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Relatively Cheap Cooking For People Who Hate To Cook: Pecorino-Crusted Chicken

Here’s a recipe that’s easy enough even for me. I got it from Martha Stewart, in one of those little tiny cookbook/magazine thingys they sell at the grocery checkout line. I believe it was called “Everyday Food.” Anyway, Mr. Right-Click likes this and so does Mini, even, if you catch him in the right mood. […]

6 Extended Musings On The Possibilities Of Taking On Additional Liabilities In a Down Market

I may have mentioned before that Mr. Right-Click and I are thinking about having another baby. Now, we haven’t made concrete plans about this, and I’m not pregnant or anything, so don’t get all excited. And it’s certainly possible that we won’t be able to get pregnant, now that I’m at the age of doom […]

Depression Era Cooking: Turns Out, It’s Not As Depressing As I Thought

I don’t know if I mentioned here or elsewhere that I’ve been trying to cook more often lately. This is for a couple of reasons: one, to save money on all the multitudes of prepared and processed foods we buy at the grocery store; two, to make sure that Mr. Right-Click has something to eat […]

10 Ideas for Making the Holidays Cheaper and Easier That Don’t Involve Giving Your Friends and Family Gifts They Will Immediately Throw Away

[singlepic=3,560,560,,center] Well, I guess it’s official now: the economy is truly in the shitter. How do I know this, you ask? Because this year, Oprah’s annual “Favorite Things” show featured gift ideas that “cost next to nothing!” Yeah. I’m not sure, but I think that might be one of the signs of the apocalypse. How […]