Winners of Tasty’s Quarantine challenge, Kelly and her adorable son Dylan, show us how to make a one-pot elevated hamburger helper in less than 30 minutes. Stick around for cute bloopers at the end!
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There’s nothing as comforting as a warming bowl of homemade soup during the cold nights of winter. Or, if you’re like my family, any night of the year, really. My kids are a big fan of vegetable soup, so I make a huge pot at least a couple of times a week. Not only is it a great comfort food, but it’s good for you and, depending on how you prepare it, it can be a complete and filling meal.
Learn how Crouton Crackerjacks makes simple yet delicious french toast! There is nothing fancy here because simple is better with this. About the best french toast you’ll have anywhere!
What you’ll need:
- 6 sliced Texas toast or thick cut bread
- 2 large eggs
- 1/4 cup milk or cream
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- pinch of salt
- splash of vanilla extract
- butter and vegetable oil for cooking
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Galit Goldfarb begins with her own story — becoming bulimic as a teen, and determining to learn all she could about science and nutrition in college, and yet still not achieving health. She studied medical science, opening a clinic after her return. But everyone she treated felt better only in the short-term. She was also diagnosed with cancer. She began to learn all about human health, reading from all the scientific fields until she was able to understand the answer: the guerilla diet (food choices that fight back against everything she had learned!). Goldfarb takes us through ancient human history, demonstrating evidence of the earliest humans’ health and diet (living into their 70s and eating plants, nuts, fruits, and legumes) and how humans moved shortsightedly away from that diet. Cancer free (without radiation), her final argument is simple — while an “omnivore” diet may in the short term taste better, in the long term, it is unhealthy, not only for us but for our planet.