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Grilled Whole Chicken

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Grilled Whole Chicken Here is the recipe for the whole grilled chicken in the watch and learn video. Cost: Around $5 Quick tip: This spice rub is just a suggestion. You can use any marinade you like or any combination of spices.

Money Saving Meals | Lettie Goodridge | Friday, 18 September 2009


Mobile Coupons

Mobile coupons You no longer have to wait for the Sunday paper to clip your weekly coupons. As I have talked about before you can get coupons online through a number of services, but now you can also get them on your mobile phone. Many of these coupons are not for food offers since the discounts are most often sent in the form of a code that you fill in to get the discount. Cellfire allows you to download coupons onto some grocery store chains’ club cards. This is a very easy way to save since the coupons are all on a card that you would swipe at your checkout anyway. In a years time the use of mobile coupons as gone up 25% according to the New York Times. To sign up to receive these mobile coupons or find out more about them you can visit one of the...

Additional Advice | Lettie Goodridge | Friday, 18 September 2009


Chicken Stuffed Peppers

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Chicken Stuffed Peppers I am a huge fan of chicken salad. I also like to stuff vegetables to create delicious meals. I thought I would combine both of my loves and create sort of a warm chicken salad, place it inside a pepper and then bake it, there by roasting the pepper at the same time. This is kind of like a chicken salad melt inside a pepper instead of bread. It would be great served with some kind of potatoes whether it is potato salad or roasted potatoes, or another starch like couscous.

Weekly Meal Deals | Lettie Goodridge | Monday, 7 September 2009


Brown Rice Salad

Brown Rice Salad I made this while I was home at my mom's last week and she said she is going to make it all summer long. I thought I would help her out by posting the recipe. This is great for a bbq or picnic because its cheap and you can make a large bowl of it. Sorry there is no photo. I will be sure to take one next time I make it. I like to eat this cold or at room temperature but feel free to serve it warm as well.

Money Saving Meals | Lettie Goodridge | Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Sunday, 08 September 2013 20:38    | Written by Lettie Goodridge    PDF Print E-mail

Chicken Cacciatore

This is a classic Italian dish and people always make it differently. Most people will use chicken with the bone in but I find the boneless easier to eat. This is a pretty simple dish, that you can choose to customize how you want. It is perfect served over pasta with a little parm served on top. Makes great leftovers too, so make a big batch and eat it twice this week.

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Friday, 21 June 2013 14:05    | Written by Lettie Goodridge    PDF Print E-mail

Grilled Vidalias with Bacon

Vidalia onions are so sweet and delicious, cooking them over the grill just brings the sugars out even more.  There are so many ways to grill these onions to make them taste good. This is just one simple way to do it. I keep trying different ways every time I cook them. This one is my favorite. I encourage you to experiment, after all they are in season and on sale.

Read more... Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 September 2013 20:17 )
Sunday, 25 August 2013 17:08    | Written by Lettie Goodridge    PDF Print E-mail

Potato Skin Bites

bite sized stuffed potatoesI originally made these for a Super Bowl part and they were a hit. They are kind of like bite sized potato skins, hence why I called them what I did. They are much each to take to a gathering though and they are easier for people to eat. You can really just use the concept and fill them with whatever you want. This is just what I did. The sausage I used was slightly spicy and slightly cheesy.

Read more... Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 August 2013 18:03 )
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 19:40    | Written by Lettie Goodridge    PDF Print E-mail

Sweet Potato Squash Coconut Casserole

The base for this recipe came from Real Simple magazine.  I have already cooked it 4 times in less then a month.  People can not get enough of it.  There is nothing really healthy about this but it is yummy and perfect for the holidays.  Plus it is fairly cheap and easy.  The pecans are the only real thing that pushes the budget a little, so if you don't want to buy them just leave them out. (PS I have an image but I'm still having problems uploading them. Trust me its good)

Read more... Last Updated ( Wednesday, 19 December 2012 20:24 )
Sunday, 22 January 2012 16:14    | Written by Lettie Goodridge    PDF Print E-mail

Finnish-Style Cabbage

finnish_cabbageCabbage makes a great side dish when you are trying to cook on a budget because it can be hearty, versatile and cheap. This is a recipe that I got from my grandmother and it is delicious. There is a video for this recipe as well in the Watch and Learn section. This is perfect for a winter evening. It is warm, hearty and feels like a big hug.

Read more... Last Updated ( Sunday, 22 January 2012 16:49 )
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