A fast-paced lifestyle can get in the way of wholesome meals. Often, busy weekdays lead to take-out food or microwave dinners.
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Is seaweed a prepper food?
When the power goes out, you won’t be able to rely on electric-powered refrigeration to keep your healthy fruits and vegetables fresh.
Learning how to properly preserve meat is an essential skill.
The Village of Newark would like residents to join those locally and globally in showing their appreciation for those serving the community during the COVID-19 pandemic by making some noise at 6:00 p.m.
Homemade bread is quite easy to make, even for beginners.
Sprouts are easy to grow and they’re full of nutrients
Gardening basics for beginners
Using no-dig gardening methods, you can easily grow herbs and vegetables with little fuss.
6 eclectic 2020 home design trends
The mural stretched over 10 metres of wall in Senegal’s seaside capital Dakar shows a giant pair of hands reaching out for sanitiser, and a woman in hoop earrings and a facemask colored blue, red, gold and green.
Chilean musician Gonzalo Acuna knew a hug was out of the question as coronavirus fears forced his elderly parents into self-isolation. So he turned instead to his accordion.
Jacob Kunthara’s wife and three adult children had never seen him without the mustache he sported for 45 years. During Coronavirus lockdown this week at home in Gilbert, Arizona, he shaved and covered up with a face mask, which he whipped off at dinner to shock his entire family.
A Michelin-starred restaurant in Berlin forced to close its doors by the coronavirus lockdown has turned its culinary skills to helping to feed doctors, nurses, policemen and firefighters who cannot work from home.
Barcelona resident Alberto Gestoso, whose video of himself playing piano for neighbours from his balcony has been viewed nearly a million times on Instagram, is just happy he could help people forget the coronavirus, if only for a few minutes.
Everything you need to know about amaranth
Staying safe during natural disasters
As restaurants and bars across the United States shut their doors and lay off their staff in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, America’s famed service culture is moving online
Knowing important survival skills will ensure that you can provide for your family even after most businesses shut down.
With a simple, all-purpose garden plan, you have a sustainable way of providing fresh and nutritious food for your family.
March is National Nutrition Month and perhaps one of the easiest ways to keep track of personal nutrition is by meal prepping.
How long does coronavirus last on a surface?
For Belgian teacher Yves Cardoen, not being able to give classes on a week day feels strange. For Belgian bank employee Catherine Hugot, humorous videos shared on social media are helping to keep up morale.
Sandy Zimmerman’s Las Vegas TV Television Program FINDS A WAY TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DINNER AT HOME during the virus
QUICK, EASY, REASONABLE GOURMET MEAL IN MINUTES AT HOME!
How to make DIY toilet paper
There are a lot of things to consider when listing down the items you must include in your emergency stockpile.
A Moscow bar says it has found a remedy for the growing angst caused by the global coronavirus outbreak: a colourful cocktail named after the rapidly-spreading virus.
Expert tips on how to kill viruses, other pathogens revealed
Whether you’re hunkering down in your home or bugging out in a remote location, it’s important to keep yourself fed and healthy.
Choosing the right type of food for your stockpile is an essential step to take
Prepping for beginners
Graduate art students take “library” as their prompt in this upcoming group exhibition. Hidalgo Homero’s “Dr. Strangelove”
At lunchtime in a busy Paris restaurant area, hundreds of people are soaking up the sun, eating, chatting and smoking on cafe terraces and adamant that the coronavirus will not get in the way of their lives.
Italians blocked in their homes by the coronavirus outbreak joined together to sing patriotic songs from their balconies, a defiant response to a crisis that has pushed the country’s health system to the limit and turned daily life on its head.
Belgium’s national dish, fried potato sticks that many English speakers refer to as “French fries”, has escaped the country’s near lockdown over coronavirus, with vendors allowed to stay open while all cafes and restaurants have been forced to close.
Do you worry about your plants being infested by pests?
Reasons to add nutritious red lettuce to your diet
The Rochester Red Wings begin the 24th season at Frontier Field on Thursday, April 9 against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Gates will open at 2:30 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:05 p.m.
Victorian Britain took Florence Nightingale into its heart as the “Lady with the Lamp” who tended wounded soldiers, but a new exhibition shows her as a tough pioneer whose principles on hygiene underpin nursing today as the world battles coronavirus.
From a distance, ChuChu Design, a single-storey building across the river from Myanmar’s bustling commercial capital, looks like any other on the impoverished outskirts of the city.
Dean Headley, co-author of the national Airline Quality Rating from Wichita State University, says public concerns over COVID-19 will mostly negatively affect air travel internationally, but will certainly have some impact on domestic air travel as the virus spreads.
When summer comes around, home gardeners know that it’s once again time to stock up on preserved herbs.
French fashion house Jean Paul Gaultier said on Wednesday it would name a new designer for each of its seasonal Haute Couture collections after its founding designer bade farewell to catwalks in January.
Louis Vuitton wrapped up Paris Fashion week on Tuesday with a mix-up of retro-chic, sporty and futuristic looks set to a baroque soundtrack sung by a choir in costume.
Here are three non-dairy, plant-based food swaps to get you started.
Loose, studded trousers split open at the sides and jodhpur-style looks took center stage at Chanel on Tuesday, as models walked in twos and threes down a vast mirrored floor that served as a runway at one of Paris Fashion Week’s last big shows.
Giambattista Valli paid homage to the innate style and apparently effortless chic of the emblematic Parisian woman at his fashion show in the French capital on Monday, as the Italian designer celebrated his 15 years in the business.
The challenges of rural living