Traditional Quesadillas

A quesadilla is a flat bread folded over melted cheese. Traditional quesadillas are corn or wheat tortilla with Oaxaca cheese, served with diced onion, salsa, and Guacamole.

Quesadillas originated in Mexico. In Central and Southern Mexico they use corn tortillas. In Northeast Mexico, Wheat-flour tortillas are more common. Traditional quesadillas are cooked on Continue reading “Traditional Quesadillas”

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Five Quick Tips Stretching My Grocery Budget

I’m a bargain hunter. I love a good deal. I’ve gotten pretty good at stretching my grocery budget. Here are five of my favorite suggestions for getting the most out of your grocery dollar.

No Waste

You paid for it. Strictly from dollars and sense, don’t throw your money away. Thinking bigger than that? Continue reading “Five Quick Tips Stretching My Grocery Budget”

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I am a Sugar Addict

Hi. My name is Rand, and I have a sugar addiction. I was born into Nixon’s war on poverty… At the birth of High Fructose Corn Syrup. I grew up in a hard working meat and potatoes suburbia bubble sort of family. When I didn’t want to eat what was for dinner mom would put applesauce on it. This lead to a sweet apple topping for everything from scrambled eggs to spaghetti or stuffed peppers. It worked out for everything except green vegetables. I grew up on Continue reading “I am a Sugar Addict”

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My Cooking Style

I love to eat.

I used to like to cook, but as I’ve gotten older, not so much. I tend to like meals that are simple to prepare, and don’t require unusual ingredients. I like trying new dishes Continue reading “My Cooking Style”

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One Carbohydrate at a Time

If you are counting carbohydrates, there’s a good chance that you are diabetic, or the family member of one.

Carbohydrates are not something people pay much attention to on nutritional labels until a doctor tells them they need to.

I’ve decided that if you need to count carbs, then you deserve to Continue reading “One Carbohydrate at a Time”

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