Basic Pantry List


I have assembled a basic pantry list for those of you who do not know what kamut is, don’t want to know and just want a good, basic pantry. Remember, one of the important principles to any well-stocked, perpetual pantry is to rotate your stock. When the new stuff comes in, bring the stuff in […]

More Veggies

Did you know that if you eat more fruits and vegetables, you are HALF as likely to develop cancer as those who eat the least amount of these foods? There are irrefutable facts to support this statement. It’s not just pie in the sky dreaming; it’s a true promise. Eat more fruits and vegetables, and […]

TTR – Kiwi

Today’s focus is on KIWI. That fuzzy little brown fruit from Down Under is also called a Chinese Gooseberry. Packed with fiber, vitamin C and potassium, this wonderful fruit is available year ‘round. Here’s today’s TRICK: To ripen a kiwi, leave it out (away from sunlight) on the counter and allow it ripen by itself. […]

10 Food Budget Ideas

According to the USDA, the average American family of four is spending $80 a month more on groceries than they did a mere 3 years ago. For a lot of families, the upturn in grocery spending does not reflect an upturn on family income. Clearly something has got to give! We’ve all noticed how much […]