Lo Bosworth‘s refrigerator sounds like a healthy eater’s dream.
“I always have whole Greek yogurt—I use that as a sour cream substitute all the time,” she said, adding that she also cooks “primarily with ghee instead of with a lot of different kinds of oils.”
Bosworth, who manages a lifestyle blog called The Lo Down, says she always has cauliflower on-hand to use as a gluten substitute, crafting tortilla and pizza crusts from the vegetable. “It’s a great way to avoid things that are made from flour so that people who are intolerant can always come and eat at my house quite happily,” she said.
A peak inside Bosworth‘s fridge would also show chopped green onions—which she tends to add “into everything”—and pristine herbs thanks to her simple hack: “I always have a lot of fresh herbs that are sitting in water to keep their freshness.”
With culinary school experience, Bosworth has kept a methodical approach to planning her meals for the week. “They enforced a lot of practice about food prep, so I generally do a lot of prep with fruits and vegetable at the beginning of the week,” she said. “I always have a lot of stuff that’s already chopped up and ready, so any dish is really quick.”
RELATED: Star Tracks: Celeb Night Out
As far as planning the perfect dinner party, Bosworth’s most important aspect is less about the food, and more about setting the mood like a classic ’90s comedy.
WATCH THIS: Poach a Perfect Egg Every Time With a Foolproof Microwave Hack
“I have always taken a tip from the movie Clueless, when she has her date coming over and she decides she has to create a lighting concept,” said Bosworth. “I set the scene by dimming the lights and lighting candles, and that’s a really easy way to make your home feel really warm and inviting without putting up any decorations.”