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Recipes from the Kitchen of a Frugal Non-Cook

On December 16, 2013, I also published a eCookbook for Non-Cooks, Recipes from the Kitchen of a Frugal Non-Cook 

This collection of easy recipes is for non-cooks who feel like an alien in the kitchen.

Recipes from Recipes from the Kitchen of a Frugal Non-Cook provide ideas for a variety of sandwiches from PB&J to Dagwood Sandwiches, and simple recipes like: Tomato Salad and Coleslaw. Yet, with a skillet and pot with lids, a microwave and a crock pot, you can make most of the recipes in RKFNC. Among the recipes, a basic spaghetti recipe suggests a variety of toppings that can be used elsewhere.

Personal stories are included with some recipes as I navigate some of the Dangers! of cooking. There are crock pot recipes like Two Bean Corn Chili, and Pork and Pineapple Chili. Ria's Basic Skillet Recipe is for the more adventuresome. RKFNC also has a few recipes using leftovers.

The egg, a beautiful product of nature, is used in many ways. See recipes for: making an omelet or using hard-boiled eggs for sandwiches or egg salad, or adding an egg to fried rice.

Try Ria Stone's Microwave Small Dish Cake!

In addition to recipes, I promote my first eBook, Gina's Dream. Take a peek at the Bits, Bites & Books Café's menu for other recipe ideas.  RKFNC is not a dieters cookbook. Olive oil is used in almost everything and cheese is a frequent ingredient. After delving into the world of cookbooks, Ria sees food everywhere. 

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