It's that time of the year where we like to have parties and eat lots
of snacks. Most of the parties we goto are planned, however what do
you do when a few unexpected guests drop in and it turns into a party.
What can you fix fast, cheap and with things you may keep around your
I have some experience with this. It is not uncommon during holiday
breaks for a few college students to show up, then they text their
friends and within 15 minutes we have 30 students in the house. This
is a common occurrence. Try these no fail ideas to keep unexpected
arrivals satisfied at your place.
Items below may take a little more planning but are great for parties,
the Superbowl or weekend fun
Hey Gang, Chicken is on sale at Food Lion for 55 cents/Lb. These are
whole chickens. You can cut them up using the link at the bottom of
this newsletter to make many meals. Boil the bones to make broth,
fried chicken leg dinner, Bourbon Chicken Thigh Dinner and more.
Shank Hams are on sale at Bi-Lo for 79 cents a pound. A great idea is
to through this in the Crock Pot. Good on News Years day with some
collard greens and black eyed peas. Some ideas for leftovers can be
Ham and Macaroni/Cheese Casserole, Ham Omelets, Stuff Potatoes with
Ham and Ham & Potato Casserole. Search my website for more recipes.
Search on the word HAM. (Recipes)
SLOW DOWN AND SMELL THE FOOD
ARE YOU CRUNCHED FOR TIME?
Here are a few recipes to help you through a crunch in your day, yet
provide a great winter comfort meal. These are good for you too.