Paté is basically some sort of chopped liver. The most famous version of this is froi gras, chopped liver of a goose or duck. But you can make your own simple paté right at home without the big expense.
Eating on the cheap is usually important for bachelors. These days, it’s more important for everyone.
If you buy a prepared marinade from the grocery store, you deserve to lose your money. You can make your own marinade in just a few minutes. Also, you can make it to suit your own tastes and needs.
You are not destined to have that fast food airport concourse cheeseburger and fries or other over-priced concessions. But like many healthy bachelor strategies, it takes a little planning ahead.
There are many factors that affect the price you pay at a farmers market. One is the type of market it is.
If you’re hosting a big Thanksgiving dinner, you could easily spend hundreds of dollars. You could also spend well under that if you plan ahead and shop frugally.
Ramen noodles don’t have to be awful, monotonous and bland. Just use a little thought.
Anytime you roast a chicken, or even chicken parts, save all the trimmings, bones and skin. Just put it all in the pot with some cut-up carrots, celery, onions and some herbs with enough water to cover completely to make a terrific stock to use for all sorts of cooking projects.
Times are hard for most of us. That means we have to be smarter about our food. It’s not only important for our wallets, but for our planet as well.
I don’t know of any grocery store, no matter the size, independent or chain, that doesn’t publish in some way a flier of their sale items that week. No matter how this information is available, it’s worth the effort to find them and use them to make your grocery list.