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Finding Good Cheap Eats: The Beginning

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Ready to save some money and eat great meals? You will find everything you need to know here at Good Cheap Eats, from meal planning to savvy shopping to eating down the pantry. Join thousands of people who’ve decided to eat well, spend less, and enjoy time at the table a whole lot more. Become […]

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Potato Nachos

Potato Nachos

We love southwest flavors at our house. In fact, we probably eat more Mexican style food than any other flavor profile. Not everything is “authentic,” but typically it’s delicious. Homemade pico de gallo is a staple in our fridge. Necessity is the mother of invention, particularly when it comes to dinnertime. Recently I found myself […]

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Fresh Basil and Garlic Chive Lasagne

Fresh Chive and Basil Lasagne

This delicious make ahead beef lasagne is flavored with fresh basil and garlic chives. It comes together easily and is freezer-friendly.

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A Review of Abundant Harvest Organics

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Last year, I tried out a local CSA, or community supported agriculture, membership. We did it for about a month. At the end we concluded that it wasn’t the right fit for us. We found that there were a lot of vegetables we didn’t normally use and that the price was a little steep for […]

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Potatoes Alfredo — LifeasMOM.com

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Ultimate Recipe Swap is going on over at my other blog, LifeasMOM. This week we’re sharing favorite side dishes. My contribution? Potatoes Alfredo. All the goodness of alfredo sauce married with yukon golds. Delish! Come join the party!

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Chile Cheese Bake

Chili Cheese Bake

Poblano Chile Enchildas are one of our favorite meals. But they are a little time intensive. Recently, I had roasted a batch of beautiful poblano chiles but ran out of steam to make enchiladas. So, I cheated. I chopped the chiles, chopped some corn tortillas, and mixed those up with the shredded cheese, sour cream, […]

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Baked Pears with Ginger Crumble

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A few weeks ago Joy the Baker shared these beautiful peach cobblers. She rocks when it comes to putting beautiful things on a plate. And she always has such great ideas! Since I didn’t have peaches, and quite honestly, don’t like cooked peaches, I decided to make something different. Baked Pears! Henry’s had organic pears […]

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Cilantro Shrimp Pasta

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The other night I was looking for a dish that was light and refreshing. And preferably one that was going to supplement some of the vitamins and minerals I seem to be deficient of. Shrimp, a source of vitamin D, sounded great and I had plenty of fresh cilantro to experiment with. While some of […]

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Asian Composed Salad

Asian Composed Salad

One of our family’s favorite meals is an Asian-flavored Chicken Salad, that throw back to the nineties that was so very popular. It seems every restaurant had a version of an Asian Chicken Salad. And now, it seems like every restaurant still does. These are flavors that have found a place in our hearts. And […]

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I’m Here, Really: Updates from FishMama’s Kitchen

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You may have noticed that I’ve been a little quiet lately. Time is just slipping away from me! The last month has just flown by. But, I’m here — and I’ve got all kinds of recipes just waiting to be posted. This past week, I had my first complete physical — ever. You know, full […]

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