Money-Saving Food Blog

Saving money and getting out of debt does NOT mean you have to skimp on food! Restaurant meals are expensive – it is not hard to cook great, restaurant-quality meals at home with ingredients that are readily available at your local supermarket, warehouse club, or your own garden. Let me show you how to cook great food and save money!!

Grocery Store Money Saving Hacks

I wrote about how to save money at the grocery store early on in my blogging career. My tips were pretty good but since that time I’ve learned a great deal more about saving money in the grocery store. I thought it would be worthwhile to revisit the subject so here...

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My Starter Vegetable Garden

    I hope you enjoyed Part 1 and Part 2 of Starting a Vegetable Garden Cheaply and Easily from Dawn Smith with Crazy Organic Mama. I don’t know about you, but I certainly learned a lot about how to get a garden started from seed. Growing my own vegetables...

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Shopping the Pantry – Homemade Bean Soup

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien   One of my favorite ways of saving on my food budget is to “shop the pantry”. What do I have on hand that will make a great meal? One recent Saturday...

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Christmas Party Appetizers

“We elves like to stick to the 4 main food groups-candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup!” Elf, the movie Earlier this week I published a post with some wonderful Christmas cocktails. I promise you that is NOT all we will be having before our holiday meal! I don’t...

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Ideas for Thanksgiving Leftovers

If your Thanksgiving dinner is anything like mine, you cook enough food to feed an army but you are only serving 6 people! Leftovers abound, and far be it from me to bypass an opportunity to turn already cooked food into another fabulous meal!

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Eat at Home-Copy Cat Restaurant Meals

"People copy people they look up to, and good products inspire copycats." Innocent Mwatsikesimbe One of the most inspiring books I've ever heard about is a book called, "Steal Like an Artist" by Austin Kleon. The premise of the book is to take ideas from things you...

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