Get Cooking!

The third Healthy Habits challenge is to cook at least 3 meals more per week than you are now, even if that means cooking breakfast or lunch (for freezing, maybe).

Support Center: How to Cook More

Join the conversation and get advice from experts as you try to get cooking more often.

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Cathy Erway

Healthy Habits Hero: Cathy Erway

Cathy Erway share her tips for quick, easy cooking.


Allison Fishman

Healthy Habits Hero: Allison Fishman

"If you know dinner is going to be successful, that takes away a lot of the stress." - Allison Fishman, Cooking Light contributing editor and author of You Can Trust a Skinny Cook, Montclair, N.J. 


Heather Walker

Healthy Habits Graduate: Heather Walker

"Cooking gives me good food and quality time with my family." - Heather Walker, Mom, Soddy Daisy, Tenn.


Cooking Light Reader: Michelle Meyers

Reader Profile: The Working Mom in a Cooking Rut

“I make my shopping list really fast, and I go back to the same things because it’s easy.” - Michelle Meyers: Age 50, Clinical Research Nurse, Pittsburgh


Cooking Light Staffer Stephen Bohlinger

Staff Profile: The Second-String Cook

“All I have to do is cook on the weekend … yet I still find excuses not to.” - Stephen Bohlinger: Age 47, Vice President/Publisher, Westfield, N.J.


Cooking Light Staffer Carol “C.J.” Johnson

Staff Profile: The Lapsed Solo Cook

“I need to get reacquainted with my kitchen.” - Carol “C.J.” Johnson: Age 61, Administrative Coordinator, Birmingham, Ala.


Mary Beth Shaddix

Healthy Habits Hero: Mary Beth Shaddix

"Gardening brings me full circle and inspires me to cook again."-Mary Beth Shaddix, Cooking Light Gardener and author of Pick Fresh. 

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