have a few home-remedy healing powers, too. Serious Eats writer Tressa Eaton, suffering from an unseasonal fever, poured her waning energy into recipes that use (mostly) common cabinet ingredients, don’t require sauteeing or mincing or anything much, and provide a warming, healing...

30 Ago/09

Use Your Oven to Bulk Cook Hard-Boiled Eggs [Food Hacks]

Use Your Oven to Bulk Cook Hard-Boiled Eggs [Food Hacks]

Hard-boiled eggs are a great snack, but boiling them just right isn’t a convenient task. Skip the pot of water and use your oven instead. Eggs are a great source of protein and other nutrients, but boiling them can be hit or miss sometimes. Sometimes the eggs are over-cooked, or sometimes the shells stick a bit too firmly to the egg. At the time-saving blog TipNut, they have an excellent reader tip to share: Put a baking sheet on the bottom of the oven then place all the eggs you...

22 Ago/09

Butter Bell Keeps Butter Soft, Spreadable, and Clean [Stuff We Like]

Butter Bell Keeps Butter Soft, Spreadable, and Clean [Stuff We Like]

Store butter in the fridge and it’s too hard. Store butter on the counter and, if it’s left uncovered, it gets warm and, occasionally, funky. Stash your butter in a Butter Bell, a novel centuries-old French storage method. The Butter Bell is, basically, a crockery shaped like a small cookie jar. Inside the jar, there is a bell-shaped space attached to the lid where the butter is stored, and a small amount of cool water is kept in the bottom of the jar to keep the butter cool...

22 Ago/09

Butter Bell Keeps Butter Soft, Spreadable, and Clean [Stuff We Like]

Butter Bell Keeps Butter Soft, Spreadable, and Clean [Stuff We Like]

Store butter in the fridge and it’s too hard. Store butter on the counter and, if it’s left uncovered, it gets warm and, occasionally, funky. Stash your butter in a Butter Bell, a novel centuries-old French storage method. The Butter Bell is, basically, a crockery shaped like a small cookie jar. Inside the jar, there is a bell-shaped space attached to the lid where the butter is stored, and a small amount of cool water is kept in the bottom of the jar to keep the butter cool...

20 Ago/09

10-Piece Nesting Cookware [Stuff We Like]

10-Piece Nesting Cookware [Stuff We Like]

Whether you’re a camper looking for a way to pack some serious cookware without wasting space or you just want less clutter in your kitchen cabinets, the nesting MSR Flex 4 cookset is the Matryoshka doll of cookware. The nested cookset features: Cookset includes a 3.2-liter nonstick DuraLite DX pot, 5.3-liter hard-anodized pot, 2 strainer lids, 4 polypropylene DeepDish plates, 4 insulated mugs and a pot handle DuraLite DX aluminum pot features a nonstick finish that cleans up easily;...

8 Ago/09

Get Movie Theater Popcorn at Home for Pennies on the Dollar [Food]

Get Movie Theater Popcorn at Home for Pennies on the Dollar [Food]

Movie popcorn has a certain flavor to it that home popping methods usually fall short of capturing. Don’t give up on having great theater popcorn at home—this simple method turns out authentic buckets for pennies on the dollar. Photo by Dave Fancher. What’s the secret to getting that great popcorn taste on a budget? You certainly don’t need to go out and buy a commercial popper, that’s for sure. You will, however, need to invest in a $23 stove top popcorn...