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Cutting Down On Food Waste, Hawai'i Style

The most expensive food you buy is the food you throw away.

I’m not sure where the above quote came from, but reading it the first time was an eye-opener for me. 750 more words


Lamb shank surprise! and freaked up bread.. 

the good thing about the way we cook is that often it provides meals way past the event.. This one is a great freezer find.. … 209 more words

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miso noodle bowl

For the first time in a long time, I had a weekend away sans kids (I sure missed them though!) and I was able to enjoy dinner and drinks with interruption-free conversation with my girlfriends over a mouth-watering bowl of ramen noodles at the renown  523 more words


Use up fridge foods , with puffy breads

Sometimes due to a build up of cooking. Or perhaps being overly hoarding.. (Ahem..)..

We end up with things that ‘need eating’.. Am sure it happens to everyone.. 257 more words

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Chicken Fajitas

2 green peppers cut up
1 onion cut up
2-3 cups shredded cooked chicken
1 can Ro-tel tomatoes (mild if you aren’t a big fan of spicy) 56 more words


Waste Not, Want Not: Basic Recipes

I mentioned in my last “Waste Not, Want Not” post that it is really useful when trying to cut down waste to have a handful of basic recipes that you can throw together with minimal ingredients in order to use up your leftovers. 599 more words


Wrap it up! Easy lunch recipe with Mr. Singh's Pesto

I love the idea of using wraps to hold a collection of leftovers to turn little bits of food into a delicious feast. You know what I mean – that last wedge of uncooked cabbage that wouldn’t fit into the corned beef pot for a St. 458 more words