Monthly Archives: November, 2019

Sunday Cinema – “A Dollar General Thanksgiving”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “Cooking with Jack Show“, where Jack shows how to cook an entire Thanksgiving dinner for 6 people at under $50. With the sales of turkeys happening closer to the holiday, it should be easy to find one for $13 (or less) if your Dollar General doesn’t have them. You can still enjoy all the trimmings of a Thanksgiving dinner without breaking the bank…

Sunday Cinema – “Thanksgiving on a College Student Budget”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “007K“, where Bond shows us how to cook a Thanksgiving meal on a college student’s budget. Half-joking/half-serious, he does show you how to make a cheap meal that you can eat on Thanksgiving…

Sunday Cinema – “A $30 Thanksgiving”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “The Melea Show“, where she shows how to buy the items to cook an entire Thanksgiving meal at a Target (that has a grocery section). A lot of name-brand items which makes it seem like a more-expensive meal than it is…

Sunday Cinema – “Poorman’s Feast”

All this month we will be sharing ways to cook meals on a budget. Since November evokes memories of big meals at Thanksgiving, we recognize that not all can afford a huge turkey and all the dressings to go with it. Just because you can’t afford a turkey shouldn’t keep you from enjoying a nice big home-cooked meal.

This week we share an episode of the YouTube channel, “Great Depression Cooking”, where 93-year-old Clara (she is since deceased) shows how to cook a “Poor Man’s Feast” which by her account was a rare occasion in her house during the depression era. Simple and what looks to be cheap ingredients make for a meal that even the finest NYC establishment would serve as a nostalgia item and charge through the nose for…