Food — the luxurious indulgence that we take for granted.

Eating seasonally is good for both your pocketbook and your health, because the ingredients are plentiful, fresh, and inexpensive. Tuesdays I share with you a Wow! dish from that week’s menu, and because I don’t have a lot of time to potter about the kitchen, it’s generally quick to make.

If you read my book, Live Happily on Less, you’ll know that I believe in the power of being able to cook. You don’t have to be a genius at it, but it doesn’t take much to beat what’s out there in the little white fast food bags.

Hot Chocolate

Lentil Soup


Soft Bread Sticks

Shockingly Simple Spaghetti Sauce

Easy Chai Tea

5-Ingredient Pumpkin Soup

Easy Roasted Vegetables

Good Food

Pumpkin Pancakes and Pumpkin Ice Cream

Risotto Resztki

Good Food

Sweet Italian CARROTS!

Kale That’s Worth Eating

Chicken Noodle Casserole

Simple Breaded Chicken

Scalloped Potatoes

Sexy, Brooding, Dark Chocolate Muffins

Creamy Dreamy Corn Chowder

Fast, Easy Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Mexi-Thai Fusion Delusion

Homemade Corn Tortillas

Yukon Gold “French Fries”

Mock Pesto Garden Green Sauce over Ravioli

Eat Seasonally and Cheap with Zucchini Pasta Toss

Too Much Zucchini Muffins

Fast, Cheap, Simple, Fresh, HOT Salsa

Healthy Kamut Yeast Rolls

Flu in Your House? Make Fast, Cheap Chicken Soup

Cooking for yourself and your family is a major component to living well on the resources you have. It’s a lifestyle thing. Book available at in paperback, digital format, and amazon prime borrowing.


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