My mother shared this tip a few years ago — and it’s a quick tip that makes it easier and faster to create any dish that requires chopped boiled eggs. Rather than boiling your eggs, try hard-poaching them and then
So the other night, I found a GREAT deal (or so I thought) on meat at a local, well-known grocery store chain. They had pork chops for $1.99 a pound. Now, please understand that I don’t really eat pork that
I’m all about minimizing. If you have been reading livingsmall.com, you already know this. I’ve not quite whittled down to just a couple pots and pans in my own kitchen, but if I did — these would be the two:
During the beginning of my quest for simple foods, whole foods, REAL foods, I had a few moments of total weakness. You know the ones… those moments when I was certain that a severe deficiency of the vitamin “ice cream”
The journey back to healthy is a S-L-O-W one. Taking the time and the effort to take care of me — inside and out — as I travel this road, is essential.
I said I was going to simplify my food back in January. I’ll have to admit, it’s been a little challenging. Trying to eat simple foods means avoiding nearly everything that’s packaged as “convenience.” I read labels on everything —
Yesterday, while I was cooking breakfast (and the Honey Badger was *gasp* sweeping the floor — yes, he really was!), I threw two boneless breasts of chicken in the crockpot with a cup of brown rice, a couple tablespoons of