leftover cabbage recipe

What Do You Do With Leftover Cabbage from St. Patrick’s Day Dinner? Here’s a Recipe from 1891

A timely post from 2010. A delicious old recipe for leftover cabbage! Easy, too!  Continue reading “What Do You Do With Leftover Cabbage from St. Patrick’s Day Dinner? Here’s a Recipe from 1891”

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Leftovers Go From Yuck to Delicious: Simple Crustless Quiche Recipe from The Tightwad’s Notebook

In the true spirit of frugal living, I like to get the best value out of everything…including teeny bits of leftovers! Why throw anything out when you can make a homemade soup or crustless quiche?  Continue reading “Leftovers Go From Yuck to Delicious: Simple Crustless Quiche Recipe from The Tightwad’s Notebook”

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A Soup for Every Season (Even for Non-Cooks) — Super Cheap, Incredibly Delicious, Unbelievably Easy Recipe. Really!

If you are frugal, you love cleaning out your fridge by making soup out of those odds and ends. But even if you can’t cook a thing, you can’t go wrong with this kind of soup. Really! Take a look at what I whipped up tonight. Great recipe for any season!  Continue reading “A Soup for Every Season (Even for Non-Cooks) — Super Cheap, Incredibly Delicious, Unbelievably Easy Recipe. Really!”

Freeze or Not to Freeze? That is the Question…

There’s a good web site to help you figure out how long to keep foods frozen or refrigerated. Good for stockpilers! Go to stilltasty.com. Photo: Dreamstime free photo by Monika Adamczyk

We found a fantastic web site, called Still Tasty, the ultimate shelf life guide to help you save money and eat better. It helps you know how long you can safely refrigerate or freeze things (great info for stockpiling). (I, for one, realize that the cooked turkey bits I have in the refrigerator are past their 3-4 days of freshness!).

Go to:

http://stilltasty.com/

Bookmark this great resource.