Tips & Tricks

Easy Peel Hard Boiled Egg

The Art of the Easy Peel Hard Boiled Egg

I love a hard boiled egg! They can be eaten at any time of the day, and they are suprisingly easy to make. Also, since various weight loss programs have designated them a zero point food, they can be a great way to lose weight as well. However, nothing makes me more mad than losing… Continue reading →

Social Distancing Grocery Guide

Social Distancing: A Grocery Shopping Guide

Shopping for groceries in the age of social distancing can be quite a challenge. When is it okay to go to the grocery store? Should I have my groceries delivered? What meals can I plan for my family when grocery store shelves are empty? Although there are a lot of uncertainties, there are still a… Continue reading →

easy ingredient frozen bread

The Easy Ingredient: Frozen Bread Dough

Frozen bread dough is an easy ingredient that I always have on hand in my kitchen. My mother introduced this kitchen hack to me about a year ago, and I’ve been hooked on it ever since. If you’re like me, you love the luxury of fresh homemade bread. However, making bread from scratch can sometimes… Continue reading →

Easy Frozen Pepper and Onion Blend

The Easy Ingredient: Frozen Pepper and Onion Blend

If you’re looking for an easy ingredient that you should always have on hand, then look no further than a frozen pepper and onion blend. I love cooking with fresh ingredients whenever possible. However, sometimes during a a busy week of work and chorses, sometimes you just need to save time whenever possible. This ingredient… Continue reading →

essential herbs patio garden

5 Essential Herbs For Your Patio Garden

Spring is definitely my favorite time of year! The air warms up, the sun shines brighter, and I finally get the chance to plant my annual herb garden. If you are an avid home cook like myself, you already know the importance of having fresh herbs to add to your recipes. However, buying herbs at… Continue reading →

Scallions in a planter

Kitchen Hacks 101: Replant Your Scallions

We have to be brutally honest with you fellow Cookbookies! We don’t know how many times we’ve simply chucked green onion scraps in the trash. However, by listening to other fabulous home cooks, we’ve learned there’s a much better use for those scraps. Kitchen Hacks 101: Replant your Scallions! Not only is it incredibly easy,… Continue reading →