Share Your Favorite Recipes in Time for the Holidays
November 18, 2015
With temperatures dropping and the holidays right around the corner, there will be plenty of chances to fire up the oven (or plug in the microwave). Not only can cooking at home be healthier and less expensive, it can also be better for the environment. However, despite these benefits, studies have shown that Americans spend minimal time cooking, often opting for faster options that can be eaten on the run. In fact, studies have shown that 28% of Americans don’t know how to cook.
To help you reap the benefits of cooking, we’ve rounded up simple and delicious recipes to cook this month. Whether you’re gearing up for a big dinner party or just need some food inspiration for a Tuesday night, check out these three decks:
Autumnal Recipes to Get You in the Spirit
With just one more month of fall, why not celebrate with dishes to close out the season? These five recipes feature in-season ingredients so you can make the most of fresh, healthy food. And no, they don’t have pumpkin in them. (Okay, one of them does.)
Crafting the Perfect Grilled Cheese
It’s no secret that the U.S. loves its grilled cheese. In fact, there’s an entire month delegated to honoring the venerable sandwich. However, getting the perfect grilled cheese is more complicated than throwing a piece of cheese between two slices of bread. To make the perfect grilled cheese, follow these steps. Don’t forget the tomato soup!
No need to wait for a summer campfire to enjoy the joys of ooey gooey s’mores. This simple recipe only requires three ingredients and it’s perfect for both adults and kids. Plus, the unexpected swap from graham crackers to pretzels lends a salty-sweet combination that no one can resist.
Have recipes or food tips of your own that you want to share with the world?