Nancy is the author of the food blog, Coupon Clipping Cook. She loves to cook and save money on groceries by using coupons and shopping for sales. Nancy worked a number of years in a grocery store where she learned a lot about different types of foods and how to maximize coupon and sale savings. One of her favorite things about working at the grocery store was seeing the combinations of ingredients that customers purchased, and talking to them about the recipes they were making. Nancy enjoys making simple, fun and delicious recipes from items right out of the pantry. You can follow her on Twitter @CouponClippingC.
Forget the gravy, and top these potatoes with browned butter and bourbon sauce. And for good measure, this sauce is also inside the potatoes along with another delish ingredient, roasted garlic. Each bite of these mashed potatoes is heavenly and like no other recipe you've tried. They're made with the skins left on, which adds wonderful texture.Read Full Story
This spicy apple cider is made with green tea and two types of citrus — lemon and orange. I like to think of this cider as "fuzzy slipper worthy." Meaning, it's the perfect warm drink to enjoy with fuzzy slippers on while relaxing somewhere comfy and cozy.Read Full Story
You're bound to have leftovers after Thanksgiving, right? Use your stuffing in a new way: as actually part of the burger itself. What better combination than to mix the leftover stuffing right smack dab into a ground turkey patty?Read Full Story
Leave the gravy behind, and make it a turkey-, dressing- and veggie-filled summer roll. The best part is that you can eat it with your fingers. Who would have ever imagined turkey and dressing could be turned into a finger food?Read Full Story
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