Looking to cut your food costs? Consider these “rules” for saving money on food. So, you wanna save some money on groceries, do ya? Well, lucky for you, it’s really not that difficult. You don’t need to clip coupons — though they can help the right situation — and you don’t need to worry that you’ll […]
I love it when I find real food ingredients that are convenient and cheap! This is part of my Real Food We Love series. It is not a sponsored post. Years ago I started making my own applesauce in the slow cooker. It was so tasty and cheaper than what I could buy in a jar. In those days […]
One thing that relieves my fears about using raw eggs is to use pasteurized eggs, like Davidson’s Safe Eggs, when I make homemade mayonnaise or chocolate mousse.
This is part of my Real Food We Love series. It is not a sponsored post. Until this month, I’m not sure I had ever purchased prepared guacamole. I’m sure I’ve eaten. Typically I can find avocados pretty cheaply here in California (between $0.59 and a dollar, usually), so I make my own guacamole. Lately, […]
While I think we should keep our sugar consumption in check, I love the flavor and healthfulness of Florida Crystals Organic Sweeteners.
I love to find whole food products, just plain old ingredients, that taste great and fit the budget. This White Popcorn from Bob’s Red Mill is one of them.
I love it when I can find real food in a convenient form. This Hatch Valley Salsa from Trader Joe’s is pretty amazing.
The Grocery Geek report is where I share how we shop on a budget to feed 8 people, aged 6 to 51. On Sunday when my husband and I and three kids braved the confines of Costco, I had no idea that I would come down with the flu. It’s actually probably where I got […]
The Grocery Geek series is where I share my shops and how I feed a family of eight on a budget. Wow! We’re two weeks into the month and I haven’t given a report on my groceries. Sorry about that. We’ve been busy. Last week was full of sickness and doctor’s appointments. Except for the […]