But what's the point, really? When would you actually take everything off and fold it up?
Hidden Storage for the Smallest Spaces Small Space Solutions | Apartment Therapy DC
|4/24/10 7:19 PM|
I freeze absolutely anything I am not 100% sure of eating (like the roast you got on on sale you don't feel like making) before it goes bad and I also spend time cooking real meals. We systematically freeze half of what we makke right away so as to avoid either eating the same thing several days in a row or compulsively overeating. And what fun to find a lasagne or cake you forgot about weeks or months later in the freezer! I also think that it's important not to view ingredients on a per-dish/meal basis; they should be seen holistically--if you only use yolks in a recipe then plan something for the whites; if you make a chicken then be sure to use the bones for a soup base. Old bread for bread crumbs or croutons. My cooking teacher says that almost nothing should be thrown away. Make it a game. Don't have time to cook? Takes half an hour to make something yummy and fresh. Turn off the tv or internet!
Weekend Meditation: Unintentional Compost | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
|4/17/10 3:37 PM|