Bean and Cabbage Stew

Good cabbage prices means it was my go-to green veggie recently. Most of what I bought went into Asian-style dishes. But with a remaining half sitting in the produce bin, I wanted to make a veggie-packed stew with it as a change of pace. Having a hearty vegetarian stew in the freezer is awesome for those… Continue reading Bean and Cabbage Stew

My Dragon Noodles

This month I've been doing a version of a pantry challenge, where I'm focusing on using what's in my refrigerator, freezer, and pantry instead of going to the grocery store constantly. There are lots of recipes on Budget Bytes that are good for this sort of thing, sometimes just requiring a fresh produce item or two. Dragon Noodles… Continue reading My Dragon Noodles

Delicious stir fried cabbage

St. Patrick's day brought great sale prices on green cabbage, so I've had a couple to use for new things this month. One new thing was a stir fried cabbage that I absolutely loved, and was able to use both as a regular side dish and as an ingredient in my customized version of Dragon Noodles.… Continue reading Delicious stir fried cabbage

Seasoned roasted potato wedges

These days I'm on the lookout for new, delicious ways to prepare a bunch of russet potatoes. This recipe for Oven Potato Wedges from onceamonthmeals.com was a big hit. Most of them went in the freezer for future meals, and I don't know how well they'll reheat yet, but I'm optimistic. The fresh ones were delicious, mostly… Continue reading Seasoned roasted potato wedges

Creamy vegetable pasta bake

creamy vegetable pasta bake

Lately I've become rather hooked on maximizing grocery store savings. It's like a game, seeing how I can get the most for my money, and it helps that I focus on stocking my pantry with staples that help me cook from scratch. When the grocery store had 1-lb bags of pasta on sale for $.49… Continue reading Creamy vegetable pasta bake