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Tastes like YUM!

Got this from Poor Girl Eats Well . com the awesome blog Yumm-o!!

Chicken in Chipotle-Wild Mushroom Sauce (serves 4; total cost per serving: ~ $2.50)


2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut in half crosswise
1/2 12 oz. can chipotle peppers in adobo
4 oz. wild mushrooms (or crimini/portabello)
2 T heavy whipping cream
4 T olive oil, divided
1/3 - 1/2 c low sodium chicken broth
1 clove of garlic, minced
1/4 t ground cumin
Salt & pepper to taste
Cilantro sprigs for garnish


Remove all of the chipotle peppers and reserve as much of the adobo as possible in a medium bowl. Take about 1/2 the peppers and cut in half lengthwise. Remove as much of the veins and seeds as possible, and chop the peppers into 1/2" pieces. Add to the reserved adobo. Lightly season the chicken breasts on both sides with the salt, pepper, and cumin. Heat 2 T olive oil in a large skillet. Place the chicken breasts in the skillet and cook over medium high heat for about 3 minutes on each side. Remove from heat and set aside on a covered plate.


In the same skillet, heat the remaining olive oil and garlic over medium heat. Add the mushrooms with just a dash of salt & pepper, and sautee for about 2 minutes. Add the chipotle peppers and adobo and stir together. Remove about half of the mushroom & pepper mixture with its liquid, place in a blender or food processor, add the cream and 1/3 c chicken broth, and puree with a hand blender until smooth. In the meantime, return the chicken breasts to the skillet with the remaining chipotle peppers and mushrooms, cover, and allow to cook for about 4 more minutes, or until the chicken is no longer pink on the inside (but not dry).


Arrange your chicken breasts on a large dish. Spoon the mushroom & chipotle pepper mixture on top of the chicken, followed by a couple generous spoonfuls of the creamy sauce, garnish with a couple sprigs of cilantro, and enjoy!

A yumm-o recipe!

found this on eatingwell.com

'Ranch Chilles Rellenos for under $1 a serving

Dark green, shiny poblano chiles are the traditional choice for chiles rellenos. They have great flavor, but may be too spicy for some tastes. Anaheim chiles are reliably mild substitutes. You can stuff chiles with almost anything: cheese, shrimp, smoked fish, tuna and sour cream, grilled vegetables or crabmeat. For a larger crowd, the recipe can be doubled. Serve the chiles rellenos with beans and rice. Adapted from Cooking with the Seasons at Rancho La Puerta: Recipes from the World-Famous Spa (Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2008) by Deborah Szekely and Deborah M. Schneider with Chef Jesús González, Chef of La Cocina Que Canta.

Makes 6 servings

ACTIVE TIME: 50 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 50 minutes

EASE OF PREPARATION: Moderate

6 small poblano peppers or Anaheim chiles
4 ounces Monterey Jack cheese, cut into 6 long strips
1/4 teaspoon dried oregano, preferably Mexican
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
2 large egg whites
1 tablespoon canola oil
3/4 cup Ancho Chile Salsa (recipe follows)

1. Char peppers (or chiles) on all sides directly over a gas flame until the skin blackens and blisters, or broil directly under a preheated broiler until the skin blisters and begins to pull away from the pepper. Wrap in paper towels until cool.
2. Use the paper towel to carefully rub off the blistered skin. Leave the stems on. Make a 2-inch slit lengthwise in each pepper and remove the seeds. Tuck a piece of cheese into each pepper and fold the pepper over to completely enclose the cheese.
3. Working over a shallow bowl or plate, rub the oregano between your palms to bring out the flavor. Add flour and salt and stir to combine. Put egg whites in another shallow bowl or plate and lightly beat until frothy. Dip each pepper into the flour mixture to coat on all sides, brush off any excess, then dip into the egg whites.
4. Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Carefully set each pepper into the hot pan and cook until the cheese is melted and the peppers are golden brown on both sides, about 5 minutes total. (If you have larger peppers, you may need to cook them in two batches.) Serve warm with 2 tablespoons Ancho Chile Salsa each.

NUTRITION INFORMATION: Per serving: 152 calories; 9 g fat (4 g sat, 4 g mono); 17 mg cholesterol; 11 g carbohydrate; 8 g protein; 2 g fiber; 339 mg sodium; 278 mg potassium.
Nutrition bonus: Vitamin C (190% daily value), Vitamin A (37% dv), Calcium (16% dv).
1 Carbohydrate Serving
Exchanges: 1 1/2 vegetable, 1 lean meat, 1 1/2 fat'

Awesome and under $1 per serving.

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Food and Congrats!

First off, Im so glad people are actually posting! Yay!!! :D Thanks guys! Lets keep spreading the word! So now, a recipe i stole off of

http://www.poorgirleatswell.com

this is a FANTASTIC website for shopping guides and recipes for us poor girls (and guys!!)

'Chicken in Chipotle-Wild Mushroom Sauce (serves 4; total cost per serving: ~ $2.50)


2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut in half crosswise
1/2 12 oz. can chipotle peppers in adobo
4 oz. wild mushrooms (or crimini/portabello)
2 T heavy whipping cream
4 T olive oil, divided
1/3 - 1/2 c low sodium chicken broth
1 clove of garlic, minced
1/4 t ground cumin
Salt & pepper to taste
Cilantro sprigs for garnish


Remove all of the chipotle peppers and reserve as much of the adobo as possible in a medium bowl. Take about 1/2 the peppers and cut in half lengthwise. Remove as much of the veins and seeds as possible, and chop the peppers into 1/2" pieces. Add to the reserved adobo. Lightly season the chicken breasts on both sides with the salt, pepper, and cumin. Heat 2 T olive oil in a large skillet. Place the chicken breasts in the skillet and cook over medium high heat for about 3 minutes on each side. Remove from heat and set aside on a covered plate.


In the same skillet, heat the remaining olive oil and garlic over medium heat. Add the mushrooms with just a dash of salt & pepper, and sautee for about 2 minutes. Add the chipotle peppers and adobo and stir together. Remove about half of the mushroom & pepper mixture with its liquid, place in a blender or food processor, add the cream and 1/3 c chicken broth, and puree with a hand blender until smooth. In the meantime, return the chicken breasts to the skillet with the remaining chipotle peppers and mushrooms, cover, and allow to cook for about 4 more minutes, or until the chicken is no longer pink on the inside (but not dry).


Arrange your chicken breasts on a large dish. Spoon the mushroom & chipotle pepper mixture on top of the chicken, followed by a couple generous spoonfuls of the creamy sauce, garnish with a couple sprigs of cilantro, and enjoy!'

I wanna try this dish! It looks AMAZING! I love all her dishes so far though!

The movies

Many of us enjoy the movies. I know I do =)

But the movies have gotten expensive! Its $20 DOLLARS to go see a movie on the weekend for two people. Want something to nibble on? Try the over priced Treats that are available to top off your hunger and empty your wallet. For example, many candies you could get for a dollar at the gas station cost you at least 3 dollars at the theater.

But fear not, there are alternatives. Around Sacramento, Ca there's a movie theater in Sunrise mall that plays many of the big movies for just, get ready, 3 dollars a person. That's right. The catch is that these movies are available only after they have had their run in the more expensive theaters for some weeks, or so. But well worth it if there's something you want to see and have the patience to wait. Check your local area for cheap theaters and get ready to save.

If you don't want to wait, you can go to your local theater early in the day. Many shows are discounted to 6 dollars a person rather than 10 if the shows are before 6pm. That way it comes out to 12 dollars rather than 20 and you don't have to wait to watch a new movie. On top of that, you can easily avoid a crowded theater, since these deals are on weekdays when many folks are at work.

Now as for the food, this can be tricky. Most places do not allow outside food and drink in order to encourage you to purchase there items.If you tend to get thirsty, you could always ask for a courtesy water with little ice. Its small but its free! Now, if you don't mind breaking the rules, here's what you can do.

Pop your own pop corn at home, and seal it in a baggy or heck, bring the bag yourself. Make sure, you bring a backpack or bag to put the popcorn in. Then just eat when the lights go down. Cheap and delicious. Granted it won't be hot unless you put it in a thermal bag, but hey! Its free.

You can also do this with candy and drinks. Simple purchase your candy from a near by gas station, bring cans of cold soda in a bag (women are great at this with their large purses or messenger bags =p)and go right on in. Just make sure its a back pack, something inconspicuous.

Money has just disappeared

These few weeks will be the worst for myself. I'll be slim pickins for a while. Thanks food bank!
So I thought I would share my one favorite resource for media of all kinds
www.thepiratebay.org
This is a huge torrent collection site that has e-books, latest albums and such. The guys with their little skull marks next to them are trusted or vip pirates. They pay for the priviledge to do these things so technically it's not actual pirating, it's sharing!
I'm sorry but if your corperation makes billions of dollars a year I suddenly do not feel morally compelled to ad my last $20 that I could be spending on healthy food or other things that make me happy like fancy SOCKS!
A lot of you would view this as stealing, so if so I apologize. I don't especially in the case of E-books. Its like a library, and once I and all my friends have used the file for reading I send it back to the ether from which it came to make room for the next one! Eventually in times that are not lean or if I find used copies I buy them in any case cause I like hard copy.
They also have games. Bejewelled is so addictive!
I also read fan and original fiction online for free.
www.adultfanfiction.net (SO NOT WORK SAFE PEOPLE!)They also make you e-sig a thing that says you are of age.
www.mediaminer.org (Watch ratings some are not work safe here either)
www.fanfiction.net(ratings go up to r use your judgement here)
www.fictionpress.com this is the original works bucket for the members of fanfiction.net when they got to big an originals bucket to not host by itself. It also has some not work safe reading.
I am a member on all the sites above :D Yes as in actual writing!
I have had craigslist and ebay reccomended to me many times. I have fallen out of love with ebay and craigslist as well as they are both horrid about having things in my area. Pawn shops are cool though. I get my PS2 games there. You should try it. they often have used cd's as well and dvds and other goodies and are a good place to buy another piece of crap tv for less then retail when your old boob tube buddy finally dies. Second hand stores are also great!

Idea's for the Poor and Broke

This is from my main journal, but now i think i wanna start a community for these thoughts! :D Please post more idea's!

Library- Fantastic free fun! Odds are nomatter what your job is there is some time you can go. it may not be the most convenient, but unless your working 7-12's (7 days-12 hours each) you can prolly go. They have books (yay!!!), Videos (woots!) and internet, plus air conditioning for people like me with none. Oh, and most have magazines! I love to read real simple....

Park- Parks are awesome places to take that book you borrowed from said library, camp out unter a tree and read, or watch the neighborhood dogs fight. OR you can steal a frisby from the dogs and have a game of frolf before being eatin! Hey, we're poor right?

Used Bookstore- I love books btw. Used books are the BEST! First go through your closet and pull out that guide to god aunt jane gave you, the book of kittens grandma gave you and all those romance novels and baby sitters clubs from your geeky teen stage and load them up to the store. They will often give you store credit and my local one, i can get other books for 1/2 cash 1/2 sotre credit!!! :D Hello Cat who, Forgotten Realms and Salems Lot! and if their bad, trade them back in for store credit.

iTunes- Download hours of free postcasts and radio. also, everyweek they have free music! Some of us poor girls do have mp3 players, some dont, but either way its good stuff! (I like Adam Carrola, Wait Wait, CarTalk, New Fro Lake Wobegone, and Studio 360!)

Hulu- Free tv! Harder for those with slow interenet connections but still good!

Neopets- Hours and hours of free online evilness. i have wasted so much of my life with my kau....

Bike Trails- Do some hunting and find free parking! bike and walking trails are great, walk, bike and hike your pounds away while wasting time and boredome! Watch birds, watch bikers, plant cardboard cats on the bike trail and watch the fun insue! (Did i mention im evil?)

Farmers Market- Not free but low cost. I just got 6 lbs of PEACHES, juices, ripe, deliciose peaches for.... $3!!!!! XD Im makin a pie! (found a frozen crust for $2!!!)

Baking Cookies- Cheap and deliciose! give them to friends and be the best neighbor in town! Cookie cutters at the thrift store are often awesome and creepy and make the best cookies. just soak them in a bleach/water solution first and let sit out. i made headless ponies once and they were a hit!!

Coloring- You can bum paper from a friend, but a cheap sketchbook, or get a coloring book from the dollar tree. you would be amazed how good us adults feel after coloring in carebears and my little ponies. crayons are easily found in closets, couches, yardsales, thrift stores, dollar stores and i recently got some crayolas at WALMART for- 22 CENTS!!! Awesome! Scrap paper is great for venting frustration by drawing yourself as the hulk murdering the car that cut you off or drawing happy bunnies. your choice!! The internet is also a great place for finding printable coloring books and how to draw spiderman tutorials!

deviantart.com- Enjoy seeing art and photography? to poor to get to that art reception downtown? be deviant. Thumbnails are low resolution and load quickly for most computers and you can adjust the settings lower for slowest comps. join and you can Favorite peices so you can see them again later! Also upload your own picture of you being the hulk and killing the car that cut you off that we drew earlier! and its FREE.

Make Slime- You need cornstarch and water. may require buying cornstarch, or stealing moms or the roomates. add together and mix untill cake batter consistancey. its hours of fun- SLIME!! add food coloring for colors. throw it at the cat, drizzle on the table, its all good!

Used Music and Games- so if you have alittle money and want it to go far, this is awesome. I just got at Dimple a used copy of the Twister Soundtrack for... $1.99! and the same for the first Spiderman soundtrack! TO KEWL!!! Thrift stores are great for used games and Puzzles. Check though to make sure all the pieces are there. for games like 'Guess Who' you can have missing peices and make your own!! (is it a low life male that Bon used to date? Yes! Its that super villian!!!) thats awesome! If you have a game console thats OLD, like me, say an ATARI, NES, SUPER NES, N64, GAMEBOY COLOR- You can get games SUPER cheap, uber good deals! I recently saw Mario cart for $2!! Thats HOURS of fun! You can have a retro game night and play SNES monster truck rally, eat cheesy poofs and watch big trouble in little china! (sounds like a weekend at Izzys, eh?)

Cheep/Free Cosmetics and skin care (and parties!)- So, cosmetic companies will lick the ground you walk on to get product on your face. This is great for you, because this means SAMPLES and PARTIES!! Online, you can look up companies and they will often mail you samples of their products to try! Ya, you'll keep getting mailings, but you will anyway, right? For other companies like Mary Kay, Arbon and Avon you can host a party, which is EASY. just clean the bathroom and the living room, cram everything in the back room and shut the dog outside. Invite good friends, eat dollar tree chips and soda and have Mary Kay lady (preferably) come and give you all facials! :D its super nice, and fun, and a gift to your friends. so how do you get free junk? Invite your co-workers who maybe have some spending cash and alot of the time, if you tell the sales lady at the begining that you MUST have that Eyeshadow/lotion/mascara but are short on change, she may set it up so that when your coworker buys that product, you either get a MAJOR discount or get it FREE!! Thats right! its called a hostess Gift! Or you get something else, mystery prize! its awesome!!

Hope this Helps

so some ideas for us poor things. Post if you have better idea's!