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Saltines have never had it so good...

Saltines have never had it so good...
...and neither have I. Quick, easy, and undeniably drool-inducing--what could be better? Yep. This is good stuff. Perhaps you've tried or at least seen the variety using matzo. I'm here to tell you that if it's at all possible, this version is even better. *This post has been updated with the answers to many common questions (such as why the order in the picture is different from the order in the recipe...)! Terribly Terrific Toffee (printable recipe!) Preheat oven to 350ºF. GADZOOKS, Christmas is in one week!

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Baked Cheater Churros Baked Cheater Churros Oops, I meant to update two days ago but I had so much going on! My sister and her boyfriend came up to visit over the weekend, my DB had his law school ball, and I’m traveling all over the states. garlic noodles $1.68 recipe / $0.42 serving (updated 7-28-15) Today I made my first visit to our local Vietnamese grocery store where I picked up a couple basic sauces to add to my well stocked kitchen. One of the sauces I bought was an oyster sauce ($1.99 for 18 oz.) which is an excellent condiment for anything from noodles or rice to fish and meat. Oyster sauce gives these garlic noodles a little Asian flair and a lot of depth of flavor. The noodles also have a great balance of salty (from soy sauce) and sweet (from brown sugar) making them a great compliment to any main dish.

Macaroni and Beef with Cheese — <br/>Childhood Love Mid-week Macaroni and Beef with Cheese, photo by Donna I needed a dinner that was easy and delicious, would please everyone, one that also reheated well in case my daughter’s track meet ran late, and I had to be able to make it long before serving so it would be just a matter of reheating come dinnertime. There are of course a thousand options that fit these criteria, but last week, I was in a nostalgic mood and thought back to school lunches, one of my favorites, macaroni and beef. Pots and Pins: Salted Caramel Rice Krispies Treats... Once a year, whether I like it or not, I watch a few dozen laps of the Daytona 500. The mister makes sure of it. If you've never seen a 500 mile race, this is how it goes: Driver gets in car, pushes gas pedal, turns left over and over and over, and either wrecks or crosses finish line. This year the Daytona, cancelled due to rain, was moved from Sunday to Monday, all fine and good except that by 8:00 P.M.

Foodie Fridays: Fresh « Canadian Gift Guide Foodie Fridays: Fresh Posted by CGG on October 14, 2011 · 32 Comments If you’ve been lucky enough to visit one of the mini-chain of restaurants in Toronto known as Fresh, then you’ll be super excited for this post. And if you haven’t and you’re here for the good word on vegetarian / vegan cooking as part of vegetarian awareness month, then read on! Eggs in Avocado Slices for a Festive Holiday Breakfast digg Eggs in Avocado Slices for a Festive Breakfast to Remember Holidays are a time for indulgence. A time to relax with a leisurely breakfast shared with friends and family.

No-Bake "Food Storage" Granola Bars ($0.08 each) $0.11 each 50% savings save $61.70 yearly "If ye are prepared, ye shall not fear." Now THAT is some sound advice. We live in uncertain times with a troubled economy, and it can be easy to worry about what the future holds. 66 Things You Can Grow In Containers Growing your own food is exciting, not only because you get to see things grow from nothing into ready-to-eat fruits and veggies, but you also don't have to worry about the pesticides they might contain, and you definitely cut down on the miles they -- and you -- have to travel. As it turns out, with pretty minimal effort, anyone can be a gardener. My boyfriend and I are essentially first-timers this season and so far have the beginnings of strawberries peeking out, tomatoes are on their way, the basil's about ready for a big batch of pesto, and once the last frost hits, the peppers, kale, spinach, chard, and mesclun will be on their way, too.