It’s been proven that there is no better way to start your day than with a solid breakfast. It will help you pay attention better, give you more energy and help you kick the rest of your day in the butt. But there are so many breakfast options—the fried egg, the burrito, the omelet…what do […]
My biggest problems cooking for myself are as follows: I’m busy and don’t have time to cook. When I’m not busy, I’m lazy. Pizza rolls, egg sandwiches, and bagels are not an uncommon dinner. However, turns out that when I actually have time to cook, I can successfully make foods such as this soup. Mom’s […]
Moving out of the dorms often results in being asked a multitude of questions: How much is the rent? Do you like your roommates? How close is the apartment to campus? There’s one inquiry, though, that always seems to pop up more than others: Is the apartment nicer than the dorms? And, just throwing a […]
All right boys, this one is for you. While I was making the recipe for this month, I was thinking, “Some guy could totally make this for his girlfriend and earn unlimited back rubs or something.” Guys, do you want unlimited back rubs!? I would suggest making your girl some fine food. But okay, before […]
So all of our parents think we live on our own and eat nothing but Ramen Noodles and frozen pizza. Okay, most of us do, but what if when you go home you could make your parents something easy and delicious? Who knows, maybe you’ll get a little extra food cash because you have to […]
Hello Big Green readers! This month I decided to try out some Asian-fusion and make Thai Herbal Noodles. I figured everyone would be heading home to your momma’s cooking pretty soon, so there was no point in competing with that. So before Turkey Day, let’s head out east! And if you’re Asian, well, sorry. There […]
This month’s recipe is Chia Seed Pudding, a delicious and quick dessert that only needs a few ingredients and can be made in 5 minutes. Have you heard of chia seeds? They are an amazing superfood that is gaining popularity at an alarming rate. They are loaded with fiber and expand in your stomach to […]
Cookies, candy, cakes, and pies seem to be everywhere during the busy holiday season, so I decided to bring you a recipe that you don’t have to count as a holiday food splurge. The holidays are a time to spend with family and friends and relax before the start of a new year, but for […]
Check out this month’s Hot & Healthy with Sex & Health’s Kara Venturino-Eyde. The recipe didn’t turn out as planned, but Kara had fun trying. Take a look at the recipe and see if you can do better!
Welcome back to another edition of Hot & Healthy! This month’s recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup (much like the kind you would find at McAlister’s Deli) is from Food.com. It’s one of those recipes that calls for a lot of ingredients, but once you throw them all together, just heat and serve.