My Bohemian Nana would make this delicious cabbage and we all loved it! She boiled cabbage in water, I make a version using cooking liquid from corned beef for my annual St. Patrick’s Day Party.
We have an annual St. Patrick’s Day Party and this corned beef gets rave reviews! My Mom is the source for the cooking method for this delicious roasted version.
This is a favorite of our family and friends. I make three or four varieties for my annual St. Patrick’s Day Party and it’s a big hit!
Many private label products are actually just brand name products in different labeling. This is a great way to save money while getting the same product.
This dip was the hit of family parties in my childhood. I’ve been bringing it back as a retro favorite!
I did not have any dry onion soup mix to make the “classic” onion dip for the Super Bowl, so I made up a concoction from what I had in the house.
My grandmother made this cobbler using just about any fruit grown in her garden or given to her by relatives and friends! Many luscious varieties of peaches, plums and apricots are all part of my childhood memories.
My grandmother made use of peaches from her garden in many different ways. Here is a recipe I captured “in her own words”. Her recipes were rarely written down, so I spent time with her recording many for posterity. Some amounts may not be exact (for instance how many peaches are needed) so use your judgement and enjoy!
Whatever you can grow in your garden economically can save you $ when you use the produce in your family meals. Be creative based on what you can grow and work it into your menu and food gifts for family and friends.
Health plan prescription drug co-pays at pharmacies, and even some mail order drug programs for maintenance drugs, can be expensive. Generally the lowest co-pay is $10 for a monthly supply. Obviously prescriptions are even more expensive if you are uninsured.