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There’s nothing like a good salad. Sometimes that means an abundance of crunchy veggies, and other times that means hard boiled eggs and bacon and cheese and a really bad-for-you dressing – proving that a “salad” can really be anything … Continue reading
I first came accross this recipe in the R.S.V.P. section of our beloved Bon Appetit – arguably my favorite part of the magazine. What does almost every good food lover do when they eat something delicious at a restaurant? They mull … Continue reading
I love when this happens…you start out making lunch from whatever needs to be used up in the fridge (and cupboard)…and then you suddenly find yourself getting inspired, adding a little more of this & a little of that until … Continue reading
OK so clam chowder might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you have a hankering for potatoes but it is one of the main ingredients so maybe you can grant me a little leeway here… Being … Continue reading
First – let’s tackle the pronunciation. Sound out the o’s as if you were saying book, not boot. Bootie was my maternal Grandma. She had a sharp wit and quick wink (which I’m very grateful to have inherited). I’m not … Continue reading
As I finish up this post the weather outside my building is a balmy 60 degrees and the afternoon sky cant decide if it feels like giving us a beautiful sunset or one more downpour to finish out the day. … Continue reading
What meal is both cheap AND interactive? Tacos of course. It is always so much fun to make a taco exactly how you like it (EXTRA sour cream, cheese and hot sauce pour moi…), and since the ingredients are so … Continue reading
Full disclosure, sometimes this girl on a budget’s idea of a cheap dinner is opening a bottle of wine and calling it a night. But I’m supposed to be an adult now and drinking your dinner is neither classy nor … Continue reading