Are you growing bored of the foods you have been eating and want some new ideas? Sometimes it may seen overwhelming to try and cook a new recipe or come up with creative ideas for meals, so we tend to stick to what we know. However, trying a new recipe can actually can be quite simple and make all the difference to actually enjoying what you're eating.
- Ask friends of yours for recipe ideas. We all get stuck shopping for and cooking the same food, so asking someone else for a recipe they like to cook can be a great way to try something new.
- Check out the cooking demos offered by Campus Wellness in the SRC to try simple, healthy recipes. Dates for Spring semester 2012 cooking demos: Feb. 1, Feb. 16, Feb. 28, Mar. 14, Mar. 27, and Apr. 10. All are from 4-6pm.
- There are plenty of other resources out there that have meal ideas. Look on the Internet, in cookbooks, or even on the package of some food items (such as ranch seasoning mix, oatmeal, breadcrumbs, etc.)