Labor Day's coming up! That means it's time to show off what you learned this summer– specifically, your BBQ Brain. We all know about hamburgers, hotdogs, and whatnot, but is there a special thing to bring that will wow your friends and neighbors? YES THERE IS PLEASE WATCH TO FIND OUT OK BYE.TRANSCRIPTJosh: Hey, it's Josh Androsky with Savings.com. What's the best thing to bring to a barbecue? Who knows? Labor Day is coming up, so we're gonna find out right now.Item
Have you ever had one of those weekends where you overindulge a bit too much and wake up Monday morning shocked at your depleted bank account? Well I have, and it's what landed me trolling the well-stocked shelves of a 99 cent store by my house – you know the type – where everything's under a buck.Because of my reckless spending the previous weekend, I went to buy a few items that I'd normally pay four times the amount for at a grocery or drug store and thus, get me through to my
If you know a thing or two about ol' Lamps, you know that summer is my favorite time of year, and I love hosting parties as much as I love attending them. What you might not know is a year ago I found out I'm allergic to wheat. I'll spare you the details of my sinus struggles […]
Cinco de Mayo is associated with yummy food and even yummier drinks. While some may think Cinco de Mayo is the celebration of Mexico's Independence Day, it's actually the celebration of their defeat over the French at the Battle of Puebla.
Over the years, Cinco de Mayo has become a celebration for even non-Mexicans who want to eat delicious food and make a toast in honor of the special day! If you're desperate to throw a Cinco de Mayo party, but don't have all the right stuff, read on for cheap but hilariously non-Mexican alternatives:
Tofu has a lousy reputation. We associate it with 70's health food (read: boring) and jiggly white blocks of flavorlessness.
But what that discounts is the fact that tofu is a super-healthy, lean form of protein that happens to be incredibly inexpensive. We're talking around $2-$4 for enough tofu to feed 4 people.
It's also versatile enough to be worked into just about any dish, freezes well, and is super shelf-stable if kept in airtight container in the refrigerator.
I know, I know. You think it's gross. But bear with me, because with a few little tricks, it can be freaking delicious. In fact, it might just become your new favorite food. Or even—get this—your kids' new favorite food.
Read on for 5 family-friendly tofu recipes that will make you the winner of dinner.
We've all been there. You really did mean to go grocery shopping this week—you even made a list. But then, it just didn't happen. So there you are, staring at a near-empty fridge, debating picking up the phone and ordering take-out.
DON'T DO IT!
Instead, have a wander over to your pantry, and you'll discover that therein lays a world of culinary opportunities. All you need is a little creativity and some super-basic techniques, and you'll be chowing down on some really good (and-much-cheaper-than-takeout) grub. Here's what to have on hand: