Three resolutions for a healthy, wealthy 2022

Dec 30, 2021

Louise Taylor

New Year is the ideal time for change. That change doesn't have to be huge to make an impact. In fact, small adjustments can be easier to stick with. They can also deliver impressive results. As such, here are three recommendations from the Northfork team to support you to be healthier, save money and have fun in the kitchen in 2022. All are easy to achieve and painless to adopt. So, what's stopping you?

Cook one new recipe per week

Whether you're a novice cook or honing your advanced cheffing skills, why not commit to cooking one new recipe per week? Doing so could help you make healthier meal choices. Or perhaps you could try recipes from different parts of the world. You could even try a spot of mindful eating, opting for planet-friendly, plant-based options.

"Trying new recipes keeps mealtimes interesting," comments Northfork Co-founder Erik Wallin. "Too many of us cycle through the same list of favourite dinners. Trying something new every single week can be wonderfully refreshing."

Save money, save the world

Commit to using leftovers and not buying excess quantities of ingredients in 2022 and your wallet could soon reap the rewards. Why not use leftovers in new and inventive ways to keep things fun in the kitchen?

You can also do your bit for the environment by reducing waste. Shopping using digital recipes when you buy groceries online can help with this. Northfork's shop by recipe technology, for example, factors in splitting ingredients across multiple meals to reduce waste.

Have fun in the kitchen

Recipe shopping can contribute to you having fun in the kitchen in other ways too. By making the weekly shop easier, it reduces the stress associated with buying groceries. And it can help you discover plenty of new meals. What better way to enjoy every dinner in 2022?