I Tried Every Devour Brand TV Dinner: An Honest Review
I tried all the Devour brand TV dinners at my local grocery stores over the course of a few weeks. Here’s what I thought of each one.
8 Budget-Friendly Weeknight Meal Ideas With Walmart Groceries
Budget-friendly doesn't have to mean cheap and tasteless. You can make inexpensive meals that are quick and easy using groceries from Walmart.
Product Review of Kirkland (Costco Brand) Protein Bars
A close friend of mine recommended Kirkland Protein Bars. This is a review sharing my opinon of them.
7 Reasons to Watch Cooking Shows Even if You Don't Make the Recipes
This article shares seven reasons to watch cooking shows even if you do not intend to make the recipes.
Food Additives Bha, Bht, and Tbhq: Uses and Concerns
Bha, Bht, and Tbhq are antioxidant food additives commonly found in oily and fatty processed foods, medicines, cosmetics, food packaging, animal feed, and rubber goods. The letters look and sound similar, but how do the synthetic additives they represent differ?
Nusret Gökçe (Salt Bae) Is Famous, But for How Long?
The internet bestowed fame and fortune upon Turkish chef Nusret Gökçe (Salt Bae). Is he truly worthy of the stardom, or like a meteor will he eventually plummet to earth?
The Fiery and Fascinating History of Tabasco Sauce
There are many fiery condiments on the market, but Tabasco Sauce was the original.
Fake Foods: What You Need to Know About Food Swindlers
Passing off fake cheeses, meats, and other food items as premium brands is big business.
An Honest Review of Front Door Produce Delivery Service
This is an honest review of my experience with Front Door Produce, a delivery service that ships vegetables to your door.
I Haven't Eaten Red Meat or Processed Foods in Over a Year
I used to be a foodie, but I no longer eat red meat or processed foods. The reason I quit so abruptly might shock you.
5 Whole Foods That Are Fresher Outside of the Fridge
Many foods stay fresher and taste better when stored outside of your refrigerator. Here are five whole foods that prefer being out of the fridge.
World Market: Fabulous Global Foods and Culinary Gifts
World Market is a chain of specialty retail stores for imported goods. In addition to a wide range of international food products, they also sell furniture, décor, rugs, gifts, and apparel. Shopping here is like traveling around the world without stepping on an airplane!
Review of Amazon Prime Grocery Delivery: What to Know
If you have never ordered groceries from Amazon Prime, you might do so after reading this review.
8 More Foods That Are (Almost) Too Difficult to Eat
Slippery sushi, pesky pomegranates, cantankerous chicken on the bone—there are some foods that are almost impossible to eat. Here’s another look at how to win the battle of food and the fork.
Pros and Cons of the Amazon Fresh Grocery Delivery Service
Amazon Fresh is a very convenient way to order groceries online, including perishables. The service has several pros and cons. This is my review.
Who Is Aunt Jemima and Those Others Hanging Out in Your Kitchen?
You have undoubtedly noticed that many products in your kitchen are given pseudo-human personalities. Have you ever wondered who those strangers in your kitchen are? Get to know some of them, and you might find out that they aren't so controversial after all.
Review of Eat Your Coffee Caffeinated Snack Bars
Eat Your Coffee makes healthy, caffeinated snack bites without a crash. In this article, I review the Mocha Mint and Chocolate Espresso flavors. Overall, I think this is a well-designed snack for those who are looking for a sugar-free energy boost, though I did think they were a bit bland.
Phoenicia Specialty Foods: Worldwide Grocery Plus Pita Bread Factory
Phoenicia Specialty Foods, located in Houston, Texas, carries food products from 50+ countries. At the Westheimer location, fresh pita bread rolls off of a conveyer belt in the store.
Review of Gary's Quick Steak: Make-Your-Own Cheesesteak at Home
With Gary's you can make your own Philly cheesesteak sandwich at home. Quick, easy, and delicious, it cooks up nicely and gives you restaurant-quality flavor.
How to Make Your Own Buttermilk and Other 5-Minute Baking Hacks
Baking hacks make recipes more affordable, help out in a pinch and speed things up!
Food Safety: Expiration Dates, Recalls, and Romaine Lettuce in the 21st Century
Every year tons food items are recalled and 40 percent of food produced in the U.S. is discarded. Is our food less safe than it was before, and if so, why? What’s going on?
How to Hasselback (Almost) Everything
Hasselback is not a pro quarterback (that’s Hasselbeck). It’s a cooking technique—slicing almost all-the-way through foods, creating thin layers that are then stuffed and baked. Let’s learn how it started and fun ways to use this technique in your kitchen.
A 21st Century Look at Foods of the Great Depression
Next week is the 90th anniversary of the start of the Great Depression of 1929-39, an economic crisis that began in the U.S. and then rapidly spread across the globe. This article looks at how households adapted to depleted food resources and how we can update those dishes for the 21st century.
Review of My Six Favorite Saffron Road Frozen Meals
I enjoy cooking at home, but sometimes I'm not in the mood to cook. In these situations, I often turn to Saffron Road frozen meals because they're healthy and delicious.
Country Archer Original Beef Jerky Review
Beef jerky is not only a delicious snack but it is healthy as well. Low in fat and sugars, it's a sure way to obtain your daily protein requirements. If your days are busy and you don't like to wash dishes, you may want to try this. It's convenient, and it tastes good, too.
What You Should Know About the Bottled Water Industry
Some people are spending as much as $90 for a bottle of “premium” water—but even the cheaper stuff isn’t really cheap.