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Cooking & Scoping Through Good Cheap Eats Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less

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Would you like to learn how to make your meals in 30 minutes or less? Want to find out if the newest Good Cheap Eats cookbook is worth your investment? Check it out on Periscope this month!

Cooking & Scoping Through Good Cheap Eats Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less

So, a couple months ago, I decided to take the Periscope plunge. I’d heard a lot about the app, but figured it was just a lot of bruhaha, another social media tool that I really didn’t need. But, for whatever reason, I jumped in and I’m so glad I did!

Scoping has been super fun! For about 6 weeks I limited most of my scoping to Life as Mom topics, but recently I tried out some kitchen demos and it worked out! (You can see past scopes and the scopes notes here.)

As you may have noticed in yesterday’s post, I’m also working on some YouTube videos as well. Periscope is helping me to hone my chops. Or whatever they say in Hollywood.

This month I’ll be cooking and “scoping” through my new cookbook, Good Cheap Eats Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less. Since we’re still waiting on a date to tent the house for termites, I don’t have plans to restock in a big way, but that’s okay. The recipes in this new cookbook are ideal for quick stops at the store.

No recipe has a huge list of ingredients, and one of my tricks to quick time frames was to use pre-measured ingredients (like an 8-ounce can of tomato sauce or 1 whole onion). The risk of huge leftover ingredients is limited.

Would you like to learn how to make your meals in 30 minutes or less? Want to find out if the newest Good Cheap Eats cookbook is worth your investment? Check it out on Periscope this month!

I’ll be talking about tips for quick fixes, telling the back story to recipes, or demonstrating how to make the dishes in the book.

You can follow me on the Periscope app or catch up on replays here on my scope notes page.

If you’ve got a specific question about something in the book, leave it here and I’ll include it in the discussion.

 

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  1. Yay! I have all your books, and this sounds like fun

  2. This sounds like a lot of fun! I have this cookbook (its one of my favorites!) and it will be interesting to see you work through it! Great idea!

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