Cook It Yourself
Think you know how much salt, butter, msg and other questionable ingredients go into those mashed potatoes, vegetables, and meats at a restaurant?
Dr Oz: You’re probably off by half. If you can cook, you not only save money but also gain control over what goes into your meals. Plus, for most women, a man who knows how to cook is as sexy as one who stars in movies. I have trouble boiling water. Thankfully, I’m already married.
In the summer grilling is a guys salvation and an equal opportunity cooking style. Using a grill chimney to start your fire versus lighter fluid is a great start to a chemical free barbeque. In winter an indoor grill, panini pan, iron skillet or toaster oven can replace your grill.
Fresh fruits, vegetables and organic meats are next. Tomatoes, squash, corn, peaches, nectarines, apples, pineapple, clams, oysters, even romaine all grill just as nicely as hamburgers and steaks!
A bit of cooking spray will keep things from sticking but so can a bit of olive oil, peanut oil, butter or other favorite cooking oil and having the grill temperature right.
I am a HUGE bleu cheese fan so romaine grilled then served with crumbled bleu cheese, walnuts, cherry tomatoes, and drizzled with bleu cheese dressing is yum to me but not everyone likes bleu cheese.
So try this one on instead: