Wednesday, December 12, 2012

::Frugal Fodder ~5~ ::


                      
We've finally had temps dip into the FREEZING range...upper 20's overnight. 
It couldn't have come at a better time... 
December. :) 

I've taken advantage of having the wood burning stove going all day and into the late night hours too!
I have saved propane all week. The only time we've used 'gas' is for showering. 

I've heated water for the dishes on the stove; AND!!!
I've been cooking on it. 

I've not ever made this a habit ,in all of the almost 17 years we've lived here-- until now. 

This week I've cooked on my stove everyday
So far, on top of the stove, I've cooked: 
Biscuits-
 * I'll show how to cook biscuits in a skillet next time and take pictures. 
Cornbread-
Beans with Sausage-
Grilled Cheeses-
(for lunch with the LITTLES today)  

Here is what we had tonight: 
Venison Tips and Rice with English Peas and Garlic Toast


~~YUMMIE~~

The whole idea is that we're saving propane--we're heating our house with wood and so we may as well, use the heat and energy to cook with too! 

I'd say that's the tastiest frugal fodder yet! 

Linking here: 

The LORD is righteous in all his ways; and holy in all his works. ~Psalm 145:17

6 comments:

  1. Very inspiring, Pat! Your meal looks delicious!

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  2. I hope your husband appreciates you! :) You may be the hardest working woman I know.
    -Revi

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  3. oh that so reminds me of my young days in Vermont. We had a stove similar to that one and I would sit right next to it! I loved the heat and so did our dogs! We never tried cooking on it however!

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  5. You get the gold star for really doing it right!!
    The venison tips have my mouth watering. I love skillest. Have collected 7 in the last month at yard sales and thrift stores. I am cleaning them up and giving them to friends for the holidays filled with special Vermont stuff: Maple syrup, emu sausage, corn bread mix, etc. I am a horrible cook but really want to make bisquits in a skillet. Give me a hollar when ya do it.
    www.tailgait.blogspot.com

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  6. We cook on our wood stove too...love it!

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