Approximately 1.3 billion tons of food ($1 trillion worth) is wasted in the US per year. There is a collective effort among sectors to tackle #foodwaste, from the organizational, community, to state and country levels.
What can we as individuals do to tackle food waste this holiday season? Read more to find out.… Read More How You Can Reduce Food Waste this Holiday Season
By visiting family-owned farms like Two Lazy Farmers in NJ, you can tackle food waste by giving some love and purchasing “ugly” foods, and supporting local farmers in your neighborhood!… Read More Visiting a Family-Owned Farm
Hope everyone in the Northeast US stayed safe from the bomb cyclone this past week! Those of us in NYC experienced heavy winds and snow, and temperatures that felt like it was below 0 degrees Fahrenheit 😦 These record cold temperatures and extreme weather events we’ve been seeing over the course of 2017 are likely… Read More Recipe: Vegetarian Dumplings
When you’re home for the holidays, it’s the perfect time to prepare something delicious with your loved ones. This weekend, my mom taught me how she makes candied bacon with just three ingredients! Fair warning though, it can be quite sweet, so ration your sugar intake for the day or week if you’re gonna be… Read More Recipe: Candied Bacon
If you ever travel to Cambodia, make sure to try these traditional Khmer dishes!… Read More 5 Traditional Khmer Dishes to Try in Cambodia
Despite the consistent 90+ degree weather in Agua Caliente, I was never able to give up my love for soup! My host sister prepared this really simple noodle soup and it only took 3 ingredients: onion, tomato, and pasta noodles! Here’s what you’ll need: 1 onion 2-3 tomatoes, depending how tomatoey you want… Read More Recipe: Dry-cooked Noodle Soup
Try out this vegetarian quinoa salad with delicious honey mustard dressing for a light meal that’s packed with nutritious goodness! … Read More Recipe: Quinoa Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing (Vegetarian/Vegan)