Grits are an easy starchy side for most meals. When I am out of potatoes and rice just won’t do, grits is my go-to. Plus, the leftovers! One batch just keeps on giving. They easily stretch out my grocery bill. Read More →

Summer is kale season! If you want a vegetable that’s a powerful source of daily vitamins and minerals, then kale is your veg. It’s easy to grow from seed and just keeps producing all season long. Plus, it can be blanched and frozen for winter soups and stews. Braised kale with onions and flavored with garlic is our favorite way to eat kale. For this dish, you will need to round up the following ingredients: A big bunch of Kale, rinsed, stems removed, and rough chopped 1 yellow onion, julienned or diced 3 gloves of garlic, minced Olive oil 2 cups of Chicken Broth SaltRead More →

Do you want to learn more about make the most out of your food budget? Or, are you new to Instant Pot cooking and want to learn more about what it can do? I make use of the Instant Pot to make simple chicken broth that you can keep on hand for all your cooking needs.Read More →