Better Eating Habits in the New Year Written by: Foodom, posted on 01/17/2021 If you are like millions of Americans, the new year likely prompted you to eat healthier and exercise more. But how do you make these things a “habit” vs. a two-week trial before heading back to fast food and sitting on the couch? Contrary to the popular “21-day” myth, it actually takes more like two months to form a habit that sticks.
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Foodom vs. Takeout – Which is Right for You? By: Foodom, published on 01/06/2021 Trying to decide whether Foodom or takeout is a better fit for dinnertime? Here’s a breakdown of the differences between the two that will help you choose. Foodom’s In-Home Cooking Services First, a brief description of Foodom for those of you that are new to the concept. Foodom is a service where the client chooses meals from a variety of hundreds of options
Remote Kitchen Efficiencies to Maximize Your Earnings Written by Chef Alan Skversky, Published on 12/14/2020 I am an industry veteran. My career has spanned everything from restaurant start-ups, corporate R&D for multi-unit locations as well as catering. I joined Foodom to have an outlet to use my skills and experience in a way that is thoughtful and fills a need. Much of my work history has been leading the efforts to maximize kitchen efficiencies. I
The One Kitchen Appliance Busy Families Can’t Live Without Written by chef Mayumi Tavalero, Published on 12/10/2020 What is the one kitchen appliance that busy families can’t live without? Read on to find out! Even Chefs Go Through the Drive-Thru Several years ago when my boys were playing baseball, getting a nutritious dinner on the table at a reasonable hour was an enormous challenge. Most of the games were between 4-7 pm and with two
Fighting Back Against the Quarantine 15 By: Foodom, published on 12/02/2020 By now, you’ve probably heard at least one friend say they’ve gained the dreaded Quarantine 15–15 lbs. of excess weight brought on by the quarantine lifestyle. When the pandemic first started, many of us thought quarantining would just be a two-week downtime to “flatten the curve” so we could all quickly get back to our usual routines. We worked in our jammies, had school
Chefs for Hire Written by: Reneta Jenik, Published on 11/30/2020 Many people think that personal chefs for hire and home cooks are a luxury that only wealthy people can afford. The truth is that many people from all different walks of life can afford it. In fact, rather than asking yourself if you can afford a chef or a cook, you should be asking yourself whether you can afford NOT to have one. A personal cooking