Category Archives: Clever Cooks

Relaxed cooking on a budget: Save with Jamie

I’ve collected a few Jamie Oliver titles over the years; none of them get used very much. Jamie’s Kitchen horrified me with its egg-laden Baileys and Banana Bread and Butter Pudding. Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals and 30-Minute Meals demanded too much multitasking for me to really stuck … Continue reading

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Your pumpkin for my onion?

Many moons ago, I wrote a post about veggie swaps, meets where you swap your excess homegrown produce with others. Being a lazy gardener, I haven’t planted many annuals this year but that doesn’t mean I can’t swap my food. … Continue reading

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Saving money with weekly grocery boxes from your local

There’s been a discussion on mustbethrifty about the virtues of fruit and veg market shopping; unfortunately, I rarely go to markets but end up at Coles instead due to a combination of Flybys incentives, a weird work schedule and possibly … Continue reading

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Okonomiyaki: as you like it pancakes

While I can’t recreate cream pans, I can recreate okonomiyaki. Due to it’s flexible nature, it is a great recipe for using up the odds and ends rolling around the bottom of the crisper drawer… Continue reading

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Crumbed

Cheap Geek likes his sliced bread but he and I rarely finish our loaves before the use-by date. We could buy smaller loaves, but they cost nearly as much as the regular-sized ones, so we end up buying the big … Continue reading

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