I know I should be reflecting on hunger and poverty in my blog, but on day six of the SNAP Hunger Challenge, I can't help but think what I want to make when my $30 per week budget isn't an issue. I've spent more of my time than usual this week thinking about food, so I can't resist a list.
I want to make or buy:
The SNAP Hunger Challenge coordinators have been sending particpating bloggers prompts, and yesterday's asked how much money we're saving by participating in the challenge.
A quick update on my SNAP Hunger challenge experience – I'm doing better today, although I snagged a free muffin this morning leftover from a company workshop.
I started the SNAP Hunger Challenge yesterday, sort of.
Sundays are a typically busy day for me, and yesterday was no exception. It had me up early, heading to my parents' house in Paxton and then church in Loda. Then back to my parents', then to Champaign-Urbana for various obligations, including helping someone host an end-of-summer party.
Yesterday, we ran a story about residents' memories from the first Farm Aid, which was 25 years ago at Memorial Stadium.
Today, I got a phone call from a reader who wanted to see a list of the performers. That's below, if you're interested.
Just wanted to remind you that tickets are still available for the Taste of Home Cooking School tomorrow in Monticello. (The details are below.)
I couldn't resist sharing this recipe for low-fat banana bread from my coworker, Erin Lippitz. She got it from allrecipes.com, and made some changes. They're noted below.
This is a low fat banana bread that ends up being very moist and delicious.
Low-Fat Banana Bread
Readers, I'm looking for someone local who has a specific dinner strategy – someone who makes several meals at one time and then freezes them for weeknight dinners ahead.