American Thanksgiving seemed to come suddenly this year, and I didn’t make plans until very recently, when a handful of my “orphaned” friends asked me if I was interested in having Thanksgiving with them, and I said, yes, of course, just tell me what to bring.
The butternut squash cost me $2.98. I ate it with a $1.62 pork chop and probably $0.20 worth of broccoli.
I dropped by Trader Joe’s the other day on my way to work and dropped a bunch of money on snacks to take back with me to the office.
I’d never cooked a turkey or made stuffing in my life, but I figured it was nothing the Internet couldn’t teach me how to do.
I have almost enough food in my kitchen to tide me over for the entire month.
Our pal Dan Nosowitz writes in Modern Farmer about an Australian study showing that people who live alone tend to have poor diets.
Cooks are disappearing from our nation’s kitchens! Can we blame the Food Network?
It’s time for another Cost of Slow-Cooking Roundup.
That sausage is fatal news from the World Health Organization yesterday? Which should have come subtitled, “Meat Is Murder — Of Yourself”? Totally great from a frugality standpoint.