Life moves pretty fast, as Ferris Bueller says. Here's a selection of our favorite stories from the site this weekend.
- We rounded up some happy breakfast inspiration from across the web.
- We also cuddled up with a few great books.
- Close the cookbooks and get off Google—we found a bunch of great recipes right in your kitchen.
- More lunch break reading? We found some of that for you too.
- We shared the best ways to refresh your living space without going broke.
- Catherine Lamb told us how to get smarter about salads in 2016.
- Alice showed us how to make any leftover beer from New Year's Eve into even better toffee sauce.
- Similarly, we shared a few ways to repurpose any random bread scraps you may have hanging around.
- We learned how to eat like a kid while still carrying on the facade of adulthood.
- Sarah Jampel questioned whether quinoa is still relevant in 2016.
- We gave our bellies a break and decided to make some crispy coated chicken for dinner instead.
- One of our contributors, Riddley Gemperlein-Schirm, told us about conquering her pot-sticker fears.
- Sophie helped clear up all our alterna-milk questions.
- Chef Ivan Orkin told us about his favorite tools of the trade.
- Amanda S. shared some tips for making a tiny apartment feel a bit bigger.
- And then she promised to keep this New Year's resolution thing going by tackling her clutter Marie Kondo style.
- It turned out that roasting a chicken (in 35 minutes!!) on a weekday is possible, and we couldn't be happier.
- Craft beer got decoded.
- Kenzi got sentimental about creamy pasta.
- And then we tidied up and shared the best ways to save space in every room.
- Just in case you weren't planning on leaving bed this weekend, we shared the best crumb-free meals.
- Caroline recruited Ali, Amanda S., and Leslie to help crunch the numbers on some California citrus.
- We gave you some ideas for satisfying your winter burger cravings.
- Oh, and we tallied up the results and announced the finalists and Community Picks for The Best Thing You Ate All Year.
Written by: Sarah E Daniels
It's mostly a matter of yeast.