Build a Frugal Pantry with Leaveners

Want the dish on delicious ways to act your wage? Subscribe to GCE in a reader or via email. Photo Source: Mel B We’ve already established that baking from scratch is an excellent way for you to save money and eat well. Flour is, obviously, a necessary ingredient, but so is a leavening agent of […]

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Can You Be A Foodie and Still Be Frugal?

By now you all know Katie, guest blogger extraordinaire who has shared her pancake mix and her stuffed pepper recipes lately. She’s been such an encouragement to me and the growth of this little blog. Do you remember what my food pictures looked like a year ago? Her coaching has helped me grow in food […]

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Simple Hard Cooked Eggs

Photo source: Incredible Egg One of our favorite ways to enjoy eggs is hard cooked. Contrary to popular belief, the best eggs are hard cooked, not hard boiled. Boiling eggs or even leaving them in the water too long will make the whites rubbery and the yolks start to green. They’re not bad for you. […]

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Bacon and Spinach Quiche

Quiche is one of my favorite egg dishes. Granted, it feels a little decadent with the pie crust and all. But, it’s sooooo yummy! Years ago a friend of my mom’s introduced us to quiche. (I hadn’t yet made it to France.) In 1982 it was kind of a novelty. Her recipe was so easy, […]

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Sausage and Cheese Frittata: A Guest Post

Lynn and I have “known” each other for almost two years. She was one of the first LifeasMOM readers which I think is super cool, especially as she wasn’t related to me. Last month we had the chance to meet in real life and be roommates at a conference. So fun to talk food in […]

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What Can You Make with Eggs?

Eggs are a wonderful protein to work with. They can be served any time of the day, even if you’re having “breakfast for dinner.” Searching for a new Egg Dish to try? Look no further! Triple Cheese Italian Sausage Frittata from GoodLife{Eats} – packed with flavor, this would be a beautiful addition to any meal: […]

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Build a Frugal Pantry with Eggs

Photo source: Woodleywonderworks Eggs are a fantastic asset to any pantry. I say, pantry, but, really I mean “food storage” as eggs must always be refrigerated. However, they are a “must have” in the kitchen. Eggs are an incredible source of protein. You can serve them hard boiled in sandwiches, salads, and on their own. […]

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Make Your Pantry Work for YOU!

An important part to building a frugal pantry is to build it in such a way that it serves you and your family. After all, it’s not a good deal if it just sits on the shelf! Check out my recent post at Organizing Your Way about how to make your pantry work for you! Want the dish […]

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Prepare an Irish Feast

We love food at our house. My kids are all gluttons, I mean, foodies, like myself. One of their favorite hobbies is sampling exotic foods at the grocery store or club market chain. Recently, I was asked to return to the back of the store after our shopping was done so that we could see […]

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Start the Couponing Adventure!

Many of your comments on the Kroger giveaway expressed a desire to learn how to coupon. I’m no expert, but couponing has saved us a bundle of cash over the past few years. Check out today’s post on Life as MOM that shares how you can get started. Want the dish on delicious ways to […]

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