What’s In? and What’s Out? for 2012

2012-In-and-Out

IN: THE TASTOSTERONE MAN
OUT: THE DOMESTIC GODDESS

Men claim the kitchen and help out their damsels in distress.

IN: DINING AT THE TABLE
OUT: EATING ON BAR STOOLS AND SOFAS

Recent polls conducted by Quicken show that more than 50% of Americans vow to appreciate loved ones and spend more time with family and friends in 2012. Kick off the New Year knowing you’ll soon spend time with loved ones.

IN: TASTOSTERONE BYOB RECIPES
OUT: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN PLUMPED UP WITH SALTS AND PRESERVATIVES

TASTOSTERONE’s BYOB recipes include cooking with sauces and dressings. You will become a confident chef thanks to the simple twist of a bottle cap, the quick solution for preparing a stress-free meal. Make sure to choose low-sodium sauces or salsas to add healthy flavor to your meats, veggies and fish. According to Men’s Health, 1 in 4 young men have elevated blood pressure. Pre-packaged foods and meats infused with sodium may be partly to blame.

IN: PRE-CHOPPED AND CUT VEGGIES
OUT: PRE-WASHED AND CUT LETTUCE

You’ll find so many new choices for pre-cut and chopped veggies at your local grocery store. TASTOSTERONE’s favorites are onions, celery, carrots, beets and radishes. These packages are real time savers when preparing meals. Steer clear of the prewashed, cut lettuce however because it tends to wilt very quickly. Opt for a fresh head of lettuce and chop those frustrations away in 2012.

IN: VINTAGE BEER
OUT: WINE

According to Andrew Freeman of Andrew Freeman & Co., vintage beers are coming of age and drinkers are itching for a taste of the past, reaching for beer like the 1999 J.W. Lees Harvest Ale at The Modern in New York, for example.

 

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