What to Make with Venison

photo source: The Happy Housewife While neither I nor my husband are hunters, nor anyone in the immediate family either, I do have several friends who are able to offset their food costs through hunting. And we’ve been the happy recipients of venison or wild boar sausage on one or two occasions. Hubs isn’t a […]

What to Make with Pork

Whether you’re in the midst of a pantry challenge or want to stock up on pork when it’s on sale, having a repertoire of go-to recipes is essential to making the most of the other white meat. Easy Skillet Pork Chops Stockpiling, or “anticipation buying” is a surefire way to save money on food costs. […]

What to Make with Chicken

Whether you’re in the midst of a pantry challenge or want to stock up on chicken when it’s on sale, having a repertoire of go-to recipes is essential to making the most of that tender chicken. Buffalo Chicken Wraps Bone-in chicken breast regularly goes on sale for just under $1 throughout the US. (I say […]

Meals Fit for a King: Meal Planning to Please the Guys

I live in a house of men. Though I have two young daughters, I also have four sons and one husband. Meal planning with my guys in mind is not difficult, but it’s different than if I were just planning for me and the girls. While most of the FishFam likes a variety of foods, […]

French Food 101: The Cheese and Fruit Course

I spent a year of my college days living in France. It was a wonderful experience. Especially the eating part. I ate some of the best meals of my life in France. I loved the meals that lasted several hours and consisted of 3-4 courses. A standard French meal will consist of a first course […]