We already have a solid history of groundbreaking cereal coverage here at the Billfold, and today I'd like to continue that legacy with my recipe for summer cereal, or: the only food I will be preparing at my house until it's not hot anymore.
So, a few of you guys asked me how I make my favorite asparagus lasagna, and ask and you shall receive!
Summer means heat, and heat means cravings for cool, light, refreshing meals. When I get home from work on a hot July day, the last thing I want to do is heat up my A/C-less apartment by turning on the oven or standing over the stove. Behold the wonder of Lentil Quinoa Salad.
How to make dinner if you already have friends and aren't trying to impress anyone.
This is the best for cooking for one; few ingredients, easy, cheap (so cheap!), somewhat healthy, not that much washing up. I’ll give quantities to feed one, but can just increase for however many you want.
Wine, a roast, and maple syrup old fashioneds—a fancy dinner party for $13 per person.
Billfold pal and prolific world traveler Jodi Ettenberg has been working on a book about discovering and learning how to make delicious cheap food from different countries she's visited, and she wants to share her findings with you.