New England Style Clam Chowder with Toasted Bread- Photographed on Hasselblad H3D2-39mb CameraLooks like everything’s gonna be fine!Bostonians stewing over the exclusion of a local staple from the upcoming inaugural ceremonies can breathe a sigh of relief: Legal Seafoods Chowder is back on the menu.Annie Linskey at the Globe has learned from Legal’s people that ladles of piping hot, creamy soup from the beloved chain will be poured at the events marking the transition of power, after all.There had been uproar about the fact that it would be a chowder-less inauguration, as it’s been tradition since Ronald Reagan’s presidency to herald the ceremony with Legal’s signature dish.“We’re just happy that the tradition continues,” CEO Roger Berkowitz tells the paper. He previously said he didn’t know why his restaurant was getting the unprecedented snub. “It’s not partisan chowder,” he quipped last week.Sorry, Katherine Clark, Mike Capuano, and the scores of politicians around the country now boycotting the proceedings after a troubling campaign and the recent dragging of an outspoken civil rights icon on Twitter: No soup for you. Well, except for Clark and Capuano, who can just get it at home. But it won’t be inauguration soup.So if you are headed down to the nation’s capitol to sway along to some Kryptonite and take in some of the many colorful, great, and fine acts on the weekend’s roster you can slurp some liquid New England while you’re at it.See! Nothing to worry about. 1/19/2017, 2:27 p.m. Sign up for Boston Daily. News. Commentary. Every day.* 000 Print Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! By Spencer Buell· Phew! Legal Sea Foods Chowder Is Back on Trump’s Inauguration Menu The peaceful transition of chowder.
Photos via Frugal Living Mom and Better Homes and GardensOne of the biggest misconceptions people have about eating healthy is that it’s expensive. But you don’t need fancy juice cleanses or gourmet meal delivery services to have a nutritious diet.At its very core, a balanced meal contains proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and a variety of vitamins and minerals. There are many meals you can make by selecting healthier items that are on sale and by using affordable staples such as beans and frozen vegetables.To get you started on your journey to eat healthy without breaking the bank, we found five nutritious meals that are all under $5 per serving.1. Greens and Goat Cheese GratinVia Whole Foods For around $2 per serving, this cheesy dish is perfect as an appetizer or for a meal. Leeks and any other green of your choice (kale, mustard greens, etc.) provide a vegetable base, while complemented with creamy goat cheese and low fat milk.2. Easy Chicken and Vegetable BakeVia Cook, Eat, Go Get your protein and plenty of vegetables with this simple chicken bake. This recipe makes two chicken breasts, enough to last one person two days. Carrots, potatoes, and green beans are used in this bake, but feel free to mix up the vegetables depending on what you like.3. Cajun-Seasoned Vegetarian GumboVia Better Homes and Gardens Using canned beans and tomatoes along with frozen okra and other stir-fry vegetables, this is an easy recipe to make year-round. The recipe is designed for a slow cooker, but if you don’t have one you can simmer all of the ingredients on the stove together for 25-30 minutes.4. Sweet Potato and Chickpea BurgersVia Frugal Living Mom For meatless Monday, these burgers are an easy and cheap option. The recipe is designed for those that are gluten-free, but if you aren’t sensitive to gluten go ahead and swap the buns for whole wheat buns or iceberg lettuce wraps instead.5. Fish Tostadas with Chili Lime CreamVia Better Homes and Gardens For just over $2 per serving and made in only 20 minutes, this meal includes fish for protein, avocado for healthy fats, and some vegetables and a tostada for carbohydrates. If desired, try swapping the sour cream for Greek yogurt By Asia Bradlee· 2/14/2019, 9:52 a.m. Sign up for Health & Wellness newsletters. Everything you need to stay healthy and fit.* Nutrition Five Healthy and Cheap Meals Under Five Dollars Forget about the dollar menu with these simple and cheap recipes. Read all about the latest gym openings, healthy events, and fitness trends in our twice weekly Wellness newsletter. Print 23226