Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Economy in the Kitchen

The most pressing question on our minds these days is will the economy recover or are we headed into worse times?  The truth is that nobody really knows.  One thing is for sure, we will always need food whether the economy is on the upswing or on the down.  Granted, when we are struggling with our bills and other financial obligations we might opt for cheap foods rather than gourmet and fresh.  No longer will we be able to frequent Serendipity 3 in New York (the ice creamery that became famous for the worlds most expensive ice cream sundae at $25,000 and complete with 24 karat edible gold), and we might have to think twice before going out to eat at all.  But do not fret, the kitchen is a place of limitless possibilities . . .  Stay tuned.

1 comment:

  1. cheap food won tonight at our house! it is a favorite though so cheap is good. sheperd's pie with tomato soup,beans,hamburger-topped with mashed potatoes and sharp cheddar cheese. Feed big ol' boys for 5 dollars with leftovers to take to school. yippeeeee!