I had a super sorry gathering of odds and ends veggies in the crisper that honestly were either “eat today or throw away” prospects. They were so embarrassing I didn’t even take a “whole” photo of them because i had to cut away the not so nice bits to get enough usable veg for my […]
Short on funds this week? These are some budget-friendly recipes that can help you stretch your grocery dollars through lean times. It’s also nice to just be conscious of what you’re spending, but still put healthful, homemade food on the table every night.
These recipes are definitely family favorites, so try them even if you’re not pinching a few pennies!
I had one chicken breast hanging out in the fridge that I needed to use up, but there are three of us for dinner so what to do with it was sort of haunting me. I could have thawed out some more chicken, but time got away from me this week so that wasn’t an […]
Hubby requested chili for dinner – but I had 2 lbs of ground chicken that needed to be used up – so I whipped this chilE up, which was a conglomeration of my Pueblo Green Chile and white chicken chili recipes. It’s pretty dang tasty and ground chicken is fairly economical. If you don’t have […]
I am generally a “from the jar” spaghetti sauce kind of girl, but my daughter has a cumin allergy – causes severe migraines – and most jarred sauces have cumin in them. I used to make my own sauce so I thought I’d write out the recipe for her to use in place of “migraine […]
I found this recipe on Pinterest and adapted it a bit from the one Damn Delicious posted. Hubby had his with a fried egg on top, and really enjoyed it. Runny egg yolks are not my thing without toast, so I skipped the egg and enjoyed mine with a sprinkling of fresh grated parmesan cheese. […]
I am, admittedly, a novice when it comes to Indian food. Curry scared me as I’d had it years ago and it tasted terrible and was so stupidly hot it was inedible. I sort of painted all curry with that same brush – and steered clear for years. Then I tried a coconut lime chicken […]