Jul 152014

You’re going to LOVE this site we found! It’s a very cool site for those who are looking to make/bake something but have limited ingredients on hand.


Picture this scenario in your mind.  It’s suppertime.  You ask yourself, “What am I going to make – I want something different than the same ole, same ole.  OR – I have limited ingredients so what can I make with what I have on hand?”

Here’s a solution for you!  Go to Supercook.com.  You enter what ingredients you have on hand on the left.  You are not limited to their suggestions – look below that box and where you see ‘Add Ingredients,’ and enter the ingredients you do have.

From there, you’ll see on the right hand side of the page, dishes that you can make.  If for some reason you are missing an ingredient that a dish requires, you will be told that too.

Some of the recipes where you are missing ‘that’ certain ingredient – you can still make.  For instance, if bell peppers are part of the recipe and you don’t have them and you don’t care if you include them in the recipe – it’s not a big deal.

We’d love to hear what you thought of this site – please come back and share your thoughts!

Apr 012014
beef roast savings

How to Save on Beef Roasts

Can’t Afford Beef Roasts? Use this Cut for a lot of Savings

Our family is beefeaters.  Steak, hamburger, beef roasts, steak tips – beef – we just love beef.  Unfortunately though, with the cost of beef rising so fast, the only thing that I could make stretch for a meal was burger.  We stopped having steak once a week and roasts became a rarity.  Then I learned of an awesome tip and want to share that with you!
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Dec 262013

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Like Matcha Green Tea? Have you tried Kissme Organics – Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder?

Kissme Organics - Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder


Black tea in itself contains a lot of properties that are healthy for us. Green tea, though, has even more health benefits. However, all green teas aren’t created equal. For instance, in having the opportunity to review Kissme Organics – Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder, I learned that this particular green tea has all these benefits:

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Nov 192013


If you use RecipeNut.com you are going to want to get the recipes you have stored on their site and store them elsewhere.  Even if that means you need to copy and paste the recipes into an email to send to yourself – do that so that you’ll be able to access those recipes.

This is an excerpt from the email I received:

As of January 22, 2014,RecipeNut.com will no longer be available.  All of your recipes will be removed from our servers and you will lose all access to your recipe box at that time.  To ensure your recipes are not lost forever, please take the time to save them elsewhere.

I can’t say that I’m not bummed, because I am.  It was so easy to store recipes from across the web on this site.  Oh well, life goes on.



Sep 152012

This beverage sounds so yummy; and considering the season is coming up for beverages like this – I thought I would share my find.

Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe – Allrecipes.com

Jun 102012

Cheese Crabmeat English Muffins Appetizer

These cheese crabmeat English muffin appetizers are scrumptious!  There’s not an over-bearing taste of crab meat, in fact, you’ll barely taste it.  I make them for lunches and as an hors d’oeuvre at the holidays.  When I make them as an hors d’oeuvre, I quarter the English muffins.  They’re extremely easy to make and can be frozen.

crab thingy ingred

1 jar Kraft Old English cheese
1 c. fresh crabmeat or 1 can crabmeat
2 tbsp. mayonnaise
1/4 c. butter, melted
6 whole English muffins
Garlic Powder (optional)
Mix cheese, mayonnaise and butter. Add crabmeat. Split muffins. Spread mixture on muffins. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
*These can be frozen. Thaw slightly before baking.
There are other versions of this recipe that call for garlic salt and/or salt.  I use neither because I don’t like a lot of salt in my foods. I feel the cheese, butter and crabmeat have plenty of that staple in them.  I do use a tad bit of garlic powder though.  I also toss them under the broiler for a bit – a minute or so – to get them golden brown as you see in the .
Easy to make and the end result is just so yummy!
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