Posts Tagged ‘canned’

Give Beans a Chance

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011
Tongue of Fire - Fresh Shell Beans

Tongue of Fire - Fresh Shell Beans

Tuesday Tip – Give Beans a Chance

Beans are good for you.  Canned, dried, or fresh, they are relatively inexpensive.  Full of fiber and low in fat, beans fill you up.  However, beans aren’t always a favorite food.  Growing up I was not a fan.  I liked my chili without beans, or as my mom would say, “You like hamburger soup.”
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The Pantry Part II

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011
Pantry

Pantry

Tuesday Tip

Behind the Doors – The Pantry Part II

Here’s a list of dry and canned pantry ingredients I keep on hand and their uses.  This is just to give you an idea.  For some items I list many kinds.  I usually have a couple different types, but not everything under the sun.  To get more ideas look in some of your favorite cookbooks.  Many cookbooks have pantry ingredients listed.
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Salmon Patties

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
Salmon Patties

Salmon Patties

Need an inexpensive way to get wild salmon, try it from a can.  Salmon patties are an excellent way to use wild canned salmon and keep grocery costs down.  Of course if you prefer to buy fresh salmon, by all means use it; just make sure it’s wild salmon.  You can also double or triple this recipe, bake all the patties, then freeze some for a quick dinner another night.  Some grocery stores sell larger cans of salmon if you prefer to make extra.  Or go to a big grocery club store and buy canned salmon in bulk.
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