I've stated, many times, that I am no cook.
But, I really enjoy eating.
With a limited budget, can you see the conflict here?
I tend to eat out rarely, and when I do, it's either something super-cheap, or a real splurge.
At home, I have the same thing for breakfast, every day. Lunch is a salad and left-overs from the Sunday night casserole. Dinners are... grilled chicken and veggies, meatloaf and veggies, or pork chops and veggies.
I eat well, but it's rather limited.
I've gotten tired of tuna casserole, chicken and veggie stir-fry and spaghetti.
So, when a recipe appeared on a Ravelry group (what can't Ravelry provide?) that looked easy and interesting, I printed it out and took the bus to the shop.
It was the best meal I'd had in months, and I enjoyed it more with each container of left-overs. That was a week ago, and I made it again last night.
I present to you:
Enchiladas. Really damn good, even though I used flour tortillas instead of corn. And way less cheese than the recipe called for.
I'm going to try cooking new things more often. And maybe, if you are lucky, I will bring more than booze to the next potluck.