I went Parisian this week with The Little Paris Kitchen by Rachel Khoo. I’ve cooked out of this a few times before (for crêpes and quiche) but I was excited to try some classic French meals. Also, to be noted, I cooked mostly out of the “Everyday Cooking” and “Snacks” section of the book, so… Read More Week 30: Cookbook Meals: The Little Paris Kitchen
Okay, I write about cheap meals a lot on here, but this week I was super cheap. Like INSANELY cheap. As in I spent less than $15 cheap.
A while ago on a talk show I heard someone mention the idea of taking turns cooking all of your meals out of one cookbook each week. I love the idea because I have a lot of cookbooks that I only use sporadically, plus there’s something nice about not going into a computerized spiral. I… Read More Week 28: Cookbook Meals: Bountiful Bowls
A Trader Joe’s with lots of missing inventory messed up my plans this week, and made me go off-book with my meal strategy. Though I was a bit stressed when I was in the store itself, I made a couple quick decisions that still resulted in some pretty good food! Read on to see how…
I went over my budget last weekend, so this week’s goal was to go CHEAP! As in, $30-or-less-for-5-days-of-meals cheap. Okay, I was a little over $30, but close, and was actually pretty impressed with how well I was able to feed myself on such little money…
Each meal I made this week had potential to be in my new arsenal of go-to dishes. You know those dishes that are simple, fast and come out delicious every time? That you know you can turn to during a busy week or whip up for a last-minute get-together? That you have memorized and have… Read More Week 25: New Go-To’s
I have been watching the Food Network nonstop lately. I always liked the channel, but now I find myself clicking to it every time I turn the TV on. And, especially now that I’ve been home more in the mornings/midday, I’ve been catching all those fun lifestyle shows like The Pioneer Woman and Ayesha’s Home Kitchen.… Read More Week 24: Food Network Star