Food + Drink
In our busy, pre-quarantine lives, many of us just didn’t make the time to mix up something new, but now that we’re home for the foreseeable future, it’s the perfect time to fine-tune your cooking skills. Here are some of our current favorite cookbooks.
As we adjust to the many changes happening around us, we keep finding silver linings. With the new, absolute need to cook and eat at home, we’re taking this opportunity to continue inspiring our community to eat less meat. Here are four of our favorite by Abra Pappa.
These brews are green in the best way possible — no artificial dye required. Breweries all over are brewing a different kind of green beer. It’s eco-friendly, and it’s worth checking out.
Up-cycled is the new “new”—check out how one nutty company is turning coconut shells into bowls and candles, and putting waste to good use.
Voting with your dollar starts with shopping local. We dove into a book that inspired us to support local farmers and improve our food system. How will you bless the hands that feed you?
January is a quiet time of year. Along with the cold, many of us are drawn to indoor tasks as we kick off the new year. It’s cozy weather, weather that brings new meaning to the words bundled up, in short – baking weather.
Becoming a member of a CSA is one of the BEST ways to make sure that people growing food sustainably stay in business. Learn more about how they work, and plan a 100% locally sourced Thanksgiving dinner with our recipe roundup.
Every holiday comes with its own share of waste and sugary temptations, and Halloween’s a doozy. Check out our clean candy recommendations and a cool company that will recycle your candy wrappers FOR you.