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As grocery prices go up, how do you keep the cost of feeding your family down? Anne Coleman (aka Short Order Mom) cooks for a family of nine on a budget of just $125 a week. Save money with her easy, kid-pleasing recipes.
From basic crudités to fancy baked bites, hearty munchies to light and healthy snacks, find the perfect appetizer for your next party or event.
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A sprinkle of Parmesan and a drizzle of olive oil transform
tomatoes into the perfect side dish. Or try sandwiching them
between slices of your favorite whole-wheat country bread.
Simply prepared green and yellow beans with wild mushrooms
are easy holiday fare.
Roasting sweet potatoes is even easier than boiling and
mashing them. Maple syrup glaze transforms this ultra-simple dish
into something sublime.
Rich, nutty pecans complement the creamy tang of the goat
cheese and peppery arugula balances the sweet juicy peaches and
drizzle of honey in a simple, satisfying salad that lets the pure
flavors of the ingredients shine.
Sesame slaw is fast and full of flavor and pairs perfectly with everything from Asian dishes to burgers.
Thanksgiving is not Thanksgiving unless there are cranberries. When I was little, the cranberry sauce we most often had was the canned variety. We gently unmolded it from its container and then lovingly placed whole cylindrical-shaped blob onto a cut crystal plate. Then it was sliced, very elegantly, into slabs. Eventually, we realized that it is so very simple to make from scratch. Many folks prepare a cooked version, but I love the way my fresh relish bursts with sweet-tart flavor. Plus, it only takes about 5 minutes to throw together, freeing up precious time for other Thanksgiving-day cooking.