This is Offbeat Home's archive of Food posts.
This is our category dedicated to eating, cooking, baking, and feeding.
Last night we feasted on ooey-gooey mac n' cheese fit for my husband's digestive system. He developed lactose-intolerance in the past couple of years, which effectively put an end to his cheese-fiend ways. I adapted this recipe from The New Vegan Table, and it's an awesome recipe. But made even better with my variation.
Whether it's foods, drinks, or decor, being on a stick makes it portable, fashionable and fabulous. Here's our savory, sweet, and sometimes even swanky roundup of all things Offbeat Home & Life… on a STICK!
My name is Mich and I'm addicted to my crockpot. Here's my favourite, cheap and easy crockpot recipe: chicken tacos. This recipe makes eight meals for me and my husband — that's 16 portions for about $14 (I buy chicken when it's on sale and freeze it).
Okay, I don't like my eggs sunnyside-up. And we all may remember how much I failed at my attempt to make one during the cooking challenge. But if perhaps I had this Sunnyside Silicon Egg Shaper at my disposal, there would have been fewer tears (and curse words) shed over my eggs.
In fact, look how happy this thing can make your breakfast plates…
My hubby and I started drinking tea a few winters ago while trying to cut down on sugar and pop, and it's been a huge hit in the house ever since. Unfortunately it did take some trial and error to figure out the best ways to buy and brew a variety of loose leaf teas. That is what I'd like to share, the basics of getting into loose leaf tea without breaking the bank or winding up with a bunch of tea you hate (I swear I didn't just throw out three tins of two-year-old tea that had only a couple of cups used…)