Technology has given us the perfect excuse to not cook for ourselves. After running around all day, trying to accomplish everything on your to-do list, it's just so tempting to pull out your phone, open a food delivery app and have your dinner arrive just as you're walking into your apartment.
Why are we so afraid of cooking? Well, it isn't so much that we're afraid of it, as we're just too busy to even think about it.
How are we supposed to simultaneously write that work email, watch the latest “Game of Thrones” episode and concentrate on putting together a gourmet meal? Plus, it's hard to be ambitious about anything — let alone cooking — when we're just so tired at the end of the day.
But here's the thing: Cooking doesn't have to take a lot of time and energy. If you have simple recipes that use healthful, fresh ingredients, you can easily prepare a good-for-you, delicious meal in no time at all.
Enter Ayesha Curry. The celebrity chef and wife of basketball great Stephen Curry has teamed with Elite Daily and Kaiser Permanente to teach us how to make recipes that are both mouthwatering and super simple. First up is Almost Thai Chicken Soup, with enough garlic zest to even make Steph say yum.