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Eating My Feelings: Making My Peace with Tomato Paste and How to Make a Great Jambalaya

Welcome to our cooking column Eating My Feelings, where Calvin […]

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Eating My Feelings: Why Yams are Terrible and Potatoes are Amazing

Welcome to our new cooking column Eating My Feelings, where Calvin Amari shows all you broke bastards how to cook great food on the cheap and do it hilarity

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Tacos For Breakfast: Making Amazing Chilaquiles with Your Leftovers

AH, THE TACO. It gives so much and asks so little. It's cheap, tasty and fast. It comes in a bounty of varieties and can

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Broke Ass Decorating: Kitchen Organization

After stuffing far too many whisks and strainers and spoons in recycled takeout containers, I realized that a new organization method in my 2x2 kitchen might be appropriate.

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How to Survive Holiday Hype

I’ve never been one for holidays. Sure, I think Christmas lights are pretty, I enjoy giving gifts, and think it’s important

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Broke-Ass Mom Leftover Chicken Ideas

A couple of months ago, I wrote an article about how you can make all Broke-Ass moms proud across the world with my simple recipe for Chicken

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How to Celebrate a “Friend-a-Versary” (You Know, Like an Anniversary, Except with People You Don’t Smooch)

I’m a big ol’ fan of celebrations: parties, holidays, the “happy dance” that I perform in my room after I do my laundry and realize

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Broke-Ass Kitchen: Huevos Rancheros

Huevos Rancheros. In restaurants, it's the brunch dish I have yet to pronounce with obvious hesitation. At home, it's a way for me to eat nachos for breakfast

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Broke-Ass Recipe: Poor-as-Fuck Stew

I haven't gone grocery shopping in a while, mainly because I can't afford it. The other day, I decided I should eat some food. I make a habit

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Broke-Ass Kitchen: Peanut Butter Banana Cookies

Hello! Welcome to the inaugural post of the Broke-Ass Kitchen, a new weekly feature from your penniless pals here at BAS. We're going to load you up with