Of course, food ought to taste good too, but I feel as if that goes without saying. The problem with a lot of modern eating is that it misses out on at least two of the three factors by being done via restaurants.
An article by Taylor Lee over at Pennyhoarder goes right up my way of thinking but adds some practical suggestions for how to make cooking at home not only cheaper and healthier than restaurant fare but also at least as convenient as getting in the car and heading to Applebee’s.
Every meal I plan has to fit three requirements:
- It has to be a recipe I enjoy eating.
- It has to be easy to make, with no more than 30 minutes of prep time.
- I should already have all the tools I need to prepare the dish on hand.
She has plenty more good stuff to share as well. Check it out.