My belated cooking (new year’s) resolution #4:
Incorporate more Healthy fats and oils into my diet – I love fish, so this will be an easy one for me, although fish can get costly; but I’m willing to make the budgetary sacrifice in order to get the healthy benefits from this food as well as other good fats.
Fat! (Photo credit: LexnGer)
My belated cooking (new year’s) resolution #3:
Embrace the Whole Foods movement – I’m so excited about this resolution. One of my major goals is to incorporate more vegetables into my food routine and to eat less processed foods. We should all strive for this. It’s probably easier said than done, but I’m definitely going to try.
Whole foods (Photo credit: parislemon)
My belated cooking (new year’s) resolution #2
Cook at home more – I am all about committing to cook at home more for several reasons; To save money and to be a more healthy eater. Plus, there are so many cookbooks, recipes, cooking magazines and websites out there that there really is no excuse NOT to cook. I hate it when people have these huge kitchens and don’t use them. What a waste.
English: Beef top round with parsnips, carrots, onion, gold beets & rutabega (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
So, it’s been a while since I’ve posted on here, the holidays kept me pretty busy, but I’m back.
Since it’s a new year, I wanted to share some of my belated cooking (New Year’s) resolution for 2013.
Try different foods – One of my biggest pet peeves is when people go to restaurants, especially ethnic establishments, and don’t try anything new. If all you are going to do is order chicken, then stay home. This is why I love when cities do “Restaurant Weeks” because it’s an opportunity to try many different foods at a very reasonable price.
My Cooking Resolution #1 – Try New Foods