For the most part, I think New Year's Resolutions are a load of crap. Most people do what they say they're going to do for about a week and then quit. Hell, look at me: it took me a week just to make a New Year's resolution! However, The Bastard, who is a huge LifeHacker fan, sent me links to a bunch of articles. One of these really got me thinking: The Bastard and I are both employed now so we're not home much; we have a tiny kitchen and not much time to spend in it; and we have a rice cooker, crock pot, and George Foreman grill. So why the hell do we eat so much frozen pizza? (As you can probably tell, we did not stick with P90X, although I would still recommend it to the very determined.) We really need to start eating better, and lack of time and space is no longer an excuse.
So I'm going to share some of these sites that I found through the link above and, if I actually make myself sit down and do it, also write some reviews as I try these recipes out. I might even actually take some pictures for once.
Potato chips in the microwave (just on principal)
Five-ingredient crock pot meals
Crock pot chicken tacos (these just look awesome!)
George Foreman recipes
If you guys have any other quick/easy/cheap recipe suggestions, let me know - bonus if they're healthy, too. Also, feel free to try some of these with me and give your own reviews in the comments sections.