Group active since Sun, Oct 14, 2012
I think it's a good idea to have a blog just for beginner cooks and bakers.
A place for helpful hints and easy recipes.
We all started as beginners and needed help along they way.
The first thing I cooked was when I was 6. My mother was gone again and it left just me and my brother for the day. I was hungry and was was my brother. I pulled a chair up to the stove and made scrambled eggs.
When my Grandmother was first married she couldn't, and I do mean "couldn't" boil water. My grandfather could cook, and he helped teacher my grandmother long with some wonderful neighbors.
So, we all begin somewhere and sometime.
Let's lend a hand and help.
Anyone can post a question about an ingredient, or ask what the meaning is on some instruction. Plus helpful hints.
Nov 29, 2014
Turkey Cranberry Sandwich
Nov 6, 2014
Poached Eggs on Toast
Oct 17, 2012
Oct 16, 2012
KEY WEST KABOBS BY SALLYE
WHICH CHILE/CHILI DO I USE? (SALLYE) GULF CRABCAKES (sallye)
Oct 14, 2012
This is a Challenge! How many meals can you make from 1 chicken, 1 small chuck roast, or 1 small pork roat that will feed a family of 4.
I went to Von's today to buy some, thank heaven they had some. But, at the price they wanted for 4 breasts I didn't buy them. Instead I bought a package of quartered chicken (it was cheaper then a whole chicken).
I came home and wondered who people manage to feed a family of 4 with the price of groceries and gas now days. There was a time when 1 Chicken feed a family of 6.
So here is the Challenge. Let's see how many recipes we can come up with in these hard ecomomical times to help families.
I know I can feed a family of 4, 4 meals. (pick any four)
Chicken Pot Pie
Chicken soup with noodles, dumplings, matzo balls, or Kreplach.
Chicken Tacos or Echiladas
Out of a small Beef roast (pick any 4)
Out of a small pork roast (pick any 4)
Peas soup (left over pork pork stew)
Potato soup (left over pork stew)
Shredded Pork Sandwiches