Sausage, Cabbage and Mash

Told you there would be more cabbage. This dish happened by accident. The very existence is a testament to this blog. I was scrounging around for food one day and had only a few things left in my fridge. A half head of cabbage, a few red potatoes, and leftover summer sausage.  That desperation led to this dish.

Fried Garlic Cloves

If I’ve learned anything from Wisconsin, it’s that they love to fry things. Think of this as the weird cousin to the cheese curd. I mean you fry anything and it’s gonna taste good, right? I was actually surprised with how this turned out. I never knew this was a thing until I was watching

Simple Slaw

This is one of my favorite recipes. As with the other recipes so far it’s both simple and cheap. I usually make it as a side dish whenever cooking chicken. It’s a great beckon to the coming spring after a long dreary winter. To be honest, I’m not a big fan of most coleslaws. A lot of times when

Simple bread

Easy to make, hard to mess up. This is a nice simple bread that goes with anything and makes a nice addition to any meal.  As you can see from above, I’m far from perfecting the art of bread making. It ain’t pretty to look at, but what it lacks in the aesthetics department is

Tortilla Chips

This one is as easy as they come. Forget the Tostitos, and start thinking about all the delicious ways to eat these.

Chipotle Chicken Beans & Rice

This recipe is a classic for me and brings back a lot of nostalgia. So I figured it would be the first one to start with. And great news! It’s easily affordable. For around 20 bucks, you will have a meal to last you a week. If you don’t mind eating the same thing everyday. But hey that’s how we survived in college and how we perfected this easy recipe.