This red potato salad recipe lightens up a classic potato salad with Greek yogurt. And steaming potatoes in the microwave means it’s done in 20 minutes!
Sometimes you really need to mix things up with some creative, exciting leftover turkey recipes after the holidays. This turkey gumbo is a great way to use up leftover turkey during the holiday season, but you can also sub shredded chicken and chicken stock to […]
If you’re wondering how to cook a turkey, you’ve come to the right place. While our cooking turkey in a bag method, passed down by my father, is tried and true, sometimes you want to step out of the box a little and try something […]
I am a huge fan of Thanksgiving food. I love the roast turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, and well, everything. BUT, Thanksgiving is not always a good day for people who are trying to eat healthy, there is just SO MUCH FOOD! Whether you’re trying […]
August is HOT! I’ve always loved the heat and anxiously awaited the two months of summer that we get in Washington, but everything is different when I’m pregnant. I now get dizzy if the temperature is over 85 degrees, and have taken to wearing ice […]
When trying to stretch your food budget, it’s a good idea to look at cultures that have been doing so with excellence for thousands of years. The Chinese know the art of nose to tail eating, or using every part of an animal. While some […]
It’s raining again. That’s typical for spring in the Pacific Northwest. We really have two seasons, rainy and summer. I’m so anxious for my vegetables to grow and it’s tough to be patient. I’m surviving off of frozen and canned vegetables, (with the occasional tiny […]
This is one of the cheapest soups you can make! Using the leftover turkey carcass from your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner to make turkey stock, and filling the soup with torn up turkey scraps makes this very affordable. Add in some really low cost ingredients […]