Maybe we should have titled this post "Not So Simple Green." Why? Over at GOOD magazine, we just read a post about Cathy Erway, a Brooklyn resident who gave up eating out entirely (except for an occasional coffee) for two years. Eating out can be convenient at times, but Erway argues that eating in is healthier, cheaper, more satisfying, and a better way to save the world.
We love cooking at home. But on occasion (Saturday morning breakfast, to be specific) we love to go out. So eating in for two years might be a little too extreme for us, but striving to cook at home more often is definitely a good idea. Erway's interview at GOOD is inspiring us to do an even better job planning our weekly meals (and to have more dinner parties).
(Image: GOOD magazine)