When you're so busy that you barely have time to make dinner, don’t starve yourself. Use your multitasking skills to squeeze in dinner while you accomplish everything else. Here are some easy one-hand dinner ideas for meals you can eat on your feet.Read Full Story
Time to make a well-rounded meal is a scarce commodity when you're constantly on the go. Even assembling sandwiches for school lunches or for a quick evening meal can be a challenge when your attention is pulled in what feels like a thousand different directions. Try the following sandwich shortcuts if you’re looking to speed up meal prep without losing flavor or nutrition.Read Full Story
During the Middle Ages, thick slabs of coarse and usually stale bread called trenchers were used as plates. The sandwich has come a long way since then and is now a staple of the American diet, particularly as the main course for lunches. Combinations of breads, meats, cheeses, vegetables and sandwich condiments are limitless -- so try something new, with quick and easy five-ingredient sandwiches.Read Full Story
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