New Year's resolutions often involve one of two things: getting healthy and being smarter with money. Cooking at home, then, is a great way to hit two birds with one stone — especially these days. Eating at home has always been cheaper than dining out, but according to 2017 data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, that price gap is at an all-time high. While dining in has actually gotten less expensive over the last year, restaurant meals have gotten pricier, which means the best thing you can do for your wallet is cook at home.
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