Free Chick Fil A in So California

If you live in Southern California, make a plan to eat at Chick-Fil-A on Fridays in March and save your receipt! Bring that receipt back anytime during the month of March and you can get the same order for FREE! It’s like getting your food for 1/2 price each time. I recommend the Chicken Strips […]

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Gluten-Free Flours: A Guest Post

Photo source: Kevin Lallier Today’s post is written by Linda, The Gluten-Free Homemaker. Gluten-free diets are becoming more and more common, and so gluten-free flours certainly have a place in many pantries. Since I’m not an expert, I jumped at the chance for Linda to address this topic. As it turns out, we can all […]

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Frugal Pantry Giveaways Close on Friday Night

Just a quick reminder that I’ve got giveaways ending Friday night. If you haven’t done so already, check out these great products up for grabs. ** a beautiful reusable shopping bag from Envirosax ** a collection of Super Spices from McCormick ** a $25 gift certificate from Albertsons Want the dish on delicious ways to […]

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Good Cheap Eats are Possible in CA

There’s this attitude out there that one must be rich to live in California or that one certainly can’t save money and reside in the Golden State. However, being born and raised here and then having lived in the MidWest for five years, I can attest to the fact that frugality and California really are […]

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5-Grain Pancakes with Flax: A Guest Post

Katie is one of my favorite food bloggers. Her pictures make me smile every time. Doesn’t that look good?! She has taught me so much about food photography — as well as design. It was she who designed Good (and Cheap) Eats. I’m blessed by her friendship.┬áToday she shares a delicious and healthy pancake mix […]

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Good Eating with the Entertainment Book

Our family loves to eat out. It’s an event in some respects. The kids love it so much, they are usually exceptionally well behaved. They’re gluttons foodies like their parents. One of the ways that we’ve been able to swing frequent eating out is to use restaurant coupons, like those that are available in the Entertainment […]

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What Can You Make with Flour?

Photo Source: The Finer Things in Life There is virtually no end to the things that you can make with flour. It often boils down to: Will you take a few extra minutes and make this from scratch instead of buying the expensive, processed, premade item? Consider the delicious possibilities: Caramel-Pecan Cinnamon Rolls from The […]

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New Coupons to Print

Today starts a new month and as such, printable coupons have been reset. And how convenient that during Flour Week there’s a coupon for $.75 off Gold Medal Flour! Other coupons I printed: $1 off YoPlus yogurt$.55 off large container Yoplait yogurt$1.50 off Kashi TLC Bars$1 off any McCann’s Irish Oatmeal product If you’re just […]

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Build a Frugal Pantry with Flour

Baking from scratch can save a lot of money. Learn why you should stock flours in your pantry. One of the biggest ways that we save money around here is baking from scratch. I’ve received a fair amount of chiding for that over the years. Friends would mock my Suzie Homemaker practices. But, honestly? Baked […]

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Win Good Cheap Eats with Swagbucks

In case you haven’t heard there is a search engine site that rewards you with prizes. It’s called SwagBucks. When you use SwagBucks to search the web, you are randomly awarded points that when accrued can get you some fun, free prizes, like gift certificates to Starbucks, Restaurant.com, and Amazon. Over the past year or […]

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