Wednesday, May 20, 2009

A Quick Tip ... (a recycled article)

The less you use (of everything) equals less that needs to be produced … and that reduces our footprint on the earth.

With that in mind, here’s a great tip, compliments of Chef Paul Prudhomme. Instead of pouring cooking oil into the pan before adding the other food (vegetables, meat, etc.), drizzle a little oil on the food itself, mix it up, then toss it into a dry pan. You’ll still get the benefits and flavor of the oil but you’ll use a lot less. And hey … not only will you be saving the earth; you’ll get fewer calories in your food. Thanks, Chef Paul.

As always, I would love to hear your ideas for reducing, reusing and recycling. Just click on the comments link, located at the bottom of each post, and let me know what you think and how you conserve. Maybe you'll see your ideas in an upcoming post.


  1. What a great idea, that I had never thought of before. Stumbled!

    In our home, we reuse water bottles and plastic bags. Take our green bags shopping. Always Always Recycle.

    I like to reuse the cardboard sleeves from my local coffee shop ... just carry in my purse, no need for a new one every day.

    TY, Mysticle

  2. Just stopped by to say Hi and have a great day