If you haven’t guessed already I’m a big fan of leftovers, and since I’m going back to being pretty strict with eating gluten free *and* saving money, they are even more important — especially when it comes to lunch. Most of the leftovers I ate a day or two later, but the items I could… Continue reading There’s No Rush to Eat Thanksgiving Leftovers
Leftovers. Some people love them. Some people hate them. I happen to be a fan. Even if there is just a little bit in the pot, I will usually save it and either have it has a snack the next day or incorporate it into something else I’m making. The other day I was eating… Continue reading How Do You Eat Leftover Spaghetti?
Tacos are a great meal if you are entertaining both vegetarians and meat eaters, because you can please everyone with very little separate cooking. Plus, it’s fun to create a make-you-own-stations so people can tailor their taco to their tastes. I make this a lot when I’m entertaining a mixed crowd of veggies and non-veggies.… Continue reading Make Your Own Tacos for Vegetarians and Meat Eaters
When my dad comes to visit his HAS to have hard rolls from the Lake George Baking Company for breakfast. The problem? He buys too many and the birdies end up getting a really expensive treat. So, while making dinner the other night and forgetting to pick up garlic bread, I figured why not use… Continue reading Garlic Bakery Rolls