So you had some delicious ham for Christmas or New Year’s and now you’ve got lots of leftovers. Thankfully you don’t have to just eat cold sliced ham for the next week. Here are four recipes for leftover ham (and the ham bone too!) Brunch Casserole On Christmas night, chop up some ham and add […]
Simplify your menu during the holiday season with types of meals that require little planning and preparation.
Leftovers make quick & easy lunches, but do you really want to eat soup for three days straight? Read on to find ways to make your cooking efforts stretch without sacrificing variety.
Rich, savoury, tasty chicken stock adds instant gourmet to soups and risottos. This homemade version is made using chicken bones or carcasses from the kitchen – as a result, it costs next to nothing. Use a crockpot or saucepan to create delicious stock from scratch with minimal effort.
We have a share in a local farm. This is a lovely thing.
Come summer, we get a huge bin of vegetables every week. While I sometimes know what is coming, often I don’t know what it tastes like until the produce gets to the fridge. Then I have a mass of arugula, mizuna, and summer squash. What to do?
If you’re like me, the planning of a meal and trying to figure out what to cook is often the hardest part. A friend one suggested the most brilliant and simple weekly menu plan I’d ever heard. Daily themes keep you sane while still allowing a touch of creativity.