How to a $1.99 bag of perogies taste like a gourmet meal!

I love perogies, but I cannot see myself ever making homemade ones. They take up an entire day, and actually cost quite a bit of money once you do the math. No, I am more of a “buy a bag of perogies for $1.99 and figure out how to make them amazing” kind of person!Continue reading “How to a $1.99 bag of perogies taste like a gourmet meal!”

Grilled Chicken and Corn Chowder

Even thought it is technically April, Mother Nature just refuses to let it be Spring. I am watching tiny snowflakes dance around my yard as I write this and this kind of weather makes me want soup! So naturally, I go through my cupboards and fridge to see what I have to make soup. DoContinue reading “Grilled Chicken and Corn Chowder”

Trials and Tribulations of a Foodie

Being a Foodie isn’t always dinner parties and cooking shows! It not only changes your life, it changes your friends and families lives too. They are constantly having to listen to you blab on about new recipes or the new, exciting fruit that is now available at the farmers market! Little do they know theContinue reading “Trials and Tribulations of a Foodie”

Meal Planning on a Budget

I went to the grocery store this morning and was super happy with some “discount” finds! I am always trying to keep my weekly grocery budget under $40.00 ($30 is always my goal) and looking for recipe inspiration isn’t always cheap!  They say the most brilliant, creative ideas come out of poverty, so the wayContinue reading “Meal Planning on a Budget”

Spiced Rhubarb Jam Recipe

When rhubarb comes in season, I cannot resist making this delicious jam that is so good with so many things! It was perfect on toast, crackers, in oatmeal, yogurt and perfect for canning so you can enjoy on cold winter nights. It is also amazing with cheese, on a pork roast or over ice cream.Continue reading “Spiced Rhubarb Jam Recipe”