A Pressure Cooker Meatloaf Chili Recipe Are you a recipe reader who likes to first read the story about the recipe? Or do you prefer to get the recipe right up front and forget the food culture part of it? For the get-the-recipe-first reader, I’m treating you this evening with my meatball chili recipe first! But before you read it, do take time to see the video I made today after cooking the chili. Here you go: Print Meatball Chili Easy meatball chili recipe in the pressure cooker Course Main Course Cuisine American Servings 2 Author Angie Horn Ingredients 1 Can Low Sodium Chili withRead More →

When is the last time you set a $25-per-week- budget for groceries? During July and August, I have participated in a $25 per week grocery challenge. The first week took very careful planning. This second week was fairly simple because I had leftovers from the first week and didn’t require much. In this post, I’ll share the amount spent and how two of us, my husband and myself, are making it with the $25 budget.Read More →

How can a family eat for $25 per week on a food budget in the USA? Is it even possible to eat for so cheap? That could depend on factors like: how many people there are in the family if the family follows any particular diets such as vegan, organic, or low carbohydrate, etc. what part of the country the family lives in if the family shops at inexpensive or high-end supermarkets whether or not the family saves with couponsRead More →

Are you preparing your summer menus already? May temperatures are climbing quickly, an indication for home chefs to begin alternative cooking methods besides the stove and oven. Local hardware stores suggest it’s time to get out the grill, and we can’t resist their urging. The unbeatable two-pack charcoal sales prices make it impossible to pass up. Supermarkets tempt meat lovers to grab the hot sales on ribeye steaks, hamburgers, chicken, and hot dogs. But wait! Grilled is good but not seven days a week. Let’s check out those alternatives.Read More →