From recessionary-themed dinner parties to “recessipes,” we’re all feeling the crunch. And I’m not talking about the sound of my hand diving into a bag of potato chips. Tough economic times means even tighter budgets, and I’ve found that shopping what’s in season is the number one way to cut costs. In addition to being cheaper, picking seasonal produce ensures the freshest of ingredients that are at their peak in nutritional value. Bright green-tipped asparagus have begun popping up at my local farmer’s markets, so I’m using the vitamin rich ingredient as a vegetable stuffing. Pairing the asparagus with a creamy goat cheese spread adds flavor without adding excess costs, or unwanted fat calories, to your budget and to your waistline.
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Asparagus & Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken