Green onion pancake is usually my top choice when fridge is empty and it’s not time for grocery shopping yet. Ingredients are simple and it costs little money to make.
Spring is on its way, which means there will be more seasonal fruits coming! Have you ever stood in front of the fruit area in the grocery store, wondering which ones to pick since there are plenty of them? I did. And there are always times when I spent 10 minutes picking a watermelon, went home, and found out it was an unripe one. Bummer! What a waste of money!
So in this post I will share the tricks for selecting quality common fruits. I listed 11 of them that my family eat most during different seasons of the year. Hope it also helps for you!
For frugal living and a healthy diet, chicken breast is definitely a good choice. I purchased three pieces of chicken breast for $3.5, and used one piece to make this chicken salad. The total cost for making this dish is only around $2. And I ate it for three meals (of course along with other dishes).