Cheap Tuna Melt Flat Bread Sandwich

This very easy and cheap jazzed up tuna melt flat bread sandwich makes for a delicious light meal or lunch for yourself or the family. The bread is made from scratch, but in the easiest way possible with no kneading or proofing. The filling requires no cooking and is simply combining fresh ingredients. This tuna […]

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Pressure Cooker Steak and Guinness Pot Pies

When most people are down to their last $20, there are a few things they might consider doing. Some might build a fortress and barricade themselves in a corner until the next payday. Financially savvy people would probably find a way to invest that $20 and double it by the end of the week. Unsurprisingly, […]

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Crispy Scotch Eggs with Runny Yolk

I love cookbooks, and have been reading them for as long as I remember. The main cookbook I read growing up was what my family called “the brown cookery book”. It had a great collection of British recipes, including roasts and pudding, breads and soups, and just about everything in between. What I did not […]

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Easy Gingernut Biscuits

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” – Mother Teresa One of the reasons Scruff and I decided to start a food blog is because food, and cooking in particular, is a very big part of how we’ve always shown the other we care. Sharing […]

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Bacon and Egg Breakfast Pastries

If you ever want to start your day by impressing someone, then these bacon and egg breakfast pastries are your best bet! Each one of these puff pastry cups is stuffed with a bacon filling and then topped with an egg. Baked in the oven until golden and crispy, they will be a very delicious […]

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