Frugal Pantry Officially Built

Want the dish on delicious ways to act your wage? Subscribe to GCE in a reader or via email or follow me on Facebook or twitter. Well, that’s a wrap, folks. We’ve hit the end of a three-month long series. I am amazed that I survived it went so well. If you missed some of […]

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Cinnamon Roasted Almonds, Pecans, or Walnuts – A Guest Post

A Guest Post from Amy of Simply Sugar and Gluten Free -  I was glad to see that Jessica included nuts in her Frugal Pantry series. Yes, they can be expensive but using them creatively can stretch your dollar. Nuts are a staple in my daily diet. I keep whole and sliced almonds, pecans, cashews, and […]

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Ultimate Recipe Swap Today at LifeasMOM

Pop over to LifeasMOM and check out a great roundup of recipes including nuts and seeds! Want the dish on delicious ways to act your wage? Subscribe to GCE in a reader or via email.

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Add Some Crunch to Salads

Our family is a salad family. My kids devour Caesar Salad as well ChiChi’s Italian Salad. And my husband and I can easily polish off a batch of Broccoli Slaw all by ourselves. One thing that we love in salads is a little bit of crunch. Croutons are a great way to add crunch. However, […]

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What Can You Make with Nuts and Seeds?

Ready to be wowed?! This week’s roundup is full of recipes you’re bound to go nuts over. Peanut Butter Baked Oatmeal from Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures Curried Chicken Salad with Sunflower Seeds from Good Life Eats Gluten-Free Granola Bars from the Gluten-Free Homemaker Maple-Glazed Steak Salad with Blue Cheese and Walnuts from Food For My Family […]

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Build a Frugal Pantry with Nuts and Seeds

Photo Source: steffenz This is our last week of building a frugal pantry. I hope that you’ve been encouraged to stockpile healthy ingredients that will make yours a “go-to pantry” for great meals. Last, but certainly not least in the lineup are nuts and seeds. Nuts are incredibly healthy for you, despite the fat scare […]

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June Freezer Cooking Days

I’m thinking that most Good.Cheap.Eats readers also follow along at LifeasMOM. But, if you don’t, I wanted to invite you to join me in June Freezer Cooking Days. Should prove to be a very productive week as I fill our freezer with meals — and parts of meals — to enjoy later. Come and join […]

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Tomato Pie: A Guest Post

A Guest Post from Myra of My Blessed Life Do those two words together scare you? Tomato pie? Really? Never fear! Tomato Pie is amazing! You will be addicted after the first bite. Our family loves this dish especially in the spring and summer when fresh tomatoes are at their prime. Vine ripened tomatoes are […]

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Oven Roasted Tomatoes

Roasting vegetables is a wonderful way to add more flavor to them. I shared how to roast chiles last week. This week, we’re oven roasting tomatoes. In the past I have used a dehydrator to “sundry” tomatoes, especially when we had an excess of the garden variety. It was a great way to make use […]

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Tomato Varieties and a Pasta Salad Recipe: A Guest Post

A Guest Post from Liz of Hoosier Homemade There are hundreds of Tomato Varieties, some are good for salads, others are best for making sauces, and some are simply great with a little salt and pepper on them. I’ve selected a few of the varieties to share with you. Cherry or Grape Tomatoes: These are […]

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