Favorite Bread Baking Tools

Favorite Bread Baking Tools - Want to bake more? A few great baking tools can help you by making the process easier and a lot more fun.

Want to bake more? A few great baking tools can help you by making the process easier and a lot more fun. As I type, the raisin bread that FishChick7 and I made earlier is baking in the bread machine. I haven’t BAKED in the bread machine in quite some time. I typically use it […]

Stocking Your Pantry for Flu & Cold Season

Stocking Your Pantry for Flu and Cold Season - Be prepared for flu and cold season by stocking your pantry with comfort and healing. Grab the printable list of supplies.

Be prepared for flu and cold season by stocking your pantry with comfort and healing. The irony is not lost on me: during the Pantry Challenge, we ate up our supply of saltine crackers, frozen orange juice, and chicken broth. And then five kids and I came down with the Head Cold of the Century. […]

Learn to Like Cooking

Learn to Like Cooking - If you don

If you don’t love to cook, I’ll help you troubleshoot why. A daily necessity doesn’t need to be drudgery. This post does include affiliate links. If you make a purchase through those links, I am paid a small amount in way of advertising fees. Your price does not change, but your purchase indirectly helps support […]

11 Ways to Use Up Leftovers

Ways to Use Up Leftovers - Easy recipe ideas to use the leftovers in your fridge, reducing waste, and enjoying more great meals.

One of the things that we get really practiced at during a down financial month or during a pantry challenge is eating up leftovers. It’s one way to fill the tummy without having to cook or spend money. I consider leftovers “free” in a sense, since the ingredients were originally destined for another meal and […]

Preparing for a Pantry Challenge

Preparing for a Pantry Challenge - tips and tricks for making a pantry challenge successful.

A Pantry Challenge is an excellent time to accomplish a number of great things for your kitchen as well as your pocketbook. This is the month for the Pantry Challenge. Every January and July here at Good Cheap Eats, we take some time to focus on our food storage, use it up and set some […]

Bread Machine + Cookbook = the Best Gift Ever

Bread Machine + Cookbook = the Best Gift Ever

Disclosure: If you make a purchase through the affiliate links in this post, I do receive a small percentage of the sale in advertising fees. Your price is not affected, but the purchase through these links helps to support this site. Thank you! One of the best Christmas presents I ever received was from my […]

What to Do with the Turkey Bones? Make Stock

What to Do with Turkey Bones? Make Stock

Making a homemade stock is one of the most economical things you can do. Essentially, you’re getting all the flavor you possibly can from something you might otherwise chuck. Stock is also one of the easiest culinary feats you can pull off. And yet, the resulting turkey or chicken stock adds rich flavor to soups, […]

Tips for Cooking a Turkey

Tips for Cooking a Turkey Good Cheap Eats

Cooking a turkey is something that has become what of a sacred act for Americans every November. One might never cook a turkey any other time of the year, but come what may, turkey must be served on Thanksgiving Day. Cooking Methods How to Cook a Turkey – Is it your first time cooking a […]

Want to Save Time in the Kitchen?

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Wondering how you can save time in the kitchen? Check out the last month of Kitchen Time Savers over at Life as MOM. Yesterday I shared the recap of the 31 Days of DIY Convenience Foods here on Good Cheap Eats. Meanwhile over on Life as MOM, I’ve been talking time saving. Hop on over […]

All the Kitchens I’ve Loved Before

All the Kitchens I Have Loved | Good Cheap Eats

The following content is sponsored by Sears. All opinions are my own. They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. I would tend to agree. It’s certainly the most lived-in room of our house. It sees the most action. And it probably sees the most joy. It’s here where we cook, where we […]