Homemade Chicken n’ Noodles

Several months ago, Walmart asked me to come up with some meal solutions that would use only three ingredients. My Homemade Chicken n’ Noodles came to mind right away. While I typically use more than three ingredients, you can certainly adapt the recipe to use only three…Chicken, Noodles and Cream of Chicken Soup. We shot […]

Time Saving Kitchen Tips

A few months ago, I had the privilege of reviewing Feast in 15 from Eat at Home. Tiffany also wrote a guest post sharing several of her Time Saving Kitchen Tips, I loved her tips and thought you would too. Time Saving Kitchen Tips: Measure a tablespoon and teaspoon into the palm of your hand. Now […]

How to Freeze Hamburger

Sometimes life just gets away from us, time speeds by and we forget to take meat out the of freezer. I know, it happens to me all the time. A little short cut that I learned years ago, is to cook and freeze hamburger. Cook the hamburger or ground beef in a skillet like you […]

Stocking the Freezer

Although we don’t have a garden this year, we have had our fair share of fresh vegetables and fruit. I think the folks at the Farmers Market are beginning to recognize us. Going to the market to get inspired by the variety of fresh fruit and veggies has become one of Doug and my favorite […]

Easy BLT Pie

A Bacon-Lettuce-Tomato Sandwich is one of the first sandwiches I learned to make while growing up, and this has remained one of our family’s favorites. There is something about the combination of the crisp lettuce, a perfectly ripe tomato and the crunch of bacon that has made the BLT Sandwich a go to recipe in almost […]

Cut your grocery budget with a Price Book

One of the best ways to cut your grocery budget is to do price comparisons. Typically this would take a long time to do every week, but if you have a price book, it’s pretty easy. When I first started my price book, years ago, I found a printable page over at MomAdvice. I printed […]

Roasting Chicken: Saving Time and Money

One of the most economical sources of protein for your family is chicken. While most meats will run you $2.50 per pound or more you can readily find chicken for less than $2.00 per pound. We are always on the lookout for deals at our local supermarket, especially when it comes to buying meat. We […]

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