I don’t know what you all baked for Thanksgiving, but I read a BuzzFeed article titled “The Best Pie Is This Cookie Dough Pie Filled With Candy,” and immediately changed all of my Thanksgiving cooking plans.
The butternut squash cost me $2.98. I ate it with a $1.62 pork chop and probably $0.20 worth of broccoli.
I have almost enough food in my kitchen to tide me over for the entire month.
It’s time for another Cost of Slow-Cooking Roundup.
Instead of filling up your entire week with “the cost of everything Nicole made in her slow cooker,” I figured I’d start batching these like cookies. (Can you make cookies in a slow cooker? Internet says… yes.)
When I moved into this apartment, I thought about getting myself a breadmaker—and then I thought about Googling whether I could make bread in my slow cooker.
I thought very strategically about how I wanted to tackle my kitchen shopping. There were charts, and then there were revised charts, and there were many hours of price comparisons on Amazon and Bed Bath & Beyond.
Libby’s may run out of canned pumpkin, but I have a cutting board and a backup plan.
Let’s figure out if making slow cooker beef stew is the type of thing that’s going to benefit me financially, or if it’s going to be another $17 thing of homemade muesli.