And just like that, another year has come to pass. 2016 has been… interesting. It was the year of of the smoothie bowl, the olympics, freakshakes, the death of David Bowie and the rise of Donald Trump. As always, we’re looking ahead! Here are our predictions for the big health food trends for 2017
You can still enjoy your Friday night comfort dinner while going meat-free with this quick and easy quinoa recipe.
According to the National Restaurant Assiciation, 68% of chefs have put ethnic breakfasts on their menus in 2016, landing them among the top five breakfast trends of the year. As usual, we are keeping with the times! Here are our favourite exotic brekkies, flavoured with an eclectic mix of ingredients like chorizo, maize meal, spice blends, and chilli.
Let’s face it, no one wants to put a tasteless, dry piece of meat on a plate and call it dinner. But regularly buying the most sought-after cuts of meat doesn’t have a favourable outcome on your pocket either. So say hello to the MyKitchen way of doing things, where flavour, and your budget, both come first!
While doing our rushed mid-week grocery shopping, most of us probably don’t give the label on our meat a second thought. Despite the extra effort, knowing whether the beef you are putting in your basket has been grass-fed or not, can make quite the difference, to the quality of your meal and the environment! Choosing a grass-fed cut of meat means that it will be both tastier and healthier, it also gives you a chance to support more humane methods of farming.
Are you looking for a tasty meal that’s easy on your wallet? Our hearty and wholesome chicken pilaf is the perfect budget-friendly weeknight meal (and the leftovers make a great lunch the next day, too!).
This cheesy recipe for grilled ricotta and cripsy bacon bits is the ultimate protein-rich, carb-free breakfast. Perfect for a pre-workout indulgence or a lazy sunday brekkie!
From advocates for going gluten-free to limiting fruit intake to lower sugar consumption, the internet has never been as saturated with health and wellness advice as it is right now. But the question is: how credible is this information?
The mocktail has long been considered a responsible (albeit, less fun) treat for begrudging designated drivers, but these virginal drinks have recently evolved into something a lot more sophisticated.