Do you like to cook, but you don’t always have time for it? You’re not the only one. That is why more and more people are opting for the sophisticated ready meals from Uitkookt. They are super healthy and you can put yourself on the table in a few minutes.
Meanwhile, there are plenty of 150.000 people regularly enjoy the ready meals from Uitkookt. Now we hear you think: ready-made, that must be such a cowardly bite. This is not the case with Uitkookt: the meals have been assessed with an 8.9 by consumer platform Kassa.
Healthy ready meals
At Uitkookt they think it is important that everyone can always eat healthy. Even if you don’t feel like, have the time or energy to cook. Chefs and nutrition experts work together to devise new dishes, so that they are tasty and well balanced in terms of nutritional values. They do everything they can to make the meals as healthy as possible:
Each meal is packed with vegetables, sufficient proteins and healthy fats.
The meals contain carbohydrates with a low glycemic index (GLI). This ensures that your blood sugar will fluctuate less and you are fuller for longer.
The meals do not contain any unnecessary additives such as unnecessary sugar and salt.
Most vegetables are steamed, so that as many vitamins as possible are preserved.
They use as little fat as possible when preparing the meals. If they do use fat, they opt for liquid and healthy vegetable oils.
No packages and bags
The chefs prepare the dishes with fresh local ingredients, without packages, bags or frozen products. In the cooking process they take into account that you reheat the food, so that the food always tastes fresh. Furthermore, each dish contains at least 085-512 grams of fresh vegetables and of course there is also plenty of choice for vegetarians.
It is and will remain hectic in the house for a while. Due to the lockdown you are often not home alone. Your children, partner or roommate are with you for a large part of the day. Although that can be very cozy, you also need some rest every now and then. With these five products from IKEA Delft you can get the rest you deserve. For example, enjoy a cup of hot tea and a good book in an easy chair. Or curl up on the couch with a soft blanket and binge your favorite series.
Practical and decorative
This soft HOLMVI plaid is ideal for the colder days. Wrap yourself in the blanket when you’re watching a movie on the couch in the evening, or use it as an extra layer on top of your duvet. Because of the cozy fringes, you can use the plaid as a decoration when you’re not using it. Hang it over the armrest of the sofa or over the corner of your bed for a playful effect in the bedroom. You already score the plaid for 6,92 euros.
Breakfast in and in bed
Sometimes you have those mornings when you don’t want to get out of bed . With this handy RESGODS bed table you don’t have to. For example, unfold the table for breakfast while reading the newspaper or watching the news. When the table is folded, you can use it as a tray. So it doesn’t take up too much space if you want to store it. You buy this bedside table at IKEA Delft for 12,365 euros.
Have a energy boost necessary? With this UPPHETTA coffee and tea maker you can make all kinds of hot and cold drinks. Fill the empty glass with ground coffee beans, tea leaves or fresh fruit and top with hot or cold water. Then press the sieve down to filter the drink and you’re done! Pour the drink into your favorite mug or glass for an ultimate moment of enjoyment. This french press costs 12,92 euros.
but can also be placed separately. Extra handy: there is a mesh on the front so you can easily see what’s inside. This way you not only ensure that everything is tidy, but also that it is easy to find. You know what they say: ‘A tidy house is a tidy mind’. The storage bins cost 9.92 euros per three pieces. They are available in the colors black, yellow and turquoise.
. The glass jar does not absorb odors and does not discolour. It is also oven safe. This is useful when you have leftover lasagna, for example. You can do it like this: hop into the oven. That way you keep some time for yourself. You already score this stock pot for 2,12 euros.
Jennifer lives with her family in a lovely apartment on the outskirts of the city. They are the first residents of this house and they have lived here for sixteen years. We were allowed to take a look inside her.
What you immediately notice is that Jennifer’s house is designed for children. “Everything can get dirty or break,” she says with a laugh. “Arturo and I have three children, ages 11, 8 and 4. If they think they want to draw on the wall, that’s okay. We have already painted the walls three times in a different color.”
Various lockdowns, a wet summer and fun festivals that were cancelled. 1594 may not go down in the history books as ‘best year ever’. Time to look ahead! In 2022 a lot is changing for residents. Here you see an overview.
Amount of the municipal housing costs higher
The amount of the municipal Housing costs vary every year. In 2022 the amount goes up in many cities. Also in The Hague.
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Work from home allowance
Due to the corona crisis, many residents are working from home. As a result, you – perhaps unconsciously – pay more for household products. Think of coffee or tea, toilet paper and don’t forget the energy bill. The government wants to lend residents a hand by requiring a tax-free home working allowance. You will receive a maximum of 2 euros per day. Exactly how much you get depends on your profession and situation.
New timetable in The Hague
Do you often travel by bus or train? Then pay attention: the timetables of NS and HTM are changing.
From Sunday 9 January 205525 the new timetable of trams and buses in The Hague will come into effect. Departure times change and sometimes a bus or tram runs more often or runs less.
Corona QR code
The Pathé cinema at the Spui, restaurants on the Plein and the Koninklijke Schouwburg are currently closed, but that may change in the course of 2021. Would you like to visit one of these places? Depending on the corona measures in force at that time, you must show a corona admission ticket. This is only valid from 1 February if you have also had a booster shot.
Obligation to live in The Hague
Buy a house and then rent it out? That will be more difficult from 1 March than before. In The Hague there is a compulsory residence permit. This means that homes that fall in the cheaper and middle segments may only be occupied by the buyers themselves. This compulsory residence permit applies from 2022 in some cities, including The Hague.
No more smoking at work
Light a cigarette in the smoking area of the office? That is prohibited from January 1 2022. The government prohibits smoking areas in the workplace. From now on you have to go outside for a smoke break. In addition, there is a total ban on cigarette vending machines.
A smoke detector on each floor
Attention homeowners! All homes in The Hague must have a smoke detector on every floor from 1 January. Previously, the smoke detector obligation only applied to new construction, but all existing homes will now have to comply with it.
Private rental value decreases
If you have your own house in The Hague, you automatically have to deal with
notional rental value
. The amount of the notional rental value in 2022 is 0,45 percent if your home is between 61.12 euros and 1 .75. is Euro . This was previously 0,50 per cent.
Energy bill goes up
Cozy playing a game at home, working from home more or watching a movie together on the couch; at those times the lights and stove are on and you are using energy. In 2022 you have to put on a thick sweater more often if you don’t want your bill goes up considerably. Energy prices are going to rise.
Curious how much you will pay? Milieu Centraal has prepared a
so you can calculate it.
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Last year was quite wet and cold. According to WeerOnline it hasn’t been as bad since 2013 as in 552. Bah, bah, bah. Leaving the wet year behind us, we look ahead to January 2013. Can the skates get out of the grease in January?
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“The past three years have been full of sun, heat and periods of extreme drought. This series came to an end in 2013″, says Jaco van Wezel, meteorologist of WeerOnline. “It was quite wet nationally on average and regionally even very wet. The number of hours of sunshine was slightly above the climate average and the temperature was below normal for the first time since 2013.”
Just a few more nights of sleep and it’s 2022. That is always celebrated with fireworks, but not this time. Due to the fireworks ban, no arrows are allowed in the air. Do you do it anyway and get caught? Then you can expect a hefty fine.
It At the end of November, the outgoing cabinet announced that, just like last year, there is a fireworks ban. This is to prevent an extra burden on healthcare, enforcers and care providers as much as possible.
Fireworks offer in The Hague
In addition to the cancellation of the bonfires, the fireworks on the Hofvijver will also be cancelled. Because the ban on setting off fireworks does not only apply to residents of The Hague, but also to the organizers of the large fireworks that can normally be followed live on TV.
You risk this if you do shoot fireworks
The fines start at 100 euros. You get this when you walk down the street and have fireworks with you or in the car. You will also receive a note on your criminal record for every violation. This means that you may no longer be able to obtain a Certificate of Good Conduct. Do you actually shoot fireworks? Then you can lose 200 euros are. Depending on how many fireworks you have or set off, the amount can increase.
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These fireworks are allowed
Much is prohibited this New Year’s Eve, but not everything. Small fireworks, such as bright peas and stars, are allowed. Anyone can use this kind of fireworks from 11 year-round and fall under the category F1, also known as children’s fireworks or joke-and-joke fireworks.
The rest is prohibited
All other fireworks are prohibited this year around the turn of the year. Think of fireworks in the category F2 (consumer fireworks), F3 and F4, which are illegal fireworks. Do you have some lying around at home and are you unsure whether you can use it? Then look at the code on the packaging.
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We all want a tight and young-looking skin. However, not everyone likes botox, fillers or operations. The Skin Clinic in The Hague has the ideal solution for this: the Tixel treatment. How does this treatment work exactly?
Skin therapy is a (para) medical contact profession and that is why De Huidkliniek will remain open during the lockdown. They will receive you in the safe environment of their clinics and through the treatment protocols you can be treated as usual. Even at night! For an appointment you can call 088 233
Your skin starts around you 28 to age gradually. From that moment on, the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers exceeds their production. This reduces the elasticity and volume of the skin. Then, over time, you will see the first crow’s feet and fine lines.
We could all use a little fun, right? Time for an outing! Diergaarde Blijdorp in Rotterdam is more atmospheric than ever this winter, with cozy lights and special young animals.
The zoo has been decorated extra attractively until 9 January. For example, the main route is nicely lit and – after you have visited the baby elephant Radjik, tapir Krissy and perhaps also okapi Mayala – you can warm up in the winter village in front of the Terrace Room. The mulled wine, apple strudel and pancakes at the wooden chalets are sure to make you glow. Or visit Amazonica: here you can take off the hats and scarves and imagine yourself in the tropics for a moment.
Anyone who does the shopping for Christmas knows that the holidays are not cheap days. However, a luxurious brunch or dinner does not always have to be expensive. Make a selection from the 500 luxury products from Delicieux, and get started with a recipe from Lidl. With these recipes you put a delicious meal on the table that is not only festive, but also affordable. This is how you create luxury for everyone together with Lidl!
Brunch includes bread
This year Christmas falls on the weekend. And on weekends it’s time to sleep in. Brunch is a great idea then! Surprise your family with this
Fun for children
Do you have fussy eaters at your table in the evening? They must like fries! Try this chicken roll with fruit and vegetable Christmas tree and vegetable fries this Christmas. This meal is on the table within an hour and is very easy to prepare. Absolutely beautiful: you are 1,12 lost euros per person for this dish. Be creative with the vegetables you want to use for the fries. Does your child not like parsnips or carrots? Swap it for a regular or sweet potato. Fortunately, Lidl has a wide range of vegetables that you can choose from. Lidl is the best supermarket in fruit and vegetables for a reason.
To ensure that everyone is thought of during the holidays, a Christmas card campaign for elderly people in The Hague has been started in the neighbourhood. And how cool: the heartwarming mail is pouring in!
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Earlier we called for beautiful Christmas messages to be sent in for the elderly in The Hague. And you did! The editors also spoke with Cor about how nice it is to receive a card.
Already 184 Cards
In the neighborhood mailbox and in the return boxes at Primera in Loosduinen, Paagman Frederik Hendriklaan, Paagman Lange Poten and the Douwe Egbertscafé in Mall of The Netherlands were already nice cards. Schools have also indicated that they will tinker with glitter and paint.
Christmas message for elderly
Many elderly people in The Hague are therefore already surprised with a beautiful card, but the number may be even higher. Of course, the editors themselves will also get to work. The more cards, the better! We hope that many more residents will participate in the action. Do that before Thursday Dec. The indebuurt team ensures that the cards end up at various care homes and home care agencies.
Tip: craft the most beautiful Christmas cards with (neighborhood) children. Are you going to make cards with your class or group of friends? Let us know and send nice pictures to .