Why do I only get four dinners?
We know you have a life and that a fridge full of unwanted leftovers is a sad thing indeed. Providing four meals a week leaves you room for happy hour with friends, date night and that glorious byproduct of cooking, leftover night.
For the Skeptics
I don’t have time.
We’re not sending you to culinary schools or asking that you casually whip up a rack of lamb and demi glace (can’t say we’ve attempted either ourselves). We’ll stick to the basics. Besides, if you have the time to keep track of your ex’s new puppy photos or know your frenemy had her bachelorette in Vegas last month, you have the time for Everyday Eats. Give it a couple of tries and the process will get easier, and soon, maybe you’ll be telling us your favorite recipes. We’d love that!
Healthy food is gross.
If you’re accustomed to having something fried at every meal, or if you expect cereal to turn your milk colors in the morning, Everyday Eats meals are going to be a shock. Give it some time. Eliminate distractions when you’re both preparing and eating your dinner and we think you’ll discover the subtleties and complexity of real, whole foods. Odds are you’re going to find lots of new things you never knew you liked.
Eating healthy is too hard.
Improving your eating habits, like anything that’s worth doing, takes effort. A lot of marketers want you to believe eating well is too hard for you. It’s not. Everyday Eats was started to help busy people who want to eat better do just that. We’re here to do the planning so all you need to do is execute the recipes we give you. We promise to keep things quick and simple. Delicious is inevitable.
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