Well, here it is. My last post for my 30 day cooking challenge.
I wanted to inspire myself to cook more at home for a variety of reasons. I am happy with how things went during the challenge. As I continued to place my focus on cooking I noticed a lot of byproducts: more energy, less money spent on groceries, and a sense of calm and peacefulness surrounding the time I allowed myself to spend cooking. I believe when our meals aren’t cooked and planned out, even though we can think we are eating healthy we often aren’t getting in enough vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and most commonly- veggies!
I will continue to make the time to cook regularly. I will continue to post regularly about how to make cooking stress free, easy, enjoyable, and tasty!
In the meantime here were my final 2 recipes:
Day 29/30: Herb Roasted Chicken: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/herb-roasted-chicken-recipe.html
Day 30/30: The Big Salad: http://ohsheglows.com/2013/09/10/the-big-salad/
They both turned out wonderfully.
I will also continue to update you with the strategies and tips I use to eating healthily on a budget, making healthy cooking and eating a priority, tips for batch cooking, and making good dining out choices.
Thanks for following along.