This meal delivery subscription makes cooking feel like less of a chore

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While I’ve always been a foodie, becoming a better at-home chef has been on the top of my to-do list for many years. Once the U.S. started shutting down in March, I decided it was the perfect time to get to work in the kitchen since I’d be spending more time at home.

While I love scrolling through Pinterest for fun recipes and following food bloggers on social media for inspiration, one way I was able to perfect my cooking skills in quarantine was with HelloFresh.

HelloFresh Meal Subscription Box

HelloFresh Meal Subscription Box

HelloFresh Meal Subscription Box $59.94 at HelloFresh

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11 best vegetarian recipe boxes that make meat-free cooking easy

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Whether you’re a vegetarian looking to spruce up your mid-week meal repertoire or are simply trying to incorporate more vegetarian meals into your diet, a recipe box is a great way of doing so without giving it too much thought.

Even before Covid-19 hit, trawling the supermarket was never one of our favourite activities. Thankfully today’s recipe boxes take away that hassle with conveniently portioned ingredients delivered to our doorstep, ready for us to turn them into culinary masterpieces by following a few simple instructions.

On average, it takes Brits 19 minutes to plan their grocery shop, another 25 minutes to complete the shop and then 39 minutes cooking the evening meal (and that’s not even including working from home lunches). That’s a decent chunk of time you could claim back for yourself – whether you choose to spend it reading a good book or catching up on

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I’m Cooking and Doing Dishes Nonstop, and This Bamboo Pot Scraper Keeps Me Going

This is Highly Recommend, a column dedicated to our very opinionated editors’ favorite things to eat, drink, and buy.

I’ve been keeping this humble yet mighty bamboo pot scraper perched at my sink for years now. A dear friend of mine gave it to me as a gift, which to be perfectly honest, I thought was a little curious. Then I started using it. It quickly reached permanent staple status, and I didn’t think I could love it more—that is, until I started sheltering at home. 

I’ve been cooking a lot and doing the dishes nonstop—or at least that’s what it feels like! These pot scrapers make all that cleaning a little easier by removing stubborn bits of cooked-in food without scratching the surface of your pots and pans. Each corner of the scraper is a different shape, so one edge is more like a right angle and another

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30 Celebrities Making Serious Dough in the Food Industry

Trisha Yearwood is known for her signature sound, and Ryan Gosling got his start on the silver screen. However, both of these celebs used their fame to cook up successful careers in the kitchen, as well.

From opening their own restaurants to hosting top cooking shows, some actors and musicians are as hot inside the kitchen as they are out. While it might not be clear how much revenue they’ve earned from their adventures in eating, it’s clear that they’re taking a bite out of the food industry and growing their business empires.

Last updated: July 23, 2020

Chrissy Teigen

Model-turned-social media personality Chrissy Teigen parlayed her Twitter fame into a foodie empire. She released her first cookbook, “Cravings,” in 2016 and its follow-up, “Cravings: Hungry for More,” in 2018. Teigen has expanded the Cravings umbrella to include cookware lines at Target and Macy’s, a YouTube channel and a

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