Category Archive: Cook it yourself

We Pied Our Best.

Thanksgiving is just days away, DIYeters. In some families this day is about gratitude and football. In my family it is about gratitude and pie. This year, my sister, Syllie, and I got… Continue reading

You Know How I Roll

Thanksgiving is coming up with lightning speed, my fellow DIYeters in the USofA. Yes, big holidays are busy times. There is nothing wrong with using store-bought items to make your preparations easier. I… Continue reading

What Can I Do With a Green Tomato?

Are you ready for the very first Food It Yourself sing-along? I hope so, because here it is! Tune: “What Shall We Do With a Drunken Sailor”, traditional Want to make your own?… Continue reading

A Waffle-ly Good Idea

A few months ago I hit the grocery store jackpot- whole frozen turkey for $0.48/lb. Yes, you read that correctly. Forty-eight cents per pound for a frozen turkey. I picked up a 17… Continue reading

In a Pickle, Again!

Once again I am staring down an August without any zucchini. My plants got nibbled on by something or another and just never quite recovered. (Mr. Food It Yourself is in the process… Continue reading

All Wrapped Up

Mr. Food It Yourself and I are in a rut. No, it has nothing to do with being married for 11 years. Over the winter we got lost in a cycle of eating… Continue reading

It’s Soda-Licious!

It’s snowing once again in central Massachusetts. I am really hoping this will be our final Winter Weather Event of the season, but you just never know around here. The chilly, dreary weather… Continue reading

Comfort Food- Round 3; No Boxing

Comfort food season is in full swing here in Central New England. Yes, it is also Get Back To The Gym Season. Sometimes, though, you just want to eat something yummy without worrying… Continue reading

Cookie Time!

Like many citizens this time of year, I am currently caught up in the swirl of December Holiday Business. It can get a little stressful.¬† However, one day (almost) every December, my sister,… Continue reading

Comfort Food- Not Some Passing Fad

It has gotten cold in central New England. On the days when it is not freezing it is raining. Overall, I would say the climate has reached maximum blah. Therefore, I am once… Continue reading