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If you're looking to beef up your kitchen skills, you can buy inexpensive cooking classes from ChefHangout, and learn tons of recipes over Google Hangouts. Google Hangouts is the best free group chat we've ever used , and it seems others have taken notice of its awesomeness. ChefHangout lessons take place at different points during the day and cost around $20 a lesson, which isn't bad when you consider that it's only a ten person class.
If you're the type who wakes up in the morning with just enough time to get ready and get out the door to work or school, you may want to eat breakfast but the thought of cutting into your sleeping time isn't very appealing either. Get your crock pot ready—with five minutes of prep, you can enjoy a fresh hot breakfast in the morning that cooked while you slept. Even though I work from home, I have a terrible time cooking breakfast in the morning before I have to start working, so when I tried this trick myself, I was amazed at how little prep was required and how great the payoff was when I woke up the next morning. You'll need a crock pot, a smaller ceramic bowl that will fit inside the crock, and some aluminum foil.
Thu 19 Jan 2012 Story by Pam Johnston I’m not a big believer in New Year’s resolutions—it seems as if most of us make the same ones year after year, with little progress between those promises to ourselves. Instead, I decided to start 2012 with some small, specific food goals for my family, both to help my teenage children change some not-so-healthy habits and to emphasize the good habits we already had in place. These are the goals behind my Family Food Revolution: • Eat Breakfast My daughter is not a morning person—during the school year, it’s a challenge to even get her out of bed in time to get dressed.
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