Chewy rice noodles scandalously loaded with crisp tender vegetables, a flavourful garlic and ginger sauce, and eggs make up our divine Rice Noodle Stir Fry. Serve it as a side dish for any number of Asian inspired dishes or as a great, stand-alone vegetarian main dish.
This naturally gluten-free* recipe is crazy easy and comes together at the speed of light. It’s as fast as ordering take-out and even tastier! Don’t let the long-ish ingredient list scare you!
*To keep this recipe gluten free, be sure to use tamari sauce or gluten-free soy sauce. To make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth.
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Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you had a great Thanksgiving! I ate way too much.
I’m not a big Black Friday shopper. I haven’t been out at the stores in years. However, I caught an online sale that is really great. The Instant Pot Pressure Cooker is having a big Black Friday sale on Amazon! IT’S $69!!!! It’s 47% off. Dude. I bought mine in early October for $120.
I’ve only had it for a month but it is the coolest! I made a pot roast in an hour. Yesterday, I grabbed the turkey carcass, threw in some carrots, onions and leftover herbs and in less than 2 hours I had crazy good broth. My friends just made pork chili with tomatillos in 30 minutes. I’m still exploring (read: watching lots of YouTube videos…really like FloLum’s video series).
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For 100% pure comfort food, try our 1-pot Crock Pot Beef and Noodles; fall-apart tender beef in silky gravy with old-fashioned egg noodles. This is like a warm hug from the inside out.
This is one of the easiest slow cooker dishes that still delivers big beef-y flavour with minimal effort. Crock Pot Beef and Noodles is a hit with everyone in our house and the favourite dinner for a couple of us.
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The weekend can be a time when calories are high and time training is low. After a long week, the last thing some people may want to think about is going to the gym. Fortunately, you can still work on that physique sufficiently without spending a lot of time in the weight room with this 15-minute dumbbell HIIT workout.
US Army Veteran, celebrity trainer, and M&F fitness expert Erik Bartell knows a lot about making the most of workout situations. If you follow M&F on Instagram, then you know that he performs workouts twice a week live helping followers kickstart their day in a fit fashion. He doesn’t need much time and equipment to get the job done, either.
For example, he recently shared a 15-minute workout that will help anyone needing to burn some calories while getting an upper body pump. Yes, this session requires only 15 minutes of movement. Counting the time transitioning from one movement to the next, you’ll be done in around 20 minutes.
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These Dairy Free Vegan Shortbread Cookies are crunchy, buttery but naturally dairy free and only 3 ingredients! Perfect for Christmas!
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Every week we track the business, tech and investment trends in CPG, retail, restaurants, agriculture, cooking and health, so you don’t have to. Here are some of this week’s top headlines.
Spruce Point Capital has publicly denounced Oatly and Beyond Meat’s valuation, causing investors to wonder whether Oatly is on the precipice of a crash. In other news, some major investments closed this week, including Swiggy’s $1.25 billion raise, Nature’s Fynd’s $350 million and Pivot Bio’s $430 million.
Rockefeller Foundation released a new report that finds that the true cost of the U.S. food system is $3.2 trillion per year.
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Sometimes you need to break away from crowded gyms and the same old routine that may have stuck at a stubborn plateau. Kira Stokes is here to give you healthy and heart-pumping alternative. With her app’s newest offering “Gym time.” you’ll be able to work your entire body — or focus on one specific body part.
Each circuit of each program was created to keep you moving the entire workout — no time is wasted. Each workout will leave you feeling energized and wanting more.
Derived from “The Stoked Method,” it is the culmination of the celebrity fitness trainer‘s 25-plus years of hands-on experience resulting in a broad suite of workouts powered by her science-backed training methods, which will consistently deliver results. (Just take a look at her IG — and her arms!
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Welcome to week four of our Summer Inventory Challenge. If you haven’t already signed up to participate you can learn more and sign up at this link.
This week we are focusing on Basics, Fruits & Veggies and doing an inventory of all our supplies. Remember each challenge will walk you through these three questions:
What do you want to have?What do you already have?What do you still need to get?
What Do You Want to Have?
For a general overview of this weeks topics, please check out the Babystep 7: Baking Ingredients page and the Babystep 8: Fruits & Ve… Read More
Claussen Pickles are dill pickles at their crunchiest, saltiest best! These homemade Claussen pickles taste just like the commercial ones you find at the store, if not better.
Whether you’re new to pickle making or a pickle veteran, you NEED to make these refrigerator pickles! And wonder of wonders, you don’t need to know how to can to make these super fresh, crunchy pickles!
Homemade Claussen Knock-Off Pickles: Always crunchy and garlicky, this perfect homemade pickle recipe requires no special equipment, & no canning experience.
It’s common knowledge that I have a salty tooth rather than a sweet tooth. When the weather does what it has been doing lately (making us all do our best Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego impersonations) I can’t think of a s… Read More
This super simple salmon dish is dedicated to that old Food Network staple, Semi-Homemade, starring the former First Lady of New York State, Sandra Lee. If you’re not familiar, the show was focused around making easy “homemade” recipes utilizing pre-made products from the… to read the rest of Chef John’s article about Salsa Baked Salmon “Nachos,” please follow this link to become a member.)
Follow this link to get a complete, printable written recipe for Salsa Baked Salmon “Nachos!”
And, as always, enjoy!
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