My 3o days of cans challenge came to an end on May 1, and , as has become my habit, I want to share the results. In other words, it’s time to review my recipes, and see how I did in relationship to the rules that were established for this challenge. The 30 days of canned food challenge had only a few rules. They were:
This is a simple and delicious vegetable beef soup that is ready in under a half of an hour. It’s a delicious and hearty soup that’s great on its own or as an accompaniment to a sandwich or a salad. This recipe for vegetable beef soup is so simple to make, it’s possible to have a home made soup on the table for dinner on a busy weeknight.
For those of you who have been following my blog, it should come as no surprise that I am doing another “30 days of…” series for the month of April. Last year, I posted 30 days of recipes containing beans. This April, my self imposed challenge is to share one new recipe each day that is made with canned or other shelf stable food. You may be wondering why I would choose to use canned food for this challenge instead of something fresh. I actually have a few reasons.
I confess that I am a week late in delivering my final report on the Pantry Challenge, but my life outside of cyberspace has been a bit crazy. Here’s my summary for the final week of my pantry challenge.
I’m behind in my posts this week, but I wanted to give you our report from week four. One more week has come and gone in the pantry challenge, and I’m still having fun. We have decided that instead of resuming our regular grocery budget, we will continue with the pantry challenge through the end of next week rather than stopping on Wednesday, the first of February.
Another week of the pantry challenge has flown past. We are not suffering from lack of food, and I must confess that I haven’t been to the grocery store since last Sunday. We will need milk again in a few days, but we are doing fine otherwise. I must confess that I cheated this week.
The second week of our Pantry Challenge has come to a close. We have run out of oatmeal, but we haven’t felt deprived. Realization of what this challenge means has set in with the other members of my household. We are low on, or completely out of several of Food Critics favorite staples. We have nearly run out of soft drinks.
The first week of our Pantry Challenge has come to a close. We haven’t run out of anything, and we haven’t felt deprived. In fact, if I hadn’t told the family that we were doing a Pantry Challenge for the month of January, I don’t think anyone would have realized at this point.
Patty Cake’s Pantry is welcoming 2017 with a 31 day pantry challenge. If you’ve never heard of a pantry challenge, allow me to explain. The goal is to eat the food you already have in your pantry, freezer, and fridge for a set period of time. We are embarking on a 31 day challenge.
30 Days of Beans = A whole lot of beans My food blogger friend over at Kitchen Hospitality and I have each decided to blog a series of 30 posts on only one theme. She has chosen slow cooker meals, and I’m looking forward to some of her recipes. For my theme, I chose beans. I have to admit that when I announced that I was going to blog about 30 days of beans, she looked at me as if she though I was crazy. Her comment “That’s a lot of beans” confirmed for me that she thinks that I’m […]