This week I almost got by spending just $3. But then I splurged and spent $6 on organic shoyu soy sauce. So grand total $9.
I love zucchini fritters. Especially at Turkish restaurants. I used to be vegetarian, so these were kind of a staple for me if dining out Turkish. But I don’t need an occasion to enjoy them.
Suddenly it is late summer – almost autumn! – and I have gone from being delighted with the sight of the first bright orange zucchini flowers to feeling slightly overwhelmed with the abundance. I didn’t have much luck with my zucchini plant this year (although I have had partial success), but I have still been gifted several. What to do?
For today’s $5 Friday I am pleased to present a guest blog post by Kirsty Young from Make it, Bake it, Snap it. Kirsty has such beautiful and inventive recipes, and I am so pleased that she accepted the $5 Friday challenge. These meatballs are both comfort food and a little bit different. She demonstrates how buying in bulk and thinking outside the square you can save money and enjoy quality food.