Top Good Cheap Eats of 2010

Thanks for checking in here at Good Cheap Eats! It’s been a fun ride this past year — a pantry challenge, building a frugal pantry together, seeing what’s on our plates, and now writing a cookbook. Whoo hoo! Thanks for coming along with me!

I look forward to more great times next year as we explore “delicious ways to act our wage!”

In the meantime, revisit the top posts of 2010. Delish!

Build a Frugal Pantry – a 12 week series explaining how a variety of frugal ingredients can help you create multiple meals that keep you under budget.

Make Your Own Baking Mixes – a simple technique for creating custom baking mixes quickly, easily, and economically

Cheddar Coins – a delicious and nutritious alternative to store bought cheese crackers

Garlic Focaccia – a gourmet, but oh-so budget-friendly addition to your dinner table

Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy – a go-to freezer meal that the whole family will love

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  1. Everything I have made that you share the recipe for turns out fabulous but that Garlic Foccacia is a MUST try!!! I have been a slacker lately but after the New Year, I plan to make tons of dough and freeze for future use. So delicious and my entire family loves it too. Children, even my pickest eater, love it!

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