What do you cook when you just can't? That is, when you can't handle doing much of anything—whether that's thinking, watching the news, scrolling through Facebook, or just following an elaborate recipe with perhaps one too many steps and ingredients. These 25 recipes are for when you can't: ones that require little attention after they're on the stovetop, in the slow-cooker, or in the oven, or have so few ingredients they come together without much thought.
Chili is one of those cozy dinners we make once a week come wintertime. We’re pretty much always craving a spicy, warm bowlful. Bonus: It’s one of the easiest dishes to make vegetarian without changing much flavor or texture. So if you’re trying to cut back on meat or just get in more veg on a regular basis, veggie chili recipes are a must-have. These nine vegetarian (and some vegan!) chilis are just waiting to be made.
However, if you already own essential oils, it’s really easy to make your own room sprays. (Keep reading and I’ll tell you how.) You can use these for different purposes, such as safe and natural air freshening. Years ago, before company was due to arrive, I’d burn a scented candle on my stove. It filled my kitchen with a warm (but toxic) aroma.
Photo: Fair Winds Press You’re at the office, hard at work, when your cubicle-mate shows up with a fist full of tissues and a nagging cough. Cue: panic. What can you do to avoid catching contagious bugs (short of threatening to work from home until spring)? Photo: Fair Winds PressCook. After all, you are what you … Continue reading What a nutritionist eats when she starts feeling sick
All doable, all delicious.