My husband and I are hosting my mom, my sister, and her four children for a little over two weeks. The kids are 1, 4, 6, and 8. They do pretty well with veggies other than sweet potatoes, my sister HATES mushrooms, and my mom hates pieces of onion in her food (but she won't be here the whole time.) We also need the meals to be on the frugal end of the spectrum. I should also mention that I live in the upper peninsula of Michigan, so if it can't be found at Walmart, I probably can't get my hands on it in time for the visit, which starts tonight... Any suggestions you can offer would be wonderful!
I've been tasked with cooking some ground goat meat that is in a friend's freezer. I've eaten goat in stews at restaurants, but I've never cooked with it. Does anyone have any experience or suggestions? We don't have any dietary restrictions, we're not picky, and I'm not afraid of complicated recipes. Thanks!
I was recently given some grilled, frozen salmon filets, and I'm at a loss as to what to do with them. They're unseasoned and individually vacuum sealed. I made salmon cakes, which were pretty decent, but I have four of them left and no ideas. Thoughts?
I bought 10 small containers of vanilla Greek yogurt the other day, but I realized after the first bite that it's the artificially thickened kind, and it's way too thick and just has a strange texture. There's no way I'm going to power through all of it on it's own, so I'm hoping for some ideas about how to use it up. It's not very sweet or vanilla-y, but I doubt it would work in savory dishes. Any ideas?
Hi, everyone! I've been lurking for a long time, but I finally decided to join. I'm hoping you can help me out of a cooking rut. I make soup several times a week, but I'm terribly bored with all of my recipes. What are your favorite spring/summer soups? Recipes?
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