Welcome to 'One Teaspoon from Disaster'
Every night at my house, thereís a crisis.
My lack of preparation, time and skill faces off with my worst enemy: hunger.
Yup, dinner-time is a highly emotional endeavor each night.
When my husband and I finally get home from work, weíre tired, starving and short on time. Iíve perfected about a dozen (total) quick and easy recipes.
You know how it goes.
Canít decide if itís worth your efforts to try a new dish? Donít want to spend hours by the stove? Not sure if those quick and easy recipes really are?
Send me your recipes, and Iíll pick a couple every month and prepare them, post the recipe online and let you know how it turns out.
Plus, youíll get my own suggestions for success (a relative term.)
You can post comments to this blog and recipes to our related message board, too.
We may end up ďOne Teaspoon from Disaster,Ē but theses experiments in cookology may end up easing your meal catastrophes ... and mine!
So, watch this space for upcoming dishes and be sure to e-mail me some recipes to try at email@example.com.
If youíre stumped for a meal right now, type the word ďrecipeĒ in the search window on the left of this page. We have quite a few old recipes in our database.
Brye Butler is a reporter for the Abilene Reporter-News