Ways to Save: Shopping in Season
There’s an old saying that holds a lot of truth: “There’s nothing so rare as true love and homegrown tomatoes.” There are fruits and vegetables available for each month and season of the year. For peak flavor and good value, buy fresh fruits and veggies in season
Here’s a guide to help you find the best produce deals for every season
Winter: (December through February) Asparagus, beets, grapefruit, leeks, lemons, mushrooms, onion, oranges, pears, potatoes, spinach, sweet potatoes, tomatoes (hot house), turnips, and winter squash
Spring: (March through May) Apricots, baby arugula, blackberries, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, fennel, greens, green beans, honeydew melon, leeks, lettuce, mangos, mushrooms, onions, peaches, radishes, strawberries, sweet corn and tomatoes
4 Dishes to Contribute to Thanksgiving Dinner
Boil the pasta (duh) until cooked and then drain it and set it aside.
Cook any wow factor ingredients. I like to cook diced bacon – save the grease – and cook chopped jalapenos in bacon grease. O M G.
Bring your milk to a nice boil, and gradually add cheese. Keep stirring, so It doesn’t harden. To thicken cheese sauce, you can add flour.
In a Thanksgiving-worthy dish, combine your pasta and cheese sauce. Add in any wow factor ingredients.
I like to top it with some shredded cheese and pop it in the oven to give it a melty crust.
4 ways to save on your Thanksgiving feast
The countdown to Thanksgiving has begun. We all look forward to preparing a great meal for friends and family, but the costs – in both time and money – can be hard to digest. If you are hosting this year’s feast, here are few ways to keep the financial and emotional stress to a minimum. …
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