Today I have another how-to to share with you all. It is something that used to seem so intimidating to me, but now seems so simple. Not only is it rewarding to be able to break down your own chicken, it is much cheaper than buying pre-cut chicken! I was able to buy whole chickens for less than $5 each at King Soopers! If you want free-range chickens it will be a little more expensive, but still nowhere close to the price of pre-cut pieces. I have also grown to enjoy switching up my typical routine of boneless, skinless breasts. There is so much more to a chicken than that!
Happy Friday everyone! This week I have a different kind of guest post for all of you. Today I am featuring Andrew, who is a writer about cooking, home brewing and DIY projects for Appliance Help. I am sure many of you have the same problem I have, a tiny kitchen with no room to do anything! Andrew has some great tips to maximize the use of your tiny kitchen. Who knows, maybe your weekend will be filled with DIY kitchen organization.
6 Ways to Cook Better in SmallApartments:
Get more space, find kitchen gear that works, and make awesome food more quickly with these tips!
It’s almost Christmas, which means sweets and treats. I wanted to give a few of my good friends something homemade for the holidays and found this little gift idea. They are fairly simple to make and make great presents, not to mention they taste amazing!