Blame the bakeries for cranking out great bread so we don't have to. But does this mean we've lost the art of cooking and baking at home? If you know how to roast a chicken, you might be one of the few.
If you ate ten buffalo chicken wings with bleu cheese dressing yesterday during the Big Game party, you'll need to do 150 minutes of stair climbing to burn it all off. And the pepperoni pizza...well, that may take a little longer. Yesterday was so much more fun!
Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year for avocados. We'll eat more of those awesome green fruits on February 3rd than we will any other day this year, and we're ready to spotlight them with the simplest and best recipe ever.
If kale isn't exactly your thing, the newest superfoods will probably be much more appealing to you. Some of the things that Texans have been frying and burying in cheese for years are now considered superfoods, so this news may make your whole year.
If you don't mind slurping your fruits and vegetables through the same straw, a smoothie recipe that combines a half dozen items from the produce section can jump start your plan to get healthy in 2019. And it can save money at the same time.
Black-eyed peas are a good luck food that many people eat on New Year's Day, and if you make this dip you can keep the string of luck going for a week or more. With the help of Fritos, which makes it an even bigger win.
It's not just Black-eyed Peas that are supposed to bring us good luck if we eat them on New Year's Day. If you love to grill, throw a pork butt on the smoker too! What else should we eat to have a fantastic 2019?