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I am a busy wife and mother of four. With a large family it is imperative to get the absolute most out of the dinners I prepare. Leftovers are not only something I look forward to, they are essential – and not an accident.
I always cook a little extra so I can count on having leftovers the next night and give myself a little break in the process. Now, it may not be a coincidence that my family hates leftovers. They’re no fools, they love my cooking and have a taste for freshness – my own fault really, I spoiled them all.
I am always looking for new and interesting ways to get my family to eat leftovers. I have figured out that if they don’t recognize the food from one day to the next, they’ll think it’s new. It’s like a re-gift – I’m not above it and what they don’t know wont hurt them.
As a freelance journalist, I love to cook and write about my recipes. Many of my recipes can be found in my column "What's For Dinner" in Danvers Patch at www.danvers.patch.com
We can all use a little inspiration from time to time, and I am always looking to be inspired.
I love to make casseroles and one-pot meals. I have a house full of hungry bellies to fee deach night, and am a master of stretching a few ingredients out to feed us all. My family loves my home made no-bean chili and jumbalaya. I also make a chili-style stew that my husband nick-named "Kitchen Sink" because I throw everything into it, and no two ever turn out exactly the same. Slow cooked pulled pork is a family favorite, and my baked catfish is always a treat.